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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-13-2006, 11:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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Gods gift to savin money

wow these crash bars nothign short of amazing saw a guy kick his bike over pulled back up no scrathes on fairing tank nothing! takes the look away a little but worth spending 250 to save hundreds more in new fairing cases or a tank
http://xdcycle.com/store/product.php...cat=109&page=1
right there is for gixxer 1000 and busas i bel;ieve search the site for your bike
(for those of us who cant afford to piss money away on a new fairing when the bike accidentally gets dropped)
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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-13-2006, 11:44 PM
 
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wow these crash bars nothign short of amazing saw a guy kick his bike over pulled back up no scrathes on fairing tank nothing! takes the look away a little but worth spending 250 to save hundreds more in new fairing cases or a tank
http://xdcycle.com/store/product.php...cat=109&page=1
right there is for gixxer 1000 and busas i bel;ieve search the site for your bike
dood. Those are undeniably, unequivocoly They will do nothing but limit your ground clearance.



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post #3 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-13-2006, 11:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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indeed so but one of these days imma fall at a stoplight or its gonna fall in the garage and imma say i shoulda bought one of them p.o.s.
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post #4 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-13-2006, 11:49 PM
 
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indeed so but one of these days imma fall at a stoplight or its gonna fall in the garage and imma say i shoulda bought one of them p.o.s.
If you fall at a stop light maybe you deserve some scratches. No disrespect. You'll just have to ride fast enough that no one sees the scratches.



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lawl well good point but i like my bike clean n purrty
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lawl well good point but i like my bike clean n purrty
I feel you bro. I just think cages are totally gay.



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I feel you bro. I just think cages are totally gay.
i think so to but looks functionality
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i think so to but looks functionality
The TL will hate you if you cage it up. It's a beast not meant to be caged.



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lol i will not cage it
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lol i will not cage it




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dood. Those are undeniably, unequivocoly They will do nothing but limit your ground clearance.
Those are some big words there bro.
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You don't need those that often if you learn to ride in your ability and not a tool of a stunter.

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lol hhaha you cant tell me any of you have never dropped a bike before (the tiller has not seen asphault yet only its tires)

btw nice soup nazi marko
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thems are for stunters. unless you like the look. i have more respect for roadscarred bikes. they survived and are still riding.

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lol hhaha you cant tell me any of you have never dropped a bike before (the tiller has not seen asphault yet only its tires)

btw nice soup nazi marko
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Cages are just for stunting bikes... not for your everyday bike unless it is your stunting bike.
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lol hhaha you cant tell me any of you have never dropped a bike before (the tiller has not seen asphault yet only its tires)

btw nice soup nazi marko
Drops are part of the game. You just gotta roll with it.



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