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.....what I might have to sell my SD for - This thing looks like a fucking blast


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.....what I might have to sell my SD for - This thing looks like a fucking blast

+1 I like the looks of this. I wonder what the outrageous price will be? If it's under 10K I might consider it.
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Where can I get those rims?!
I like how the factory is doing the rim stripe now too

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Marchesini 10-spokes? Anywhere.


The SM990R does look all kinds of badass.

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The SM990R does look all kinds of badass.
Did you sell your SD?

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Quite sadly, yes.

Tuition, books, ring, wedding....the shit adds up.

Having all that cash tied up in a bike I used for 97% commuting and the occasional twisty ride just didn't make sense, from a logical standpoint. Still was bummed when the truck came to take it away.

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I've said it before and I'll say it again.


Get that Supermoto Style Standard out of here.



Now that I got that out of the way. I love the way that looks!!!!

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Get that Supermoto Style Standard out of here.



Now that I got that out of the way. I love the way that looks!!!!
So you think that if all the "street legal accessories" were removed, it could not run in Sumo? - Too Big? - Too Heavy? - Inquiring Minds want to know

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So you think that if all the "street legal accessories" were removed, it could not run in Sumo? - Too Big? - Too Heavy? - Inquiring Minds want to know
I know nothing about SuMo but why would you want to run that bike competitively when you could just buy a decked out 510SM or comparable for 1/3 of the price?

That KTM is art and IMHO should not be subjected to the rigors of racing.

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Way to big and heavy. It would be interesting to see someone jump it though.
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That KTM is art and IMHO should not be subjected to the rigors of racing.
KTM's roots are just that Bro, racing

Joe - With the exhaust and shit removed you could get this down to about 400lbs - What is an avg Husky/KTM Sumo weigh? - Is the weight of the 2nd Cyn just too much?

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Joe - With the exhaust and shit removed you could get this down to about 400lbs - What is an avg Husky/KTM Sumo weigh? - Is the weight of the 2nd Cyn just too much?
No, I follow that and know it's going to be capable on the track but it's like racing a Desmosedici in an amateur circuit, it'll probably kick ass, but if a $8,000 GSXR-1000 track bike will do 95% of the RR's capabilities, why risk hurting such a pretty bike?

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No, I follow that and know it's going to be capable on the track but it's like racing a Desmosedici in an amateur circuit, it'll probably kick ass, but if a $8,000 GSXR-1000 track bike will do 95% of the RR's capabilities, why risk hurting such a pretty bike?
Its actually not an accurate comparison. More like racing a goldwing in MotoGp. Yeah it will get around the track but your not gonna be competitive.

My 04 Husky is considered heavy at a dry weight of 240 lbs. With street gear.

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Joe - With the exhaust and shit removed you could get this down to about 400lbs - What is an avg Husky/KTM Sumo weigh? - Is the weight of the 2nd Cyn just too much?
Yep it would be a handful on a supermoto track, but it would be fun on a road racing track. I think the top speed when we were reaching at norway was like 70-90 on the back straight depending on rider/skill level, which isn't even going to touch the power on that thing. It would be a great commuter though.
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Yep it would be a handful on a supermoto track, but it would be fun on a road racing track. I think the top speed when we were reaching at norway was like 70-90 on the back straight depending on rider/skill level, which isn't even going to touch the power on that thing. It would be a great commuter though.
So that means I was probably going 60 on the back straight at Norway.

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You had a big old smile on your face after you rode my fat euro pig around in the dirt. You are just scared you'll like it.

I'm dying to hit some pavement! We need to go to ride some parking lots or something, I'll bring the cones.

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My 04 Husky is considered heavy at a dry weight of 240 lbs. With street gear.
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With the exhaust and shit removed you could get this down to about 400lbs - What is an avg Husky/KTM Sumo weigh?
about 1/2 of that
I think the claimed weight on my 450smr was 230 something. it made the 300lb drz feel super heavy by comparison.



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I'm dying to hit some pavement! We need to go to ride some parking lots or something, I'll bring the cones.
you guys should have come to TN/NC/GA with us.
I put in about 800 miles on the drz in two days. and my ass still hurts.
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you guys should have come to TN/NC/GA with us.
I put in about 800 miles on the drz in two days. and my ass still hurts.
I would have had to do 5 oil changes and 2 valve adjustments in that time.

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I would have had to do 5 oil changes and 2 valve adjustments in that time.
Without even knowing shit about shit when it comes to Sumo, that did make me laugh

Sidebar, I did hesitate posting this in this Forum and had it under "Sportbikes" but would have got flamed since it says Supermoto in the bike name - Alas, would rather take the lumps from those who know here than those who don't out there - Make sense?

Word - I am stir crazy with this rain and no job - Argh - More porn and a towel

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Sidebar, I did hesitate posting this in this Forum and had it under "Sportbikes" but would have got flamed since it says Supermoto in the bike name - Alas, would rather take the lumps from those who know here than those who don't out there - Make sense?

Word - I am stir crazy with this rain and no job - Argh - More porn and a towel
Its ok homes. I totally understand, it makes sense. Plus the brother hood of the sumo is a strong attraction.

I'm sitting at work bored out of my mind also.

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Its ok homes. I totally understand, it makes sense. Plus the brother hood of the sumo is a strong attraction.

I'm sitting at work bored out of my mind also.
It is the internet and I Dig said Brotherhood - One in wish I hope to belong someday

Just hung up with Corse (thats right, no job and talking about buying bikes, I's smart like dat) and this was not even "mentioned" two weeks ago at the KTM Dealer Rally - Not even sure if we will see them stateside and no idea of price

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I would have had to do 5 oil changes and 2 valve adjustments in that time.
but it would have been worth it!
I kept thinking about what a real motard could do to those roads (and the silly cruisers and SS bikes that get in the way). not that the drz did horrible, but I had to put my feet down and Fred Flinstone it for a little extra oomph going up some of the mountains


Bug, hear me know and believe me later: The 690 Duke is THE bike to have for everything but true SM racing and cross country trips. comfy seat, good power, great brakes/suspension, around 300 lbs, you can ride it knee out or foot down.... if I had $9.5k to burn I'd own one right now.
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Just hung up with Corse (thats right, no job and talking about buying bikes, I's smart like dat) and this was not even "mentioned" two weeks ago at the KTM Dealer Rally - Not even sure if we will see them stateside and no idea of price
You got an awsome street bike already. Buy a real supermoto bike to add to the fleet. DRZ for cheap, or KTM/Husky/Berg/Aprilla for .

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