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*Click for more pics >_>

Took some pics of the SV the other day with a nice DSLR I was able to borrow from work.

For those of you into camera nerding, it was a Canon EOS-1D Mark IIn with a EF 24-70mm f/2.8L lens. Worth about $3500.00 for the body and $1100.00 for the glass.

I want one of my own now. :[


As a side note, the civic isn't mine (Cherokee infront of it is) and yes, the under 21 plate sucks (I'm 18 ), and I was in the process of removing my rim stripes to reapply them after they started cracking.
 

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so now you put the note in there to click on the pic...haha anyway good looking bike. i'm jealous of the camera and jealous of your nice weather.
 

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so now you put the note in there to click on the pic...haha anyway good looking bike. i'm jealous of the camera and jealous of your nice weather.
Haha. I didn't think I'd have to add that till you asked so I went ahead. :p

If you want weather like this you should move to FLA :D Worst thing here is rain and hurricanes.
 

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is there different rules for a rider in FL if you are younger then 21 or something? i dont get the under 21 plate thing.
 

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Very nice photo. You might want to consider looking at refurbished dSLRs. I purchased a refurbished Canon Rebel Xsi and it works great for a fraction of new price.

Marc
 

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Looks much better with the lowers on.
 

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is there different rules for a rider in FL if you are younger then 21 or something? i dont get the under 21 plate thing.
Due to Florida having a No Helmet Law* things are different for those of us who are still a bit wet behind the ears.

If you are under the age of 21, you must wear a helmet. If you are over the age of 21 and choose not to wear a helmet, you must carry bodily injury protection of $50,000 or more. Where as if you still wear a helmet, no insurance is required.

It's kinda ****** up how I have to have this god awful plate because anyone would consider riding without a helmet a good idea.
 

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You should make a trip to the Everglades or something to the effect. At least the beach.

Anyways Nice bike......








For a "S" that is.

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I was going to goto the beach but they wanted $10.00 to visit land in my own county because I hadn't applied for the "resident" sticker.:BangHead:
 

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ahhh ok, interesting. dumb but interesting. nice bike dude, you will lose that plate before you know it.
 
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