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Old 06-29-2009, 09:12 AM   #21
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You have a good eye. Immediately after taking that picture I replaced the seal and cleaned everything up. I'm lucky the leaking gear oil didn't get on the working part of the tire before I noticed how bad things were.
I guess I better service mine!
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Old 06-29-2009, 10:46 AM   #22
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I guess I better service mine!

I had my fluids done this spring. Time for another oil change though.
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Old 10-11-2009, 06:06 PM   #23
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I can't vouch for the top speed, but I often cruise at 55 mph with my SH150I. There is a lot of throtle left. I'm sure it would do 65 mph. My bike has 1,000 miles on it so far, and I could not be happier. I have averaged 96 mpg. As far as the price, I guess that it's a lot like wine. Sometime it's worth a few extra simoleans to get something thats very nice. My previous bike was a VFR800, and thinking about a Goldwing.
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Old 10-13-2009, 11:48 PM   #24
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You're welcome Doc, top cruising speed is like 55... 65 with tail wind and downhill... I wouldn't put this on the highway unless it's rush hour and you live in a state where you can share lanes...
I totally agree with you!
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Old 10-14-2009, 04:33 AM   #25
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I totally agree with you!
This is it? This is your marketing plan? Posting nonsense on a motorcycle site with a bunch of stupid links in your signature?

We get a lot of stupid shyt like this. Is this the result of some seminar or did you come up with this idiotic idea yourself?
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Old 10-14-2009, 04:42 AM   #26
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This is it? This is your marketing plan? Posting nonsense on a motorcycle site with a bunch of stupid links in your signature?

We get a lot of stupid shyt like this. Is this the result of some seminar or did you come up with this idiotic idea yourself?
He take Klazy Ken Seminah! You buy now quickquick! No delay! You stupid you no buy now!
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$4,500 for a 300 pound 150cc scooter ? That is just plain NUTS !
Right now you can buy a low mileage Reflex which I might add is a pretty nice scooter , for around $2,500 all day long . From what I've seen as of late in the used market , the slightly used Reflex is the best bang for the buck out there . Also , any thing below 250cc and you can't keep up with traffic . Those little scooters work in Europe , but not on most American roads . Buy the Reflex and you will be much happier and you will save a couple grand to boot .

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Old 11-07-2010, 01:59 PM   #28
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$4,500 for a 300 pound 150cc scooter ? That is just plain NUTS !
Right now you can buy a low mileage Reflex which I might add is a pretty nice scooter , for around $2,500 all day long . From what I've seen as of late in the used market , the slightly used Reflex is the best bang for the buck out there . Also , any thing below 250cc and you can't keep up with traffic . Those little scooters work in Europe , but not on most American roads . Buy the Reflex and you will be much happier and you will save a couple grand to boot .

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