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RSWR450F

First Training on NEW WR 450 F m.2007

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Thanks Rosta! Great Pix!

How tall are you?

Planning any changes to the bike to fit you better?

Any suspension changes yet?

Lynn

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Hallo,

I speak english a bit.

I will give to my Yamaha :

- full titanium exhaust system Leo Vince X3

- new white plastics

- new graphics

- Talon gold hub and black Excel rims

- new brake discs

- water cooler protectors

- Boyesen clutch cover

- ACE WELL odo meter

- kevlar engine protector

Bye RostaWR

www.rsracing.cz

See my garage.

Thanks Rosta! Great Pix!

How tall are you?

Planning any changes to the bike to fit you better?

Any suspension changes yet?

Lynn

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I already bugged Rosta about his bike. He's got Pastrana bend bars on there, and some taller bar risers that he made.

Hope you don't mind me sharing, Rosta!

Your English is much better than my Czech! :lol: My wife's family is originally from Checkoslovakia. (Majernik is her maiden name) Her grandmother had some great recipes! :ride: I don't believe the villiage her family comes from even exists anymore. I don't remember the name, unfortunately.

OK, enough!

Thanks for sharing the videos!:censored:

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It´s a wonderfull!!!!

You have to locate your wife´s family city. :censored:

I was in 1994 on Six Days in Oklahoma - Tulsa.

Rosta

www.rsracing.cz

I already bugged Rosta about his bike. He's got Pastrana bend bars on there, and some taller bar risers that he made.

Hope you don't mind me sharing, Rosta!

Your English is much better than my Czech! :applause: My wife's family is originally from Checkoslovakia. (Majernik is her maiden name) Her grandmother had some great recipes! :lol: I don't believe the villiage her family comes from even exists anymore. I don't remember the name, unfortunately.

OK, enough!

Thanks for sharing the videos!:ride:

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