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04-16-2007 06:37 AM
saefirebird I have an order together and I will be placing it within 2 days, if anyone wants to add anything on??
03-18-2007 08:48 PM
DLIT
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Originally Posted by jtemple View Post
I bought my Pitbulls through this thread last year. I love them. They're worth their weight in gold, I'll tell you that.
03-14-2007 10:29 PM
Gas Man
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Originally Posted by jtemple View Post
I bought my Pitbulls through this thread last year. I love them. They're worth their weight in gold, I'll tell you that.
No ****! I don't know how you guys have these bikes without!!

About the only thing better would be.... um...



But quite a bit more cheddar for sure!



03-13-2007 11:07 AM
ebbs15 i'm officially out... I need them asap... I'm gonna buy some through a local dealer... thanks for the offer!
03-13-2007 10:07 AM
Danesious
03-13-2007 07:03 AM
jtemple I bought my Pitbulls through this thread last year. I love them. They're worth their weight in gold, I'll tell you that.
03-13-2007 04:45 AM
saefirebird When I order depends on interest.
03-12-2007 10:41 PM
marko138
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Originally Posted by NONE_too_SOFT View Post
i dont know anything about stands but i should get one
Pitbull is the best you can get.



03-12-2007 09:47 PM
ebbs15
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Originally Posted by NONE_too_SOFT View Post
i dont know anything about stands but i should get one
it makes work'n on bike ALOT easier... and saves your tires when you put it away for the winter...

I think I'm gonna have to purchase mine on my own though... I need it to do the sprocket and exhaust... and paint the wheels...
03-12-2007 09:43 PM
NONE_too_SOFT i dont know anything about stands but i should get one
03-12-2007 09:09 PM
ebbs15
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Originally Posted by saefirebird View Post
FRONT STANDS:

Standard Front w/Pin: $145.00 Shipped. (MSRP $159.00 plus S/H)

Front Forklift Stand: $130.00 Shipped. (MSRP $140.00 plus S/H)

REAR STANDS:

Standard Rear Stand: $ 119.00 Shipped. (MSRP $129.00 plus S/H)

Spooled Rear Stand: $119.00 Shipped. (MSRP $129.00 plus S/H)

Standard/Spooled Rear Stand: $130.00 Shipped. (MSRP $140 plus S/H)

PIT-BULL STEERING STABILIZER: $355.00 Shipped. (MSRP $399.00 plus S/H)

These are the most popular stands, I can also get the forklift converter package, single sided, etc.
when are you planning on ordering?
03-12-2007 09:06 PM
saefirebird FRONT STANDS:

Standard Front w/Pin: $145.00 Shipped. (MSRP $159.00 plus S/H)

Front Forklift Stand: $130.00 Shipped. (MSRP $140.00 plus S/H)

REAR STANDS:

Standard Rear Stand: $ 119.00 Shipped. (MSRP $129.00 plus S/H)

Spooled Rear Stand: $119.00 Shipped. (MSRP $129.00 plus S/H)

Standard/Spooled Rear Stand: $130.00 Shipped. (MSRP $140 plus S/H)

PIT-BULL STEERING STABILIZER: $355.00 Shipped. (MSRP $399.00 plus S/H)

These are the most popular stands, I can also get the forklift converter package, single sided, etc.
03-12-2007 09:00 PM
ebbs15
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Originally Posted by saefirebird View Post
Looking to place another order if anyone is interested in some quality stands.
I am... what's the price?
03-12-2007 08:53 PM
saefirebird Looking to place another order if anyone is interested in some quality stands.
09-28-2006 06:25 PM
DLIT
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Originally Posted by over200 View Post
What would the Point of that be anyways????.....I think you would look like a TARD!!!!!..........As I SMOKED PAST YOU with my knees against the Tank!!!!
On long sweepers? No point at all. It would severely mess up your line if you're going that slow on a long sweeper. But on hairpins going 40, it's easy to do.
09-28-2006 05:57 PM
over200
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Originally Posted by DLITALIEN View Post
Yeah, I've gotten mine down at 40mph. As long as the turn is sharp enough, you can get it down. Now getting your knee down at 40 on long sweeper would be impossible, because you'd be leaning your bike so much, you would just cross over to the other side of the road.
What would the Point of that be anyways????.....I think you would look like a TARD!!!!!..........As I SMOKED PAST YOU with my knees against the Tank!!!!
09-28-2006 05:53 PM
DLIT
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Originally Posted by ironmannFB3 View Post
I saw a video on sportsbikes a long time ago that gave tips on how to drag knee. In it there was a guy practicing dragging knee around a cone with a bra on it. He was only doing 30 - 40 mph and he was able to get his knee down. I don't think speed is a great factor, just your willingness to countersteer hard enough to tip your bike that far over. But ah...this is all coming from a guy who hasn't put his knee down yet either.
Yeah, I've gotten mine down at 40mph. As long as the turn is sharp enough, you can get it down. Now getting your knee down at 40 on long sweeper would be impossible, because you'd be leaning your bike so much, you would just cross over to the other side of the road.
09-28-2006 03:46 PM
ironmannFB3
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Originally Posted by jtemple View Post
I'm a proud owner of some 1/2" chicken strips, and have never drug a knee!

For one, I don't have any knee draggin' gear. For two, there aren't many real twisty roads here. To drag a knee, I'd have to be going 100+ around a turn. I'm not ready for that just yet.
I saw a video on sportsbikes a long time ago that gave tips on how to drag knee. In it there was a guy practicing dragging knee around a cone with a bra on it. He was only doing 30 - 40 mph and he was able to get his knee down. I don't think speed is a great factor, just your willingness to countersteer hard enough to tip your bike that far over. But ah...this is all coming from a guy who hasn't put his knee down yet either.
09-28-2006 09:08 AM
DLIT It would kill me to be stationed somewhere with no twisties.
09-28-2006 07:15 AM
jtemple I'm a proud owner of some 1/2" chicken strips, and have never drug a knee!

For one, I don't have any knee draggin' gear. For two, there aren't many real twisty roads here. To drag a knee, I'd have to be going 100+ around a turn. I'm not ready for that just yet.
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