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HAHA just kidding with ya... no but seriously how? ;) More blinker fluid i heard.

New to bikes...no, new to racing..no... new to suzukis...no.... new to parenthood....YES....YAWNNNNNNNNNN. And new to this site... so hi.
 

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step 1: sit all the way back
step 2: rev to the limiter and hold it there
step 3: lock it in first gear and dump the clutch
step 4: hang on and post results.
 

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Welcome aboard! Be sure to check the muffler bearings also!
I have a Gen 3 muffler. No bearings but the muffler's ECU is a PITA to maintain.
 

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You seem like you have a good sence of humor. You'll probally fit in well around here... as long as you have good spelling and grammer

Welcome aboard. :hello:
 

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You seem like you have a good sence of humor. You'll probally fit in well around here... as long as you have good spelling and grammer

Welcome aboard. :hello:
Like writing sense instead of sence and grammar instead of grammer.



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You already got the steps on the wheelie.... Now to impress the girls?....
1. While riding, be sure to have your shirt untucked so it rides up your torso and show your man-thong.
2. Flip flops makes for sexy footwear on the pegs.
3. Ride biotch.

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I've never tried the man-thong thing... too bad I started riding when I was already married.



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You already got the steps on the wheelie.... Now to impress the girls?....
1. While riding, be sure to have your shirt untucked so it rides up your torso and show your man-thong.
2. Flip flops makes for sexy footwear on the pegs.
3. Ride biotch.

Welcome!
Also, be sure not to wear a helmet so they can see who that super cool guy wearing a man thong and flip flops is.
 

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I have a Gen 3 muffler. No bearings but the muffler's ECU is a PITA to maintain.
So glad I've got the yoshi pipe then! I didn't realize I was cutting off all that stuff! Talk about weight savings! I've got to check my alternator fluid soon though..

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