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Sweet mother of God I want it!


Edit: But Tony says I'm on Yamaha Suspension.

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You forgot about the 3yr suspension from purchasing Jap bikes, due to your mutiny and treason when you sold your Yamaha to buy a Euro bike.

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You forgot about the 3yr suspension from purchasing Jap bikes, due to your mutiny and treason when you sold your Yamaha to buy a Euro bike.

Just ask Bill what happened to him by jumping ship, 1 purchase of 250lbs of Euro Orange paper weight. He could of gotten more use out of a real purchase of 250lbs of florida oranges
Yeah I don't know what I was thinking. Like I need another bike to go slow on when I'm slow enough on the one I have. I still don't know how I got a bigger motor and ended up going slower.

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Yeah I don't know what I was thinking. Like I need another bike to go slow on when I'm slow enough on the one I have. I still don't know how I got a bigger motor and ended up going slower.
You need to go out and ride more Bro, Now youre sounding like Joe!

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NOOOOOOOOOO!!!! Never!

I know I need to ride more but this is my MO. I'm all excited in the spring and early summer then my enthusiasm tapers down in August and come Oct. I don't want to ride and want to sell everything I have. I think a lot has to do with working at a shop. By August I'm burnt out of motorcycles seeing them almost 24/7. I need to get another job.

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very nice, but it's not really a production prototype is it?
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NOOOOOOOOOO!!!! Never!

I know I need to ride more but this is my MO. I'm all excited in the spring and early summer then my enthusiasm tapers down in August and come Oct. I don't want to ride and want to sell everything I have. I think a lot has to do with working at a shop. By August I'm burnt out of motorcycles seeing them almost 24/7. I need to get another job.
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You know for a hard core Right Wing Conservative you sure do Gay up every thread.

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that's Tony, always quick with a sodomy reference
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very nice, but it's not really a production prototype is it?
in europe it will be in 2010....
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Nice ride, but we'll never see it here.
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can't blame the manufacturers for that

you can still find brand new 2006 KTM SMRs in dealer warehouses
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Bill you should buy another one to blow up.
if I could spare the money for a race bike I'd buy another in a heartbeat. best bike I've ever ridden by far.
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Oh man I want one

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Man that thing is sweet looking, Hopefully it doesn't weigh 400 pounds.

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Man that thing is sweet looking, Hopefully it doesn't weigh 400 pounds.
the 09 yz450 weighs 238, so they'd have to add a whole lot of shit to get to 400

the more I look at those pics, the less I believe it's something that came off the yamaha drawing board.

why would yamaha debut a production prototype at a vendor's display?

and it has marchesini wheels, which I don't even think are allowed in the Euro championship. no way they'd put those on a bike meant for the euro race sumo market.

I hope there's a race ready and/or street 450 coming down the pipe from yamaha, but I don't think that's it. my guess is that's just a show bike, built by a company along the lines of Pro Circuit or Graves to showcase hardware.
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sweet mother of god that thing is fawkin saweeeet!!! that silver seat has got to go though.
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You forgot about the 3yr suspension from purchasing Jap bikes, due to your mutiny and treason when you sold your Yamaha to buy a Euro bike.

Just ask Bill what happened to him by jumping ship, 1 purchase of 250lbs of Euro Orange paper weight. He could of gotten more use out of a real purchase of 250lbs of florida oranges
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Man tony, i dont even recognize it with those dirt wheels, totally different animal. So " How many kicks does it take to get Geos old yz started now"?

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Get at me summer of '09, I'll be switching things up by then

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the 09 yz450 weighs 238, so they'd have to add a whole lot of shit to get to 400
The bike in the pic is sweet looking
was exaggerating about 400 but not about it being overweight by the time it gets to production.

The current Yamaha wr250x is just under 300 pounds wet unless you get a CA model then its 301

I don't know how they did it, maybe some really heavy turnsignals

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Man tony, i dont even recognize it with those dirt wheels, totally different animal. So " How many kicks does it take to get Geos old yz started now"?
Cold= 1st kick
Boiling hot stalled in the woods= 3 or 4 before i remember to hit the hot start, then one kick LOL

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