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post #1 of 50 (permalink) Old 06-03-2005, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
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Mladin GSXR1000 STOLEN IN SCHAUMBURG!!!!!

Well this morning my woman found an empty space in my LOCKED apartment garage where my 2004 Mladin GSXR1K used to sit. It probably happened in the time frame of 1:00pm 6/2 - 8:45am 6/3. The bike only had 670 miles on it and a semi flat rear tire. It had a plug in it. Anyway it was stolen from the area near Algonquin Rd and where Rt 53 passes over. If you see it at streets or anywhere, please call the cops. If I see you (whom ever took it), you can be sure that I will NOT call the cops. I will BEAT the living shit out of you!! I promise. If I ever find out who did this it will be a sad day for your family. Pussies!!! Here is the vin#

JS1GT75A842106555
2004 gsx-R 1000
Plate # AS 6430
The pics are from last sunday and thats exactly how the bike should look.

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post #2 of 50 (permalink) Old 06-03-2005, 11:44 AM
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sorry to here that dude.. i live in the area, i will keep an eye out for it.

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That sucks! I feel for ya! I always watch for these (I have never seen another one on the road), so if I see one, I will follow and check Vin #.........

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On a side note: How come one side has all the correctly placed stickers, and the other side doesnt? Was it in a wreck?

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No, I had to put them on myself because chicago cycle wouldnt so I got creative and did it the way I liked. I appreicate the looking out for it, but promise me if anyone sees who is on it they will beat the FUCK out of them.
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I wont go to jail for ya bro, but I will follow em til the police arrive! I'm a decent rider, I dont think they would shake me on public roads.

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Wouldny it be awesome if this theif showed up at strats one night I'll be watching out for it.




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I'm sorry to hear about the bike. What a bunch of F'd up sh*t.
I tell ya what as a fellow clsb member, I'll help you beat the shit out of the asshole (not that you'd need any help..) that can't go buy his own damn bike and feels the need to sticky finger someone else's.
So do me a favor, after you find this prick, beat the shit out of him, call me up so I can come over and continue with the can of asswhoop.
Only reason I feel this way is because some prick stoled my car once.....cops found it.......wrecked

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Wouldny it be awesome if this theif showed up at strats one night I'll be watching out for it.
for everybody but the unlucky son of a bith that is riding it

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That really sucks, hope you get it back. Check ebay out every once in a while, you may see your bike, or atleast peices of it on there.

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Don't you guys think that any good thief would be parting it out or changing the vin right away? Who the hell is going to steal a bike and then go ride it around with a hot vin, looking exactly how it did when they took it? Good luck, but it's probably being stripped right now... probably some fool who wrecked his own gixxer 1k and wanted a new one to put his vin on, change the body work a little and bam.. new bike for the thief.

If you keep it locked in a garage though, that is scary. How did the thief get inside? There might be some chance he left fingerprints.. very longshot, but the police can dust for em.. might work if it's obvious where he came in through, if it was a forced entry they know right where to look for prints. Someone who also watches you come and know - in order to know what is inside of that garage, and know when it's there. Could even be some bastard living in your complex who did it, or phoned in to the thief to let him know it was there for the taking. Sounds shitty - hope insurance covers it fully!
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They dusted for prints on my car and my womans cars too....nothing. The bike was blocked in from three sides between our cars. I forgot to mention that in the process of getting it out from between our cars they damaged my fiances new suv bad (looks like they dropped the bike on the side door and dragged it along), and they dented my new mustang too. They left marks where they may have touched the cars, but no prints could be found. The main (IN) garage door was pryed open enough to crawl under, and the (out) garage door can be opened by steping on a rubber hose connected to the door opener, or driving over it. So once they got in, they had a nice place to back in a truck or whatever and get out. They left my pitbull stand, but took the cover. And I do have full coverage statefarm ins. THANK GOD>

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Damn, sorry to hear it. Not too far from that area, keep an eye out for ya too, but Mike is probably correct in that it's being stripped down.
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They dusted for prints on my car and my womans cars too....nothing. The bike was blocked in from three sides between our cars. I forgot to mention that in the process of getting it out from between our cars they damaged my fiances new suv bad (looks like they dropped the bike on the side door and dragged it along), and they dented my new mustang too. They left marks where they may have touched the cars, but no prints could be found. The main (IN) garage door was pryed open enough to crawl under, and the (out) garage door can be opened by steping on a rubber hose connected to the door opener, or driving over it. So once they got in, they had a nice place to back in a truck or whatever and get out. They left my pitbull stand, but took the cover. And I do have full coverage statefarm ins. THANK GOD>

Damn that sux... Look at the bright side... New Bike! Wish you the best of luck bro.

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I guarantee it was someone from your complex or someone who was tipped off by someone in your complex although I am sure you have already figured that one out. I will keep a look out for ya'.

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Wouldny it be awesome if this theif showed up at strats one night I'll be watching out for it.
Dude, mines legit, check the vin before ya'all beat the SH*T outta me!

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That's the second bike I've heard of getting stolen from a "secure" garage last night. The other is a blue R6 stolen from woodridge.

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Don't you guys think that any good thief would be parting it out or changing the vin right away? Who the hell is going to steal a bike and then go ride it around with a hot vin, looking exactly how it did when they took it? Good luck, but it's probably being stripped right now...
Sad but true......Watch ebay for listings from IL. Especially watch for the MLADIN TANK very easy to identify, and I have yet to see an undamaged one listed on ebay.

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That sucks, if I see someone on it I will ride by and closeline that son-of-a-bitch.
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That sucks, if I see someone on it I will ride by and closeline that son-of-a-bitch.
Naw........you'de wreck the bike. Wait til he parks it, then clutch up the front wheel and brand his forehead with your header!

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Don't you guys think that any good thief would be parting it out or changing the vin right away? Who the hell is going to steal a bike and then go ride it around with a hot vin, looking exactly how it did when they took it?
My zx9 was stolen in May and recovered at the end of August the same year. It had been dropped at least twice (the last time it couldn't be ridden away), and the only thing they did was take the plate off. They put over 2000 miles on the bike and were never caught . I guess there were a whole lot maroon, grey and black 94' ZX9Rs . Anyway I feel your pain and I will keep an eye out.

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This really sucks.... What is this world comming to???
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Sucks to hear Bro, I don't think I would want it back though after being taken. Hope SF does ya right and pays ya off.


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That sucks, if I see someone on it I will ride by and closeline that son-of-a-bitch.
just don't beat the hell out of mladinrep by mistake
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just don't beat the hell out of mladinrep by mistake
Exactly my thoughts....(see post #17)..........

Thanks for watchin out for me bro!

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I had my 500 Ascot (remember those ) the single cylinder, that I called "olde thumper" stolen out of a "secured parking garage", I just kept thinking "who would want to steal that?"

Feel for you tho..........

Hey I have idea (it happens once in a while) we can hold down Mladinrep, and you pummel him, thinking he IS the thief....I guarentee it will brighten your mood.

Ernie you and I should be able to hold him down.....right?

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Hey I have idea (it happens once in a while) we can hold down Mladinrep, and you pummel him, thinking he IS the thief....I guarentee it will brighten your mood.

Ernie you and I should be able to hold him down.....right?
How much do the two of you wiegh put together, maybe a buck ninety with your leathers.....bring it!

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sorry to hear that man...i work at the motorola right over there and prolly ride/drive by your place everyday to and from work....i will keep a look out

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