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Old 10-23-2010, 11:23 PM   #21
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My 1982 Yamaha Maxim XS400. Cheap on insurance, easy to fix, and great on gas. My dad's 99 Honda Shadow 1100 can barely be seen in the back. I grew up on dirt bikes and finally decided to get into street bikes about a year ago. When I picked up my bike it looked like this:


Plans for this winter include:
- rebuilding spare motor I have
- powdercoat spare gas tank and wheels
- new tires
- new rear shock (single rear shock design)

Just recently I rebuilt the brake master and had a braided front brake line made up.
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Heres a few of my favorite drool worthy bikes.

This is the color scheme I may go with on my XB, I already have the translucent orange wheels.
[img]http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/4521/buelllightningxb12s2006.jpg[img]

MMM... Rc51 although I prefer black ones.
[img]http://krang.sportrider.com/bikes/2002/2002-hon-rc51-03-2.jpg[img]

1125r, my fave colors.
[img]http://www.bestmotorcyclepictures.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/2009-buell-1125r-white.jpg[img]

[img]http://www.bestmotorcyclepictures.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/2009-ducati-streetfighter-image.jpg[img]

I love twins..
The only issues I have with buell is
1)they're discontinued (which is the same for my tt600 though unfortunately)
2) most if not all are naked or semi-naked.

I like full fairing bikes.

They look/sound great from looking at pictures and videos though.
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'04 sv1000s and '82 gpz550

[IMG]http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x64/allcrossedup29/IMG_7814.jpg[IMG]
I'll bet the torque on that bike is FANTASTIC.
Fuckkkk

How does it feel weight wise? I know its quite a bit more weight than a 650 which is upper 300's.
I <3 my SV
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I <3 My SV too...
[IMG]http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e311/morphout/DSCN0751.jpg[IMG]
[IMG]http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e311/morphout/DSCN0821.jpg/IMG]
[IMG]http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e311/morphout/DSCN0822.jpg[IMG]
[IMG]http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e311/morphout/DSCN0815.jpg[IMG]
[IMG]http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e311/morphout/DSCN0819.jpg[IMG]
Nice.
Full fairing. Just the way I like it lol
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My old EX500:

[IMG]http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd146/gospeed81/left_side-1.jpg[IMG]
2003 Kawasaki Ninja 500R (EX500)
Me with Daytona and bro's first bike...the 250.

[IMG]http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd146/gospeed81/triumph2.jpg[IMG]

[IMG]http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd146/gospeed81/Triumph%20955i/triumph5.jpg[IMG]
2002 Triumph Daytona 955i

Man I loved that bike.

The VFR, another great bike. Just let it go a few weeks ago.

[IMG]http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd146/gospeed81/IMG_20100928_172250.jpg[IMG]
1992 Honda VFR 750

Mom's Nighthawk 550, fun little bike. Cruiser comfort but a ripping little four underneath.

[IMG]http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd146/gospeed81/IMG_20100924_110955.jpg[IMG]
1983 Honda Nighthawk 550



The new SV, recently painted.

[IMG]http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd146/gospeed81/IMG_20101017_133729.jpg[IMG]
2001 Suzuki SV650

It now has a Sargent seat, GenMar bar risers, 636 rear shock, and is getting a GSXR fork soon. Gonna be my miniature sport-tourer.


And the CBX (no good pics yet)

[IMG]http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd146/gospeed81/IMG_20100822_201744.jpgIMG]
1979 Honda CBX



Other bikes I've had and loved:

Honda CM400T (you never forget your first)
Yamaha XS650 (felt like Steve McQueen on that thing)
Yamaha Virago 500
Honda CBR900RR
Kawasaki GPz 550
how would you compare the vfr to the sv? I like how honda's are usually very light, but the torque is always lacking.
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My one and only bike:
[IMG]http://i228.photobucket.com/albums/ee62/luc8421/withhelmet-1.jpg[IMG]
I've been fortunate enough to ride the following though:
2001 R1
1500cc Harley Sportster
2006 Kawasaki 650r
2010 Brammo Enertia
2005 Buell Blast
2009 Ninja 250r

All have been great fun. I'd love to have a modern bike for it's reliability and ease of use, but I'm not sure I'd fall in love with it like I have with my current bike.

