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Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' at netrider.net.au started by Kermie, Apr 29, 2011.
Tell em his dreamin?
Even when they first came out they only cost 40,000 pounds. Not only that RC30's were a much better bike and only cost a quater of a NR750.
hmmm - I wonder if its LAMS approved? LOL
Maybe the missus has told him to get rid of the toys!! (SC)
I'd buy it in a hearbeat if I had the money
Maybe he's just trying to get traffic to his website to get a better google rating. I hate people who pull stunts like that. Just like that bastard who charges too much money to fit tyres at Everything Two Wheels. Dont click this link for his latest promotion to win a set of Pirelli Corsa III tyres either!!! 8-[
Hold a grudge, don't ya! Hehehe !
Thought it might give you a laugh when you saw it, good to know you have a sence of humour
PS: The Aus dollor broke $110 you'd be mad not to vist jakewilson.com for your next pair of tyres.
Wow, I thought getting $1.10 US for an Aussie dollar was good but $110.00 is even better...........
here, have one of these .
Thanks, but I haven't needed a period for quite some time.
Try a pair of these then (.Y.)
I've met you and it was more like...
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Freaked me out
Please...someone tell me they accidently put 1 too many 0's in there...
Nope, that's about what they go for. Do a google search on it, plenty of proprietary/one off bits on it, not to mention twin con rod oval pistons.
Honda made 700 of them. It's not like its that exclusive
Ha ha ha. Your garden variety VFR 750 (RC36) is lighter and makes more power. Look what the tossers are doing to motorcycling.
8 valves per cylinder??? You gotta be shitting me...
What so special about oval pistons? Ok, the NR sticker means New Racing, I thought owner is a Net Rider.
Nope...oval pistons with 8 valves per cylinder. Basically a fused V8.