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Discussion in 'Bike Reviews, Questions and Suggestions' started by carbine, Nov 4, 2005.
Ok yeeehhaaa I picked up my brand spankin new 900 Hornet today.
(jealousy rising, must control.......)
WOW Hornet. It took you a WHOLE 15mins to reply to that??
I took these when i got home from work around 9:30 pm so i had to do some post processing on my pc to lighten them up
Watch out for those 900 Hornets mate.
Mine makes me ride like a damn fool.
They are evil, I tell you. EVIL.
Get out while you can.
I DO have a life, you know
:twisted: :twisted: :twisted: Thats my middel name EVIL it is EVIL i tell you :twisted:
the hornet club is gettin bigger by the minute...hehe
Hey the new 9 looks like it has adjustable front forks, is that true?
If so, you may see a man with a spanner hanging around your garage. Pay no attention to him, he's harmless.
wowsers that's a great looking bike! congrats!
Nice looking bike
if only i could find a 250 hornet so i could join the club :roll:
The one in Toowoomba is still available, http://snipurl.com/jme6
Yes theay are ajustable, Some better shots in the sunshine this time.
You used to work in a dungeon as a torturer in another life, didn't you, carbine???
Heyyyyy, so THAT's what they look like with shiny downpipes and non-rusty triple clamps...
Enjoy it while it lasts, my doomed friend.... Bwaaaahahahahahaaaaa!
Good choice going with Oggys, I spun mine out on a 50km/h wet patch lowside and damage was so minimal I just had to replace mirror, footpeg, bar end and alternator cover (all very cheap items!). No idea what it would have cost if I didn't have crash knobs.
:twisted: Hay Loz did you forget to take your medication AGAIN
Thanks i love it to bits