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Death_Korp_Of_KRIEG

Radiation is good.............

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#11 13 years ago

man im keeping it reall with the 125cc pitboss, metal malisha version, spikes on the front mud guard, :) oi but i have riden that beuty your lookin at, it spreety good, goes fast, suspension is good. i would buy it mate




Pethegreat VIP Member

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#12 13 years ago

Nice bike, for a foregin brand.

I never rode on a motorcycle, but I have driven quads. Quads are great fun, just rember to wear your helmet. My uncle got hurt pretty bad when he rolled his quad, and he was not wearing a helmet.




gnspr9

Things with sharp edges!

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#13 13 years ago

Ooh, nice bike there.




Guns4Hire

I'm too cool to Post

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#14 13 years ago

PethegreatNice bike, for a foregin brand.

The ONLY brand I would ever buy. Honda makes great dirt bikes. When I asked if you ride I was talking about dirt but street is cool too :)

I'm done with moto X I am more into trailing now tis why I want a 4 stroke. Ann, a 450 cc is plenty big enough for what I need ;)




Dipship

Smarter than your average stump.

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#15 13 years ago

Good choice Beef. Can't go wrong with a Honda.

I have a Honda XR650L which I bought new in '95 and it's still going strong after 12000+ km of 90% off road riding.

It's big and heavy though and lately I've been thinking about upgrading to a modern lightweight four stroke such as the one you're looking at.

I seem to be addicted to the big cube bikes, even though the 450's have as much if not more power to weight ratio than my old tank. Although the smaller bikes straighten corners better, I prefer the bigger bikes for flattening mountains, which I do almost exclusively.

I'm looking at the larger KTM's (400-650cc) but they are expensive and parts/service is harder to find. I might just end up with another Honda and throw a street legal lighting kit and insurance on it.


When in doubt, gas it!



Guns4Hire

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#16 13 years ago

That is why I chose the 450. I wanted light but still powerfull and agile for trails. I used to have a CR500. Loved that bike.




Dan2004

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#17 13 years ago

I've been looking around for a 2003 Yamaha YZF-R6: 091002top.jpg Nice Huh? I just need to find a good price.




cc.

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#18 13 years ago
PethegreatNice bike, for a foregin brand.

That only applies to cars dude, not dirt bikes.




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