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Old 01-08-2013, 09:55 PM   #1996
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More worthless, regurgitated parts recommended by the master of farkle..
Do you actually ride, or just spend your time salivating over others posts?
Those grips will last about ONE ride, but they do look the shit, no?
Believe it or not, your recommendations are actually leading all these newbies astray- good intentions or not.
Quit looking for comformation on the mis-informed purchases you've made and let folks choose for themselves.
Yeah, I like tits, you gay or something??
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Old 01-08-2013, 10:41 PM   #1997
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More worthless, regurgitated parts recommended by the master of farkle..
Do you actually ride, or just spend your time salivating over others posts?
Those grips will last about ONE ride, but they do look the shit, no?
Believe it or not, your recommendations are actually leading all these newbies astray- good intentions or not.
Quit looking for comformation on the mis-informed purchases you've made and let folks choose for themselves.
Yeah, I like tits, you gay or something??
I have the Pro Taper Pillow Top grips installed on my Honda XR650L and my 200cc trail bike. These grips are excellent, and certainly last much longer than one ride.





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Old 01-09-2013, 12:32 AM   #1998
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More worthless, regurgitated parts recommended by the master of farkle..
Do you actually ride, or just spend your time salivating over others posts?
Those grips will last about ONE ride, but they do look the shit, no?
Believe it or not, your recommendations are actually leading all these newbies astray- good intentions or not.
Quit looking for comformation on the mis-informed purchases you've made and let folks choose for themselves.
Yeah, I like tits, you gay or something??




So you decided to start over with a new post and chose that. It's as worthless as your last 2 posts you deleted What a surprise.... NOT!!!

Decided to slither out from your closet again tirebiter??? Your still playing a fake n00b I see.

Remember last time??? Here's a recap if you don't recall....


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Let me get this strait- All your past posts promoting Easton bars is because your a vendor?

EASTON BARS are not the way to go if you want to easily incorporate any other manufacturer's hardware- be it clamps, GPS, risers, stabilizer, etc.
Trust me, been down that road..

fuck easton bars..

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I'm not a vender. Your sure are worthless fake n00b thou.

I've been trying to help others out and you give me shit... You have 2 worthless posts as a fake n00b. Get back in your closet tirebiter.

I've been down that road too, but I'm smart enough to know how to build my own mounts or find anything I need.




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UPDATE!!!

I see you deleted your 2 worthless posts and your hiding in your closet again....



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Busy viewing hooters now huh???


You may have deleted your post but it lives on in the your quote in my post...

BTW your ship came in.




You're such a turd...

Why don't you get your wadded up panties out of your crotch and wash the sand out too, you worthless fake n00b... Or you go rub one out to Toxic Britney again...
Even better, go play with your man boobs some more, tirebiter...

If you don't like me or my posts put please me on ignore.

Now get back in your closet and stay there lesjive aka tirebiter you worthless fake n00b!!!


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Old 01-09-2013, 12:34 AM   #1999
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I have the Pro Taper Pillow Top grips installed on my Honda XR650L and my 200cc trail bike. These grips are excellent, and certainly last much longer than one ride.





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Looks good, if anyone knows how well something lasts it's you.


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Old 01-09-2013, 06:17 AM   #2000
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Just seen a poor quality picture of a brochure from a Thai Dealer network upcoming model meeting. Shows the new CRF250m. They are kind of blacked out with either red trim or full black. Gold wheels and large front brake.
Dang, maybe I jumped the gun too early


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Old 01-09-2013, 06:25 AM   #2001
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Follow up on handgrips

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Are you sure you don't mean 1 3/8" EXP bars????

Yes, you are correct. The bar center measurement is 35 mm = 1 3/8". My error.

Put the bars on and check it out I would probably buy HWY DB guards if they will sell them without the mounts(not sure about fitment). If not use some Cryca handguard and front mounts.

http://store.cycraracing.com/cypralha.html
I'll contact Highway Dirtbikes and ask them about their hand guards for the Easton Bar. Thanks for the advice on the grips too.
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Old 01-09-2013, 06:32 AM   #2002
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Shucks, you just broke my heart- and we were getting along so good...

Look another worthless post... Are you going to contribute anything worth while or are just going to lurk and be my personal troll???

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Old 01-09-2013, 06:51 AM   #2003
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Just seen a poor quality picture of a brochure from a Thai Dealer network upcoming model meeting. Shows the new CRF250m. They are kind of blacked out with either red trim or full black. Gold wheels and large front brake. Wouldn't you know it after only owning my new white CRF250l for two weeks as my Thai vacation bike. Ahh well I like the white better then all black anyways, maybe this will just give me a cheap source of wheels and front brake for next years trip.
Here in Thailand I bought mine otd with regi and 2 years full insurance for about $4500. Did a couple weeks hard riding and just did the first service and also asked them to adjust my rear spring, total cost $4 cdn. At the same time they offered to store the bike for the next year for free I just need to pay for full service when I pick it back up for next years trip.
"M" as in Motard? Sadly, it'll probably flop like the WR250X Motard version of the reasonably popular WR250R Yamaha...or not even come to the USA....
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Old 01-09-2013, 07:07 AM   #2004
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"M" as in Motard? Sadly, it'll probably flop like the WR250X Motard version of the reasonably popular WR250R Yamaha...or not even come to the USA....
Possible, but that would make an awesome commuter bike for our pot-holed North American roads.
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Old 01-09-2013, 07:16 AM   #2005
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Possible, but that would make an awesome commuter bike for our pot-holed North American roads.
If it had an 18/17 tire combo it could be interesting, but for sure it'd be 17/17 with an 18 front you could get a decent tire that would do OK offroad
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Old 01-09-2013, 07:17 AM   #2006
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Hi guys I am new to the moto world and was surprised by my misses with a brand new CRF250L for Christmas,So far I am loving it!!!! I have fitted bark busters and Protaper bars so far. So hello from Newcastle Australia

Ps I have read this whole thread, some great advice and good reading.

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Old 01-09-2013, 07:26 AM   #2007
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Old 01-09-2013, 07:52 AM   #2008
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If it had an 18/17 tire combo it could be interesting, but for sure it'd be 17/17 with an 18 front you could get a decent tire that would do OK offroad
Pirelli MT 60 RS Corsa are available in 17, but I get your point.
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Old 01-09-2013, 09:10 AM   #2009
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Dang, maybe I jumped the gun too early

Talk about sweet rides...don't generally like black, , but I can make an exception here!!
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Old 01-09-2013, 09:35 AM   #2010
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Talk about sweet rides...don't generally like black, , but I can make an exception here!!
Gold forks on the black one and gold rims on the red one would look awesome.
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