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Cyclop aka Sideways

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  1. This is interesting.... got it of a link provided by VFR rider http://www.motorcyclenews.com/MCN/News/newsresults/mcn/2008/February-1-3/11-17/feb1508bmwsuperbikespypics/ http://www.motorcyclenews.com/upload/207252/images/bmw-superbike-low-res.jpg Looks like a splice between a ZXR and a GSXR...... just might work..... hmmmm... a BMW-KawaSuki hybrid http://images.absolutepunk.net/images/smilies/Standard/drew.gif Production street version will be out by years' end I heard.... so that they can go racing in 2009.... new rule, now its 3000 production model to qualify for race homolo
  2. Ha Ha.... SDR beat me to it .... kekeke
  3. Nope... beemer don't behave this way. Apart from what you had mentioned, whats the condition of the tires (front especially) and what are the tire pressure ?
  4. More like an "it" http://www.advrider.com/forums/images/smilies/ymca.gif
  5. U mai meh ? better not tcss here, else end up like our dear friend "who am I".. kena banned for life... http://www.advrider.com/forums/images/smilies/ban.gif Mua ha ha ha ha....
  6. Thats the perfect testimony for a BMW bike... how many 4th generation of other marques do we still see on the road... you got a gem there Bro
  7. Dry clutch makes the bike sounds like a ca$h register... ka-ching ka-ching http://s3.amazonaws.com/advrider/lol8.gif Music to some people's ear.....
  8. Aiyoh... its a German gal.... don't need to baby her http://s3.amazonaws.com/advrider/naughty.gif they are built tough.. kekeke
  9. Dry clutches requires a different technique of release as compared to wet clutches. Its ok and should be released fast, not dumping it mind you. You will incur extra wear as what cgl said if one rides it like a wet clutch equipped bike. And yes, labour ain't cheap, sign of the time I guess...
  10. As with all mechanical devices, proper use is just as important as proper care. My ol GS12, the 2nd batch in Singapore is now with its 3rd owner and has covered many rough miles while being ridden hard. And I am glad to know that its still running with teutonic efficiency cause I still get to see the ol girl at every kopi session http://s3.amazonaws.com/advrider/naughty.gif Cheers Guys, enjoy the ride.
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