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Old 10-03-2010, 01:41 PM   #11
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How close to Milwaukee are you? I can Vouch for this man, if he says a bike needs a particular item or is a particular condition - that's how that bike IS.

Need room, must sell some bikes.

1982 V45 Magna - runs beautifully, strong and smooth V4 motor. Ride it
anywhere. Comfy, all original excepting the lower bars I put on it. Great
low end and midrange grunt. Sheds a few drops of oil after a ride, and the
turn signal relay needs replacing. Clear Wisconsin title. Brakes good,
tranny good, tires good. Fly and ride. Bluebook $1335, yours for $850.

http://hawkfan4life.com/forsale/v45b.jpg
Mmmmm... V-four cylinders of deliciousness!

(Do you think that might be a little too much grunt for a newb? I always heard the Magnas were balls-out bikes -- never rode one, though.)
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Old 10-03-2010, 01:43 PM   #12
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Mmmmm... V-four cylinders of deliciousness!

(Do you think that might be a little too much grunt for a newb? I always heard the Magnas were balls-out bikes -- never rode one, though.)
I'm tempted by the GN125, myself. I'm a poosey, though.....
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Old 10-03-2010, 03:07 PM   #13
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I'm tempted by the GN125, myself. I'm a poosey, though.....
That's P.O.O.S.Y.. Get it right.

BTW, is it possible to caf'-out a GN125?
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Mmmmm... V-four cylinders of deliciousness!

(Do you think that might be a little too much grunt for a newb? I always heard the Magnas were balls-out bikes -- never rode one, though.)
Anyone who would recommend an early Honda V-4 to anyone needs his head examined.
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Old 10-03-2010, 06:08 PM   #15
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Anyone who would recommend an early Honda V-4 to anyone needs his head examined.
'the hell's wrong with you? That-there is God's Own Engine-Configuration!
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