Bikes that make me fap? Just saw this on HD theater's Cafe Racer show.
[IMG]http://i228.photobucket.com/albums/ee62/luc8421/BrassCafe.jpg[IMG]
And any other old cafe racer. I'm favorite are the new Ducatis:
[IMG]http://www.webbikeworld.com/ducati-motorcycles/ducati-photos/ducati-sport-classic.jpg[IMG]
And Suzuki's 1135r:
[IMG]http://www.perthstreetbikes.com/10081/katana_1.jpg[IMG]
Stupid question, but WTF IS your bike?
I can't tell what make/model it is and don't know enough about bikes to just "know".
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Yeah, I realize that now.
Hopefully this one doesn't die though.

*HOPEFULLY* a mod stickies it
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My first bike was a '97 600F3, don't have a pic of my exact bike online but was this one, but with a D&D pipe, etc.
[IMG]http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/Gallery/HONDA%20CBR600F%2097.jpg[IMG]

When I graduated college I promptly got my '02 ducati monster s4 senna. Sold it after 10k miles...all the local ducati dealerships closed up and paying a far dealer to do the 10k valve service...plus all the other electrical issues I decided to sell it. Miss it sooooo much.

[IMG]http://www.inoneear.com/outtheother/Ducati.JPG[IMG]
[IMG]http://www.inoneear.com/outtheother/Ducati7.JPG[IMG]
[IMG]http://c1.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/32/l_ef54b70bc27266e0cca2fda8471d270c.jpg[IMG]

I've been looking to get something for a while now, SV1000 probably. My dad has a carb'ed SV650 which is an incredible bike. But my brother's buddy just picked up a buell xb12s? (lowered version??) for DIRT cheap, as mentioned earlier. I might look into that.
my bro had a monster. great bike, but so costly to maintain. plus an sv is better in just about every way.
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And one for **** and giggles
[IMG]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs177.snc4/38178_1376654893402_1142730065_30879626_3870356_n. jpg[IMG]


It's also for sale, for dirt cheap w/1,780 miles!
how much is dirt cheap?
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Here is my old 2000 R6. I picked it up cheap from a stunter and was planing to restore it back, but it was stolen.

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v132/lostDSMsoul/bike/stuntbike.jpg/IMG]


[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v132/lostDSMsoul/bike/DSC00052.jpg/IMG]

Now that I am out of college, I am starting to save back up to get another R6.
That looks badass, and LOTS of local folks are actually converting their 4cyl superbikes to "street fighter" style.

I was looking at r6's when I picked up the tt but the newest ones are still quite a bit out of my budget for a bike right now, and I don't like the older ones much.

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My 09 Daytona. Has been posted before.

Street clothes.

[IMG]http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f357/68017/HPIM0904.jpg[IMG]

Track clothes.

[IMG]http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f357/68017/IMG_1220.jpg[IMG]
[IMG]http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f357/68017/IMG_1219.jpg[IMG]

It's actually on the trailer right now. Last trackday of the season is tomorrow.

After that, I'm parting it out and selling it. Already sold the slipper clutch. After the last trackday two weeks ago and watching seven people pile up their bikes Saturday and six Sunday, I decided that $10K is more than I want to risk tossing down the track so I'm selling it, buying an older CBR that is an ex-rack bike and has all of the mods that I want for $3400 and a V-Strom for a DD. I have two miles of gravel before I hit pavement and it's a white knuckle ride on the Daytona so the V-Strom with dirt tires will be a great DD for me. Plus, the total of the two bikes will be less than the Daytona.
THERE IT IS. **** I'm in love with your bike.

Bummer you're getting rid of it.

I feel you on the white knuckles though. If you can't afford to total it and walk away DO NOT track it.

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Don't own a motorcycle, and have never ridden. It's a huge temptation for me, but because of an extended family member's death on a motorcycle, I've basically decided to keep my gearhead energy directed at cars. However, if I stumbled on a stupidly good deal on one of these, I might just buy it now and keep it hidden:

[IMG]http://www.zeyz.de/cb1/cb1.jpg[IMG]
My wife's family gives me **** about owning a bike, my family is cool with it.
I see it this way: if I eat **** and die its just my time to go. Woulda happened in the car just as well.
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My 1982 Yamaha Maxim XS400. Cheap on insurance, easy to fix, and great on gas. My dad's 99 Honda Shadow 1100 can barely be seen in the back. I grew up on dirt bikes and finally decided to get into street bikes about a year ago. When I picked up my bike it looked like this:
[IMG]http://www.dbmiata.com/yamaha/DSC00413.JPG[IMG]

Plans for this winter include:
- rebuilding spare motor I have
- powdercoat spare gas tank and wheels
- new tires
- new rear shock (single rear shock design)

Just recently I rebuilt the brake master and had a braided front brake line made up.
Looks like you may have one of the older(st) bikes here.
Nice. But how is reliability on something 30 years old though?
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18 psi, I will let my bike go for 4,500 just because it's out of season...and I want her gone.
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That's a good deal. Here in CA you'd already have it sold.
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My XS400 is ridiculously reliable. I beat the hell out of it, and it still revs to 11000rpm no problem. My buddy has a 2002 Kawasaki 500 and my bike goes better then his. Of course, he has no idea how to ride But yah, the old yamaha tears through the curves pretty good, and it's relatively comfy. Only problem is that there is absolutely no shielding from the wind.

