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Cool, I'll be busy distracting myself further from uni in doing research on these drinking venues. Are there opportunbities to like meet new folk? Guys and gals? There's alot of space for both in my life......

Much in grattitude to those so willing to expand my knowledge of cool places to socialise.

I'll buy everyone a drink!!! Or a prostitute, if we're at the Moorings....

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Cool' date=' I'll be busy distracting myself further from uni in doing research on these drinking venues. Are there opportunbities to like meet new folk? Guys and gals? There's alot of space for both in my life......

Much in grattitude to those so willing to expand my knowledge of cool places to socialise.

I'll buy everyone a drink!!! Or a prostitute, if we're at the Moorings....[/quote']

Fit like? I too am heavily into custom machinery. What's your current rides? In my stable at present are:

'79 Laverda Jota, chasis number 1747. Had this since summer '95.

'98 V-Max had this since it was new. Only original parts left on it are the seat and the primary fuel tank. Some parts been modded 3x LOL. Now weighs 200KG and kicks out 150BHP, downgeared and good for a 1/4 in under 9. Almost unrecognisable as a Max to the untrained eye.

'92 Harley Davidson 1340 Softail. Was originally a Heritage but now styled like generic 50s Hog. Only had this 3 months so loads of potential.

Come see me in the Moorings and shoot the shit. Best time is Friday nights. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap.

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98 V-Max had this since it was new. Only original parts left on it are the seat and the primary fuel tank. Some parts been modded 3x LOL. Now weighs 200KG and kicks out 150BHP, downgeared and good for a 1/4 in under 9. Almost unrecognisable as a Max to the untrained eye.

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Hmmmmmmm............???????????

Under 9 secs would love to see some proof. If its true I am well impressed!!

And if so we could have a wee racey some time I love slaughtering superbikes!!

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98 V-Max had this since it was new. Only original parts left on it are the seat and the primary fuel tank. Some parts been modded 3x LOL. Now weighs 200KG and kicks out 150BHP, downgeared and good for a 1/4 in under 9.

Shit man, I kinda feel small and rubbish on my wee virago 535... But they're cheap off ebay. V-max's are ace.....

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Hmmmmmmm............???????????

Under 9 secs would love to see some proof. If its true I am well impressed!!

And if so we could have a wee racey some time I love slaughtering superbikes!!

Haven't taken it to the track yet but I know a guy with a VERY similar spec max that has turned in such times. The max has a lot of low down power and is easy to get off the line. Mine is kitted out with a V-Boost overdrive kit that locks the V-Boost on from tickover as opposed to cutting in a 6000rpm. Performance off the line is pretty staggering, feels like the world is turning upside down. The slightly smaller diameter but much fatter rear wheel alters the final drive reducing the gearing so the bike pulls a lower top speed but pulls strongly to the redline in top. Not much point in exceeding 135 on a naked bike anyway IMO.

What do you ride yourself?

Maybe we should go to Edsel some Sunday next summer ;)

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Shit man' date=' I kinda feel small and rubbish on my wee virago 535... But they're cheap off ebay. V-max's are ace.....[/quote']

But I didn't get my license till I was 20, so you're ahead of me on that score. Just keep away from plastic bikes. There's an old saying that putting plastic on a motorcycle is like putting rubber on your **** LOL. There's another old saying about rather a sister in a whorehouse than a brother on a Honda. So you're OK on both counts LMAO. Oh - I meant the Yamaha, no idea about your sister LOL:)

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But I didn't get my license till I was 20' date=' so you're ahead of me on that score. Just keep away from plastic bikes. There's an old saying that putting plastic on a motorcycle is like putting rubber on your **** LOL. There's another old saying about rather a sister in a whorehouse than a brother on a Honda. So you're OK on both counts LMAO. Oh - I meant the Yamaha, no idea about your sister LOL:)[/quote']

LOL, and other such internet nonsense sayings, my sis aint in a whorehouse and I aint gonna be a plastic fantastic. Did hire a fazer 600 for 4 months though.....

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Well here is the spek!! sorry it took so long

1989 cr500 motor and frame 96 rear sing arm cb500 3 spoke wheels, custom black anodised forks with hand polished yolks. engine wise polished head custom reeds and port induction kit with my own motorised system to force more air in(fuck leaving it to mother nature) rebored custom rings, six speed gearbox with ALL moulding marks hand filed down. Full custom wiring loom with launch control( auto timing setting for take off ) nikon 48 mm carb polished inside and out ebc race cluch plates, magnesium covers everywhere possible. Oil resevoir removed and now uses frame as tank. Custom moulded fenders. One off tailpipe of a gsxr shortened!!

95 Kg 98bhp = fookin quick and its a 2 stroke hahahaahahahahahahahahh

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