What is this crap that fell of my bike???

...and why is it running better? :prof:

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damn! kill that thing before it reattaches itself! ;)

that wud be a larval stage alien :confused:

no doubt sucking the power outta ur ride prepairing to pupate :prof:

:bonk:

damn! kill that thing before it reattaches itself!

Hahaha LOL you guys are funny! Thanks

:prof: Your XRL has leprosy!!!

I opened this thread expecting to see a KTM:excuseme:

Quick! Kill it before it mates with a spotted owl and becomes an endangered species!

-Joe

Look out for the epa police!

LOL, you guys are killing me. :prof:

Thats an Addaslowpoke to me device form a Honda XRL. Good thing it fell off cause theyt have been known to slow many an XRL to a pace many consider lathargic. About like sticking a potato in the exhaust can and only poking a small hole in the potato for the exhaust to escape.

Its always good to spay and neuter your pets.

Is the splatter mark on the floor, where you stomped on it to make sure it is actually dead?

"Poo happens"

That's the armatural sprocket, which in turn, causes the combustion chamber to interfere with the flow in the dynaflow.:prof: (Anyone recognize that quote?)

XRL abortion?

Bury it in a shallow grave and forget about it.

No wait, put it on E-Bay!!:prof: Some lump will bid on it.

Save it. In a couple of years those cali boys will be onthe EBAY begging for them. Right about the time the California Dept of EnviroNazi Conformity gets a note from enough left wing do gooders as to what to look for on the new implemented smog checks of XR650L's

That's the armatural sprocket, which in turn, causes the combustion chamber to interfere with the flow in the dynaflow.:prof: (Anyone recognize that quote?)

"To the moon Alice, POW!":rant:

Honeymooners

Ding, Ding, Ding!

yeah, clean air is :prof:

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