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Old 11th Aug 2004, 13:54   #141
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Well i do believe the fastest motorcycle ever mass produced for the road would be the choice of the devil.
Ducati's are awesome though. They are my 2nd favorite only to Suzuki.
Shame it doesn't go round corners as well as it goes in a straight line. Oh yeah, and the last one I saw had an idiot doing burnouts on it. 5 minutes later the same idiot was underneath it desperately trying to patch his burst coolant pipes.

Still, this is mine - ZX-6R. Not quite a 'busa but all I can afford to insure after trashing a FireBlade last year, which kind of puts me in the idiot bracket too
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Old 11th Aug 2004, 14:00   #142
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in all honesty that is a really nice crotch-rocket. i love it. Im a big fan of any of them, but i love how a busa looks with the 2nd seat on the back (no hump) and with a single exhaust. With the bump in the back and dual exhaust they are ugly. otherwise i want one. The only problem is that my parents both run an insurance agency and we KNOW what happens to motorcycles when they crash. So ill get insanely high insurance with no discount for having parent working for them. even they can't get a discount! Between the cost of the bike, and insurance, ill take whatever car i have out of college and make it go vrrrrrmmm....psh.
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Old 11th Aug 2004, 14:18   #143
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Highly Modified, Originally a 1978 Honda CX500, Stripped down, 1983 XR500R front end, beefier rear suspension and knobby tires. So basically its a 130 mph, 2 cylinder, liquid cooled, shaft drive dirtbike
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Old 13th Aug 2004, 05:59   #144
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My 1977 Oldmobile Cutlass supreme got it about a year ago on my 16th b-day it has a 350cu v8 pushing about 350hp, dark blue paint with lighter blue metal flake, rally rims, this thing puts up so much smoke when i floor it its no even funny. I put in a sports racing suspension and i have a JL audio system with 2 6" in the back and two 4" up front along side a 10" 600watt sub.

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Plans are to eventualy put a GM 450 crate into it and make this thing a street machine.
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Old 13th Aug 2004, 11:07   #145
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how much was the insurance for your car r3men4nt?
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Old 13th Aug 2004, 11:12   #146
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well i know in england it woudl be like 4000 here to insure. then you gotta add 92 every 6 months tax then 70p per liter petrol .


only in america
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Old 14th Aug 2004, 00:06   #147
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insurance is about 6000$ a year considering im 17 but it worth it the car is so fun to drive even though its an automatic. im going to be putting in a 450cu crate motor and a manual transmission.
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Old 14th Aug 2004, 00:44   #148
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Wow, I guess I can post mine now (even if it is a few threads down atm )

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Old 24th Aug 2004, 20:34   #149
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lots of nice cars here

my old car (been driving since my dad passed away in Dec)

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Old 24th Aug 2004, 22:47   #150
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ffs iceman your lucky to be so rich i envy u
How'd u get so much money??? whats your job/dads job??
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Old 26th Aug 2004, 20:05   #151
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Woah, I hadn't really seen this thread before. Iceman.....wow!

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Old 27th Aug 2004, 23:20   #152
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Old 27th Aug 2004, 23:41   #153
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Old 27th Aug 2004, 23:47   #154
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Wow amazing... but besides the "X" my neighboor lets me drive his 1991 Black Convertable Corvette with 350 HP anywhere i please.
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Old 27th Aug 2004, 23:55   #155
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Old 28th Aug 2004, 18:24   #156
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Woah, I hadn't really seen this thread before. Iceman.....wow!

You should get a car for Bit
Check the staff page, you'll probably notice I work here So they can buy their own cars
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Old 28th Aug 2004, 18:32   #157
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Iceman, my g/f wants to know if you are married
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