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Old 12-09-2016, 04:42:33 PM
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here is a pic of my new chopper. Cant wait to get it on the dyno. lol. gotta get my leathers, see ya all on the road. don't think i'll be passing ya though!
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Drop a Hayabusa in it and you won't have a problem passing, might be tough to keep the front wheel down though
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Darn I was expecting to see a full auto Thompson with 100 round drum.
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Turbo it. Eff the Busa motor.
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Looks great. See you in Sturgis. {;0)
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PA to Sturgis on that? Better leave now, bundle up so you stay warm, might consider a knobby tread for the snow
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Pa to sturgis is a long ride even on a new bike. Was there in 97. the good ol days 🍺
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Since it's morphing into a Sturgis thread, I stopped there on the way out west on a bike trip in '71. Pretty nasty gun toting outlaw types were prevalent so I quietly beat feet out of town.
Stopped again in '86, meh, but the campsites were awesome fun.
Went there with a group in 99 and it was turning into a family event.
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