Board tracker replica for the usa?

Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by moto-scoot bill, Jul 5, 2012.

  1. moto-scoot bill

    moto-scoot bill Been here awhile

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    GUYS,

    THIS HAS A VERY GOOD CHANCE OF COMING TO THE USA IN THE FUTURE AS A STREET LEGAL BIKE.....WHAT DO YOU THINK?

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  2. moto-scoot bill

    moto-scoot bill Been here awhile

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  3. pbarmy

    pbarmy Long timer

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    Seems too small to be practical.(Thats what she said!:lol3)
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  4. blaine.hale

    blaine.hale Long timer

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    It looks goofy as all get out but I encourage anything out of the norm here. I know the trendy moped guys here in atlanta would eat that up.
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  5. lrutt

    lrutt SILENCE.....i kill you

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    would look better with a vertical 150 or 200 in there to fill the space a bit.
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  6. bk brkr baker

    bk brkr baker Long timer

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    How many gallons does the tank hold ?

    If the motor gets 100 mpg and the tank is 4 gallons , I could ride all the way to a good chiropractor in Atlanta on one tank.
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  7. R85/8

    R85/8 Been here awhile

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    Needs a Punsun V-twin motor and a belt drive
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  8. P B G

    P B G Long timer

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    My opinion... I love board-trackers. But this just doesn't hit the mark. Its like every component is missized, stretched out, and in the wrong place. And then the shapes of the frame are wrong.

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    I'll take a real underbone bike anyday.
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  9. Jon-Lars

    Jon-Lars Jon-Lars

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    I think you should stop using this forum as free advertising for your business venture.
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  10. nachtflug

    nachtflug infidel

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    should be a big seller. at least 5-6 a year.
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  11. ghostdncr

    ghostdncr Burnin' daylight...

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    Swap the front end out with a girder or springer unit and just forget about that hot mess of an engine. Sell it as a rolling frame kit and you might move some of them.
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  12. DesmoDog

    DesmoDog Desmo's my dog

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    Yeah, ^What he said...

    What specific bike is this one supposedly replicating?
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  13. Hawk Medicine

    Hawk Medicine Coyote's Brother

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    I agree!

    Keep your advertising off of ADV!

    Aside from that, I think that your new bike is both ugly and disfunctional. Theres no doubt in my mind that it'll be cheap but I'd rather ride a scooter.
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  14. OldPete

    OldPete Be aware

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  15. M-Cat

    M-Cat 2 wheeled slacker

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    Wrong front end.
    Big, ugly frame.
    Small engine.
    Board-tracker? WTF?
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  16. MIOB

    MIOB Long timer

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    I think it's obvious that someone thought "hey, boardtrackers are 'in', nice way to make money".

    It's a hideous device that seems to have been designed to profit from achievements by others in the past of which neither the maker nor the design has contributed the least bit too. Calling it a board tracker is like taking a kids drawing and signing it with 'van Gogh'.
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  17. lrutt

    lrutt SILENCE.....i kill you

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    wow, isn't that what the Chinese do best???
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  18. Aghartha

    Aghartha Awesome

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    Jesus Christ this is hideous. What a disaster.
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  19. ghostdncr

    ghostdncr Burnin' daylight...

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    This stab at free marketing research is going well, don't you think? :lol3
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  20. moto-scoot bill

    moto-scoot bill Been here awhile

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    this is not my business venture.....grow up....yes i am a motorcycle dealer, so i do get information on products that are being tested for possible production. Asking for imput from knowledgable riders is called feed-back........the thing is miles away from ever coming here, so if you have anyting constructive to add, please do, otherwise, quit being some little terrier that barks at everything..
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