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Old 07-24-2013, 10:13 PM   #1951
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Wow, didn't see my opinion as "universal facts". I guess some people can't read ...now the physics of a sidecar being unstable....well, those are laws (I didn't make those up, I just follow them) you guys win, Urals are great, sidecars can out perform any conveyance known to man...ever.... all y'all are superhuman hack pilots and have MASSIVE imaginary internet dicks!

So..... Anyone wanna buy my POS Ural?
I don't know if I should laugh or cry.

You seem very defensive and rage filled. I don't think one person has disputed your issue with your Ural. That being said, you are making statements that aren't true. Is a Ural better at 75 MPH into a right hand turn then most two wheeled bikes? Fuck no. That being said, please explain how a two wheeled bike is more stable then a Ural going in a straight line or parked standing still?

Also, you keep going to this Internet dick swinging thing? Where has anyone claimed to be superhuman or the greatest hack driver?

I will say there are a select few on this forum who have done a fuck load more then you or I have ever done on hacks. These same people frequently push Urals to their limits, break them, repair them, and improve the items that break when going through hell. They have been met at Ural gatherings, are active in the community, and frequently contribute on here. You are a sub 100 post n00b who has no reputation or credibility on here. Your first appearance on here is just bitching. I will trust the established members over you any day of the week.

That being said, I will give you 5k for your Russian POS.
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Old 07-24-2013, 10:30 PM   #1952
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Wow, didn't see my opinion as "universal facts". I guess some people can't read ...now the physics of a sidecar being unstable....well, those are laws (I didn't make those up, I just follow them) you guys win, Urals are great, sidecars can out perform any conveyance known to man...ever.... all y'all are superhuman hack pilots and have MASSIVE imaginary internet dicks!

So..... Anyone wanna buy my POS Ural?
if you can refrain from that "MASSIVE" dick of yours long enough to go over to the Flea Market Forum, I am sure you could sell the RPOS in short order, Urals seem to sell quite quickly when ever and where ever they are advertised. Price it right and someone will take it off your hands and free you up with a few bucks in your pocket to pursue some other endeavor more suited to your knowledgeable ways.
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Old 07-25-2013, 12:00 AM   #1953
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And then the 3 wheels don't tip over argument... So, your rig out corners, out accelerates, out brakes, out does ANYTHING (except not fall over at rest) than a solo SV650 does? Explains why there are so many hacks at trackday... They're more stable and fast!!! Sir Isaac and I stand in awe with your firm grasp of the laws of motion....
No, my sidecar outfit does not out accelerate, out brake or outdoes everything that a solo bike would do. I haven't suggested that it does.

What I did suggest was very obviously in jest, that a solo is unstable and will fall over at standstill.

You are such a poor troll that you just had to jump on that and take as a serious statement. Bless you.

The point of outfits is not that they are necccessarily better or worse than a solo, they are simply different. They have their own charm and they certainly have practical advantages over a solo. I should know, I make them for a living. People buy them. Lots of people.

As for your original speed argument, it's just laughable. But then, you know that.

Time to stop feeding the troll I guess. Thanks for the laughs boy.
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Old 07-25-2013, 06:29 AM   #1954
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Old 07-25-2013, 09:25 AM   #1955
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Old 07-25-2013, 10:52 AM   #1956
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Old 07-25-2013, 11:14 AM   #1957
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You guys are bidding to much money, if its such a piece of shite, it should sell cheap, I'll submit an honest bid, 500 bucks, owner pays shipping to my location. I mean if its as dangerous as the guy says it is it can't be worth more then $500.00
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Old 07-25-2013, 11:21 AM   #1958
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Come on, Dave! It's worth more than that as a lawn ornament!
We're talking about a '12 Patrol, which is getting a new engine under warranty. I'll bid $10k plus shipping.
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Old 07-25-2013, 11:37 AM   #1959
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Come on, Dave! It's worth more than that as a lawn ornament!
We're talking about a '12 Patrol, which is getting a new engine under warranty. I'll bid $10k plus shipping.
You guys have WAY more money then I have, and you must have a death wish to bid so much for such a dangerous machine. Still it just goes to show some folks like these darn things enough to bid on them sight unseen, let the auction proceed. I have a bid of 10K, do I hear 10.5...............
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Old 07-25-2013, 11:45 AM   #1960
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I mean, if they just want to get rid of it...and I hate to offer this...but I would take it off their hands, and not charge them a dime.

I know that it's dangerous, but I teach middle school...nothing scares me.
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Old 07-25-2013, 04:06 PM   #1961
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So..... Anyone wanna buy my POS Ural?



$3,000 cash if I can ride it away. $2,000 if I have to put it on a trailer.

Yes this is a serious offer on your "POS"
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Old 07-25-2013, 08:11 PM   #1962
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Old 07-26-2013, 03:02 AM   #1963
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Well shit the bed....

...and call me stinky!
NOW, I'm REALLY pissed off! If everyone thinks my Ural is unsafe, it must be normal for Urals to go over 65? Wow, mine is REALLY a POS!

I don't like to brag, but.....my Patrol is almost 99.999% safe. Except for falling off the lift in the dealer's shop, I can't see it getting into an accident. But then again, it's hardly unique in that respect.

Because of this safety guarantee... The asking price remains, $16,500 (Daddy needs a new pair of shoes)
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Old 07-26-2013, 05:17 AM   #1964
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it must be normal for Urals to go over 65?
Only down hill
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Old 07-26-2013, 07:46 AM   #1965
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I dont think that any of us are forced to ride what we ride. Having said that if a bike is not for you, move on and get something that suits your needs.
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