(650R) Pig roasts Hog


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  • bosshog

Posted October 29, 2007 - 04:10 PM

#41

I've always wondered about the 1/4 mile times aswell, anyone know? Here's a vid of some dude running the 1/8 mile on an 650R. Looks like a best of 8.7 seconds at 80 mph. I bet he wasn't popular that day. Can't tell if it's still got the knobby tire or not. :worthy:

http://uk.youtube.co...h?v=njlWwiodXtQ

  • Billahjack

Posted October 29, 2007 - 05:49 PM

#42

Just a couple comments...

I think that most motorcycle riders are nice people. I never had a Harley. I would rather buy a nice vehicle for that price. I guess its unaffordable by me. I have owned numerous street bikes and love the 650r more than all of my other bikes.

The Harley rider I spoke about earlier was a complete ass. I had to open the can of whoop ass to put him in his place. The passenger on my bike and lack of on his bike made it that much sweeter.

I did race a SV650 the other day. I was even with it until about 50 mph where it started pulling on me.

I think I have found one thing in common between Harleys and dirt bikes. If you don't regluarly check your bolts or use lock tite on certain bolts, stuff tends to fall off.

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  • SCOTTTO92

Posted October 31, 2007 - 11:28 AM

#43

My Buddy Has A Dyna Wide And We Ride Together Once In A While, My Xrr Leaves Him In The Dust.... But That Is Apples To Oranges..... I Like Just About Anything With A Motor And 2 Wheels..... What I Don't Like Is Those Fair Weather Riding Harley Jags That Think They Are Too Cool To Wave At Another Biker, What Ever Kind Of Machine They Ride.... There Is A Joke Aimed Right At Them.... What Do Vacuum Cleaners And Harleys Have In Common??????????? Placement Of The Dirtbag!
I Like That Each Bike Sounds Different, I Guess If You Like It Loud.... You Have Extra Money In The Bank To Pay Tickets..... Ride On

  • The Italian Stallion

Posted November 10, 2007 - 07:44 AM

#44

I think the wave thing is getting out of hand.Every time time you ride bye another rider you have to take your hand off the bars? or you are rude? If I waved to everyone that waved at me I would have a sore arm at the end of my ride. Plus it can be dangerous. I just give a nod or I give a peace sign with my clutch hand while still holding on. If a guy dos't wave at you it dosn't always mean he is a rude dude. More than likely he is tired of raising his arm every 2 seconds!





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