I think if I was going to get a new bike it would be this:



I really like the Kawasaki versys. But I'm going to hang on to my yamaha for a while. It was really an experiment when it came out - rear mono shock design, frameless engine design (motor just hangs - no frame in the front). Apparently the bike got awesome reviews when it came out, but they only made it for 2 years.
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The versys is great for lane splitting cause they're so narrow (here that's legal btw)
Also 650cc designed specifically for 3-6k rpm torque is awesome in a commuter.

curb weight is a bit disappointing at 450+ though
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Cool videos, those bikes are insane. Wayy too much power for the type of riding i do.

I'm either commuting 10 miles into town on tiny backroads, or carving one of 4 available canyons within a 40 miles radius.

more like this, no highway around here.


EDIT: Rofl


Turbo xb12 ftw, 160whp, 140ft/lb.


And it THIS video we watch some squids riding buells almost die.

Seriously ******* pathetic.

I have some plans to boost mine eventually, once it stops scaring the **** out of me as is.

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1985 Suzuki GS700es. Look up some stock photos, it's changed a lot. Only thing to identify it is the ignition cover and stator cover. I've thought about a more complex paint scheme, but I just don't have the skills.

Dustin, take some sand paper to your tank before powdercoating it. The oven will melt any bondo that's been added in the past 28 years. Happened to me with a CB750 cafe build.
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Cool. I'll look it up.

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Cool videos, those bikes are insane. Wayy too much power for the type of riding i do.

I'm either commuting 10 miles into town on tiny backroads, or carving one of 4 available canyons within a 40 miles radius.

more like this, no highway around here.
[YT]Wzdx4BGne28&feature=related[YT]

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That's some nice canyon carving. Buell sounds great too, I love low pitched rumble V twins/L twins/parallel twins.

We have TONS of roads like that here too, but they're infested with police on just about every corner.

Its sad really:(
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Cool. I'll look it up.



That's some nice canyon carving. Buell sounds great too, I love low pitched rumble V twins/L twins/parallel twins.

We have TONS of roads like that here too, but they're infested with police on just about every corner.

Its sad really:(
Wow, that sucks. My brother lived in Sacramento for a few years and was telling me how fascist the police are out there, especially when it comes to anything automotive.

Its basically the exact opposite out here. Almost nobody is into motorsports/canyon carving and instead they roll around on stupid shiny hogs and lame low riders. You almost never run into police in the local canyons here. However, down in Albuquerque (south of here) its a different story I hear.
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Heres a pic before we left to head up to bikes blue and bbq in Fayetteville, AR.

Right to left: My roomates SV1000S, Friends R1, other roommates RC51, his brothers 600RR and finally the really cool bike in the group is my GS500 on the end.

Sad because 2 hours after this picture we were loading the SV roommate into an ambulance and his bike into a truck bed.

I bought a suzuki gs500 because I thought it would be a good beginner bike and I didn't want to kill myself from having too much bike. My roommate went out a week later and bought a v-twin sv1000s. I always joked with him about you might have a better bike but atleast mine will be in one piece a month from now. Well 2 weeks after buying his we went up to a bike rally and he layed his over in a corner. Sucks but hes ok and there really isn't that much wrong with the bike.
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Sorry to hear that. Exactly why I rode an ex500 for 2 years before moving up.

And damn sexy rc51 there. I want to get one of those to have in the stable next to my Buell in a few years.
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same EXACT thing happened here man.

I went and got my 07 ninja ex 500r in 1st post. paid 2k for it.

A buddy of mine went to the stealership and got a BRAND NEW Kawasaki Ninja zx6r.
I couldn't believe it, a brand new bike for 8500 out the door, for his FIRST BIKE

3 weeks later he laid it down. Had to get new fairings, tank, and turn signals.

