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Vangpao

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« Reply #30 on: November 20, 2009, 05:00:59 PM »
2005
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cbr600rr


taken in august after its bath in my front yard.


"Four Wheels Move The Body Two Wheels Move The Soul"


Nice Casey Stoner Lee Honda Phoo.

How was the fitment of those aftermarket ABS fairings?
Did it line up correctly or were the panels off a bit?

How's the paint work? Quality?



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« Reply #31 on: November 20, 2009, 05:04:43 PM »
fitment was great...no modification required what so ever...it was perfect everything lined up all the holes tabs etc...paint was great too..no runs or anything like that. all ABS.


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Vangpao

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« Reply #32 on: November 20, 2009, 05:23:06 PM »
2005
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cbr600rr


taken in august after its bath in my front yard.




Hey Phoo! Is that an Arrow exhaust?

By the way, I think HmoobPahAy is setting up a ride next season. Are you in? P.M. Hmoob for details.



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Re: Year, Make & Model of your Motorcycle (Pics Welcome)
« Reply #33 on: November 20, 2009, 06:05:29 PM »
You can "drag" on I-94 all you want, but I know my fresh tires look like this after two days.



Did I mention that this was without a track day.

Are you sure that, "Everyone claims to"? Do you need some Sriracha with the sentence that you just had to eat?
Put those extensions on your swing arm and I'll see you on the ride. Don't chicken out now.



LOL looks brand new to me.  Anyhow, when you guys set something up let me know.



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« Reply #34 on: November 21, 2009, 07:45:24 AM »
LOL looks brand new to me.
 

Thank you for confirming your "squid status" Sin. I had a feeling that you would't have any idea of what a scrubbed tire looks like. You're just one of those Hmong dudes who gets a bike for "looks". Awe shucks.

Anyhow, when you guys set something up let me know.

Are you going to show us how you can "drag"? Untill there's a corner in the road that is.
Break out that "hobby" of an R1 that you pretend to have. To quote you Sin, "I want to see a picture of you standing with your bike."



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« Reply #35 on: November 21, 2009, 10:11:16 AM »
uhh...the fairings are pretty new bike use to be black...got the fairings in july 09...those are my second set of tires..origina l worked good for my type of riding so just bought the exact same ones when time came. as far as the exhaust goes...its a D and D dual slipon...its loud as shit..im down for a next season...im located in MN...somewhere in the twin cities...if anyone wants to ride next season and your in my cities...pm me we'll get something going i know some other peeps that ride too.


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Re: Year, Make & Model of your Motorcycle (Pics Welcome)
« Reply #36 on: November 21, 2009, 10:26:08 AM »
phoojlis: great looking bike.  clean.   8)

Vangpao: don't see any of you guys standing with your bikes.  I'm the only one with my bike here.  Hummm....  Yet you two talk the most.  ^_~  Also, I've seen worse tires than yours including mine back in the day.  No harm intended, I'm sure you two guys corn like mad men.  I actually love squid, tastes good with pepper.  So lets ride soon, looking forward to it.   :) 
 



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Stinger:  Honda Ridgeline - Snow Crusher
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Slider:  Acura CL Type S - All Stock, BOSE'
Charlie : Z3 Coupe - 1 of 2 Platinum Edition

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« Reply #37 on: November 21, 2009, 10:30:17 AM »
heres a pic of me checking out my cousins bike ..he just picked up...orange and black 2008 cbr600rr  with only 200 miles for 5gs..good ass f#$% deal if you ask me.




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« Reply #38 on: November 21, 2009, 12:37:51 PM »
^ the new bikes look amazing.



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Stinger:  Honda Ridgeline - Snow Crusher
Hollywood: CBR1000RR - Two Brothers Racing
Slider:  Acura CL Type S - All Stock, BOSE'
Charlie : Z3 Coupe - 1 of 2 Platinum Edition

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« Reply #39 on: November 21, 2009, 08:04:38 PM »

Vangpao: don't see any of you guys standing with your bikes.  I'm the only one with my bike here.  Hummm....  Yet you two talk the most.  ^_~  Also, I've seen worse tires than yours including mine back in the day.  No harm intended, I'm sure you two guys corn like mad men.  I actually love squid, tastes good with pepper.  So lets ride soon, looking forward to it.   :) 
 


Why do you care what I look like? I post because-unlike you Sin-I am not a squid. I can corner and don't need a 6" swingarm extension to let my feet touch the ground.

I bet you don't even work on your own bike. The 17 year old shop tech. does the work at $75.00 an hour. I bet you couldn't mic. a shim if your life depended on it...muchless change your rearsets. I'm pretty sure you may have seen tires worse than mine, only it's on a race bike. So are your tires scrubbed in or is it squared off? I suspect it's the latter.

Well done squid. You sold yourself out. 

Don't worry about me. I'll make the ride. You just bring that drag bike of yours.



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« Reply #40 on: November 22, 2009, 09:25:49 AM »
Jesus, whats with all the name calling & bitterness.  ;)  I'll make it out to see you shred tires & scrape knees on the corners & if you all MUST see me hit 170 then YEHA keep up!   8)


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Maverick:  ///M Coupe - AA HKS GTS8550 
Goose:  S2000 - AP1 w/AP2 Swap GT35
Stinger:  Honda Ridgeline - Snow Crusher
Hollywood: CBR1000RR - Two Brothers Racing
Slider:  Acura CL Type S - All Stock, BOSE'
Charlie : Z3 Coupe - 1 of 2 Platinum Edition

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« Reply #41 on: November 22, 2009, 09:32:34 AM »
Why does it typically boil down to "proof" and "pics" and such?

Sin, prep your bike and ride.  All I look forward to your 170 on 94.   ;) :-\

If it's a pic. standing next to a bike is a "must", here's one of me next to the Z on a mountain. I must confess, I'm wearing full gear and no ankle socks or a 6" extension on my swing arm either.



More Sriracha sauce for you Sin?
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« Reply #42 on: November 22, 2009, 09:43:52 AM »
Jesus, whats with all the name calling & bitterness.  ;)  I'll make it out to see you shred tires & scrape knees on the corners & if you all MUST see me hit 170 then YEHA keep up!   8)

Who's getting "frisky"? It's not me. After all, you don't even have a proper bike from what you proclaim.

Don't worry about putting a knee down. I can put my left hand on the pavement during left turns too. Would you like to see that? You'd better "keep up" if you want to see that.

What's the matter? Are you one of those riders that need to have a big bike to make you look like you can ride? I'm holding you to this ride Sin. You'd better not be a "no show" when the time comes?

Get that R1 running.  ;D



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phoojlis

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« Reply #43 on: November 22, 2009, 12:11:33 PM »
Is the orange bike lowered?

yes it is ....2 inches...was lowerd by the previous owner.



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« Reply #44 on: November 23, 2009, 05:45:10 AM »
check in my 3rd post.



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