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fizzchem 08-20-2003 09:59 AM

Re: Then again, Canet sez otherwise
 
Check your other employer's latest issue.

1966chevy 08-20-2003 10:26 AM

Re: Then again,
 
Yeah right!

obandoj 08-20-2003 11:07 AM

Re: 2004 Superbike Rules
 
The games never end, but if that is what it takes for good racing to take place, so be it.

obandoj 08-20-2003 11:10 AM

Re: I love the part where...
 
So how is it going Highwayman?

SteadyRoller 08-20-2003 11:35 AM

Re: 2004 Superbike Rules
 
Its easy for any but the dumbest biches to see that a V8 will stomp any other machine. There's a reason I wave to GM built truks and SUV's.



PS. Those fools at the platers are lucky I'm not beligerint like before I got my Hoss...now that I'm a righteous bro in the wind. Though that doesn't mean I can't give my bro a twelver of Shlitz to go and kick some azz... or maybe I keep the Slitz to my self and show them that I can still throw with the best like some sort of freakin tornado or a PO'd grizzly.



SR

john 08-20-2003 03:13 PM

Re: 2004 Superbike Rules
 
NR750 was never meant to be a superbike. It was just something they made after toying with the idea of making an oval pistoned 500 GP bike.

KPaulCook 08-20-2003 06:44 PM

Right you are: Mladin speaks about the gear thing
 
"others ride fully modified bikes while the 1000cc fours have limited engine and transmission mods. A thing a lot of people don't understand is that we can't change gearboxes." from Soup interview

obandoj 08-21-2003 03:18 AM

Re: 2004 Superbike Rules
 
Very relevant and intelligent, keep drinking swill!


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