Just a month ago he let another friend ride it. HE LAID IT DOWN. So now that bike has plastics from 3 different bikes and has been taken apart and repainted 2 times.

and it barely has 3k miles on it.

some people are just foolish
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Yup, I bought my bike for $600 with new tires and running but a little rough. Replaced the coils my self, cleaned carbs and put a new chain on. Had a vacuum leak some where so I took it to a shop and had the brakes worked on, carbs redone/balanced, valves adjusted and some other minor bits for $100. For $750 its running perfectly with new tires, fully tuned up and new chain. Its nothing pretty to look at but its a blast and if I lay it over I'll probably be more upset about scratching my helmet and jacket. Not to mention I can probably get close to $1500 out of it now that its running perfect and has clean title. Sound investment in my book.

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I guess I can go into a little more damage detail.
Rider:
Left hand was scraped on the top pretty pretty bad. Could see all the way to the tendons on all 4 fingers.
Left ankle was scraped down to bone, could see about *this much* of his the ankle bone. *makes "OK" symbol*
Right foot was smashed under the bike and was sprained. Because it was under the exhaust his shoe was REALLY melted.
little road rash on lower back and right leg but nothing major
General aches, bruises and smashed ego associated with a wreck.

Bike:
Broken mirror
Broken clutch lever
Broken peg
Broken shift lever
Scraped up front fairing but really thats it

I give him **** all the time for being cheap (he actually is jewish but i'll leave that alone lol) but it really cost him. He was wearing a helmet (tore up in the back, thank god he had that atleast, he might not be here) fleece joe rocket jacket (borrowed from rc51 roomate) blue jeans, running shoes and motox gloves (also from other roomate.)

If he would of had good gear and boots he wouldn't of had more than a bruised ego.

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how would you compare the vfr to the sv? I like how honda's are usually very light, but the torque is always lacking.

They couldn't be more different.

The VFR is a little different for a Honda. It has tons of torque, but is heavy. It was a good bit of work to hustle it around TWS back in June, and I decided I wasn't going back without bringing something light. What was nice is basically leaving it in 3rd gear and worrying about lines and body position instead of shifting. It would pull through the Carousel, a 30mph turn at about 2K rpm, and just barely top 3rd gear at the end of the straightaway, or atleast at the speed I wanted to be at going into turn 1.

The SV is LIGHT...and I mean light. It reminds me of why I started riding. Excellent control, minimal effort, more upright seating position, still has useful torque although not a freight train like the VFR.

I mainly swapped for comfort and a bike I'd enjoy a little more in the twisties. The VFR 750s have a more aggressive riding position than the newer 800s, and I've ridden an 800 with HeliBars that I could live with daily, but they're out of my price range. One day...

I also wanted a beater bike...one I didn't have to worry about. The SV has no fairings...I wouldn't be devastated if it got stolen or wrecked...and it's stupid easy to work on (5min oil changes).
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That looks badass, and LOTS of local folks are actually converting their 4cyl superbikes to "street fighter" style.

I was looking at r6's when I picked up the tt but the newest ones are still quite a bit out of my budget for a bike right now, and I don't like the older ones much.
I prefer the newer ones, but I got that for a steal. The only bad part is the 1gen R6, have a bad second gear, but the 53 tooth rear spocket, I could start in third without a problem. Also made the bike crazy scary on the interstate, as it would stand up in 6th on it own.

I always liked the full fairing look. My plan was to sell/trade the street fighter kits for stock fairing, but that never happened. Current plan is to just get a 02 or newer. Prefer the newer 06+ but they still go for 4-5K.
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I now have a

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This one is not mine, but mine looks just like this one with high mount pipes.

It's a 98 Triumph Speed Triple. I am friends with the local Ducati dealership and I get to ride all their demo bikes. The new Streetfighter and the old Monster S4RS are eating me up. Alas, don't have enough money to buy a another bike.
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I had always said I wouldn't own a street bike, but a year ago I bought my first one:



2006 Buell XB12R. I bought my bike last october. While I was going to school full time and working part time, i put 1100 miles on it the first week I owned it ALPINE LOOP was amazing, almost every day! But I wasn't making the money I needed, so I sold her in January. Put 5k miles on her in 3 months, sold her for what I paid but I miss her so much!

Dad has an XB12sTT and an 1125CR. I love the CR, that thing hits warp speed like nothing I've ever felt. but the XB12sTT is a little too old man-ish for me. I love the CR, that liquid cooled twin just catapults that bike, it's unbelievable. dry weight of about 375 lbs. What an amazing machine! But my XB12R's handling was absolutely rock solid, that thing was absolutely flickable and a total torque monster.

Parts will be tough to find soon, but my dad bought his XB12sTT for $7k brand new, and he only paid $6500 for his brand new 1125. Can't get them for that anymore though!

One day I'll have another bike..... One day...

I want a Triumph Sprint ST.
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