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05-11-2011 06:56 PM
SteveWolf Awesome read, definitely learned a few things in addition to the MSF BRC material! Thanks!
06-06-2009 02:53 AM
ok i read it

it was use ful thanks
03-25-2009 10:23 PM
Slip Good ready i certainly learned quite a few things from reading that. Thanks Gas Man
07-03-2007 06:28 PM
k5 dave Wow Gas Man that was a long thread, But at the end of the day its down to common sense, Good read though
06-14-2007 01:30 PM
Skip Man
06-14-2007 10:49 AM
Originally Posted by driven View Post
okay noob guide read
Good deal now post yourself up a Newb intro
06-14-2007 10:11 AM
driven okay noob guide read
05-11-2007 03:04 PM
Gas Man Glad you guys liked it... its a good read for sure.

05-11-2007 05:19 AM
miltontfogg3 #1 thing I picked up (panic is our enemy) thanks gas man!!!! major props.
05-10-2007 03:03 PM
DJNytblaste Thanx Gas Man! This was awesome to read. It is worth the time I am finding out to read EVERY ONE of these noob manuals if you are a noob yourself (just like I am).

Thanx again!
03-01-2007 09:58 AM
Originally Posted by pickle.of.doom View Post
Cliff Notes?

03-01-2007 09:38 AM
Rider Awesome post GM. Rept
03-01-2007 09:21 AM
Full Throttle
Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
A must read for all newbies. It is long but well worth it. Will answer alot of questions that you have!!

wow that has a lot of info in it, im sure it will help me thanx's.
12-16-2006 11:22 AM
Gas Man Bump

06-25-2006 06:04 PM
Good Info

Wish I had it when I wheeled my bike off the trailer ALONE luckily I didn't drop it dumb loosened the tie downs while still on and put the kick stand down then rolled back and held on
04-17-2006 12:06 PM
YZFRocket great info!
04-06-2006 03:23 AM
Originally Posted by benek
whats up
hey i just wiped out yesterday
do any of you know where i can get the right part of the body of the bike?
its a 06 gsx-r1000 gray and black
to hear that but to TWF
Originally Posted by DLITALIEN
Try Ebay or a Suzuki dealer.
04-05-2006 11:38 PM
Gas Man I'm glad you found it usefull. Its alot of reading but it answers alot of stuff and in great detail!

Yeah the proper forum ettiquette thing is funny!

Oh and

04-05-2006 05:13 PM
Gr1n1n Thanks a bunch Gas Man

The FAQ was quite informative, and actually contained a lot of the information I was taught in the MSF program recently. Being my first post, but not my first time on a forum, I'm reading all the "stickies" "announcements" and rules prior to popping out an uber-noob post that everyone can just point to another thread and laugh at me for

Proper forum ettiquette

Anyhow, the FAQ also had some information that I was not taught in the MSF program, and for this, I thank you.

I look forward to spending some down-time on the forum.....

See ya
04-02-2006 05:28 PM
Originally Posted by benek
whats up
hey i just wiped out yesterday
do any of you know where i can get the right part of the body of the bike?
its a 06 gsx-r1000 gray and black
Try Ebay or a Suzuki dealer.
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