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US built sport bike? and no its not a Buell

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by jeffie7, Feb 19, 2004.

  1. jeffie7

    jeffie7 Wrong Whole! VIP

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    dont like it.... :shrug:
     
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    Trinity <font color=#FF909B><b>I go back like Aqua Net.</b

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    eh well it looks like something from a futuristic movie. i'm not sure if i like it or not. by first impression not really
     
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    :werd: the lines are so fucking busy.


    Supercharger is pretty cool. Stock ohlin suspension is even better.




    None of the links on the site work. I wanted to see the prototype in action
     
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    either way if it performs then I will be happy

    just the fact that theres a bike built in this country that for once does not suck

    the Buells are pretty nice bikes BUT for $12K you get a 1200cc bike that is slower then every new 600cc sport bike on the market right now

    $12K will buy you any sport bike made unless you buy it within the first few months of it being out the 04 GSXR1000s were 12K but after year end sell brand new ones were going for close to 10

    anyways its nice to see the US putting out a bike that might...... MIGHT hang with some of the jap/ital bikes
     
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    I think the sideshot looks like most of the newer bikes out on the market right now
    they are all going for that R1 wannabie look very sharp and boxy

    I like the side profile but the front end could use some work on the front end picture
     
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    I think it is the scetches that are on the home page that scares you from the design. I saw the pics of the prototype, and I like how the seat is really thin
     
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