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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-22-2007, 02:25 PM
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Re: This bike's got a lot of potential

I want to see the bike at a show

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Re: This bike's got a lot of potential

70 hps is pretty good freinds sv 650 had mid 70s modded and was a really fun bike and this is lighter
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Re: This bike's got a lot of potential

I like light bikes.

I have an XT-600 yamaha with 45 hp that weighs about 300 pounds. Definitely fast and fun. I had an RD-250 that was 309 and had only about 35 hp and that was cool too. The reasons I love my monster is because it is light, handles great and has OKJ power.

If this thing has 70 hp and only weights 300 pounds it will definitely be hot. My only negative comment looking at it is that the swing arm looks weak.




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