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post #1 of 56 (permalink) Old 11-06-2006, 04:23 AM Thread Starter
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My Wheelie Day Out!

A few days ago, i got a friend of mine who owns an R1SP to grab his Camara kit and take some photo's of me doing some Wheelies...
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You got some good friends that they let you wheelie their bikes. I bet that Busa's front end was screaming at you everytime you brought the front down on that heavy bitch. Good pics.
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A few more...

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You got some good friends that they let you wheelie their bikes. I bet that Busa's front end was screaming at you everytime you brought the front down on that heavy bitch. Good pics.
Not really, if you get the hang of it..its not that bad.. The R1SP isnt mine and the ZX10R.. the yellow 750 and busa are mine.. i didnt have anyone to ride and bring my gixxer 02 1000..next time hopefully ..ill load a few more pix.
I was nervous wheeling the R1SP.. thats a real nice bike!
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The R1SP

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The Owner of the SP and man behind the Camara

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All the wheeling really tired me out!
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And finally the Pose!



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Hope you liked them..hopefully will take a few more shots in a few more weeks and ill post some more!
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You guys have any twisty roads out there? What's up with the chicken strips on the R1?

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You guys have any twisty roads out there? What's up with the chicken strips on the R1?

Wow. Incredible looking bike.



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Wow. Incredible looking bike.
I forgot to mention that. Bad ass...on a very high level.
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I forgot to mention that. Bad ass...on a very high level.
Most Definately.



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That CF trim around the wind screen is tits.
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I'm diggin the gold wheels, levers and rearsets.



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Sup with the orange sprocket?
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Sup with the orange sprocket?
That sh*t sticks out like a sore thumb.



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I'm diggin the gold wheels, levers and rearsets.
It comes like that stock dont you guyz have the R1SP?
It orginally comes with Marcheleni wheels, ohlins front and rear suspension, ohlins steering damper, gold termingi rear exhuast. the works,, they only made 1000 of them and this one is #665.

We do have a few twists but not many.. the area is empty in the background because we took the pictures next to Forumla one circuit which is far from any built up area..its in the desert basically..so they call it the desert track..
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It comes like that stock dont you guyz have the R1SP?
It orginally comes with Marcheleni wheels, ohlins front and rear suspension, ohlins steering damper, gold termingi rear exhuast. the works,, they only made 1000 of them and this one is #665.

We do have a few twists but not many.. the area is empty in the background because we took the pictures next to Forumla one circuit which is far from any built up area..its in the desert basically..so they call it the desert track..
I dont think we get that over here. I could be wrong. We have an R1 LE.





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It comes like that stock dont you guyz have the R1SP?
It orginally comes with Marcheleni wheels, ohlins front and rear suspension, ohlins steering damper, gold termingi rear exhuast. the works,, they only made 1000 of them and this one is #665.

We do have a few twists but not many.. the area is empty in the background because we took the pictures next to Forumla one circuit which is far from any built up area..its in the desert basically..so they call it the desert track..
The levers and rear sets aren't stock.
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The levers and rear sets aren't stock.

i went with him to pick it up from the showroom when he first got it and those were on it, the rear sprocket he just changed.. i have no idea. you maybe rite, ill ask the guy.
I was told that they made the R1SP 500 for USA and 500 for the rest of the world.. the bike costed him about $20,000 more or less plus he's put some mods into it here and there. I wouldnt like to say yes or no, cause i dont have the full details of the bike..am none the wiser.. i just think it looks awesome.
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The LE costs close to 20 grand too.



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i went with him to pick it up from the showroom when he first got it and those were on it, the rear sprocket he just changed.. i have no idea. you maybe rite, ill ask the guy.
I was told that they made the R1SP 500 for USA and 500 for the rest of the world.. the bike costed him about $20,000 more or less plus he's put some mods into it here and there. I wouldnt like to say yes or no, cause i dont have the full details of the bike..am none the wiser.. i just think it looks awesome.
It looks killer. You never answered me about the chicken strips though. There's no twisty roads out there? How fast is he through corners. I'm trying to see if I can justify his purchase. There's a bunch of trick mods that work excellent on a track, like the slipper clutch and Ohlins suspension. But, I'll be surprised if the sets and levers are stock. the levers look like CRG and I can't tell the rear sets. I want to say Gilles because of the pegs.
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