they use the picture to get the info then use that info to get your address and jsut about w/e else info on you they want, now they have your info and can find out where the bike is located to steal it
And that's different then the 10 or so people that see me ride my bike up into my apartment how? They can get my info anywhere...
nothing more then anyone of the thousands of people that see your plate as your out and about
besides your plate says F--k The World
bike is looking sweet, i love the all black look
No chit! That's the plate they gave me...
I wish it said 80FTW though because that's the year I was born... I have been trying to find an association between myself and the number 81... About the best I have got is Ate One Fluck The World... That's kinda lame.
eighty one for the win.
does that mean?
hey yea, osp can i have the honors of fixxin you up a catchy new sig, i havent fired up PS in a while.
Sure, I was going to screw around with it, but go for it... I really like my old one, but the lettering isn't the best... Maybe something darker to match the bike better... Silver/grey flames?
Hey, nice new ride OSP!!
I like how the Buells use the rim-mounted brake disc, looks cool. How's the braking power compared to a normal setup?
I don't have a whole lot of experience with too many brakes, but I can tell you this... It blows my old bike away... but that shouldn't be a surprise.
Do they make a chain conversion for these?
Yup... Fluck that though...
Why would you want to do that? It's a zero maintenence belt. No adjustment, no replacing....EVER! And you dont get the drive line lash of a chain.
However the lash is minimized on the chain conversion with an idler sprocket...
you make belts seem so great, its a wonder 99% of companys dont utilize a belt.
Width is a big issue...
I guess it works for a bike that doesn't red line high. I don't think that set up would work on a 14,000+ rpm bike.
I don't see why not...