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    A buddy has one of these. The down side is the chew through starters and are hard on your driving record.
    Not even two months and he had a stunting charge. Was leaving a stop light a little bit aggressive. Officer in an unmarked car spotted about two inches of daylight under his front tire. It's that easy. Burp the gas at the wrong time in Ontario and it gets expensive fast.

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    ^ Not the first rider I"ve heard being tagged for the same.

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    we had a 1990 7-11 gsxr. did the quarter mile in 10 flat at 143mph. Way quicker than any 600's - and roll on power was insane. The old 87 was running 10.8 - 11.3 at 125 with pipe and carb work - like modern 600's,.

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    I believe it was the fastest at the time. Some friends of mine used to swap 1100 motors into 750 frames and call them 7-11s. Those things were stupid fast at the time. Now a 600 is way faster and the liter bikes are ridiculous.


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    I was a bit of a bike whore for awhile.

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    I don't ride but I have this for my man cave. 1915 Tiger Autobike.

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    You're still having a better time than if you were having a good time, and she wasn't."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVOMACH1 View Post
    I don't ride but I have this for my man cave. 1915 Tiger Autobike.

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    Was that one of Dom's bikes?

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    Yes.
    "If your wife is having a good time and you're not,
    You're still having a better time than if you were having a good time, and she wasn't."

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    Dad emailed me this pic from 1988 of my 4 sisters on his 88 Suzuki cavalcade 1400. At the time it was the largest displacement touring bike on the market. I don't remember all the bells and whistles but it had its share for the time.
    I spent many hours on the back of that bike and it is still fond memories for all of us kids. In fact probably the reason I chose to go with that style of bike over performance oriented. Kaitlyn an I had the old Harley out for a tour tonight over to clarington rib fest for supper. Making our own memories.

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    ^^ great photo!

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    Same shot modern day.
    My two on the outer with my nieces in the middle.
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    And I love this shot of Mason leaving without me on a road trip afternoon.
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