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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.
More than twisties?
Yea... my bike shifts gravity 90*
A couple more to make up for the 690 foo foo...
(And because you californian's are lucky fucks and take it all for granted... )
I have had the TT skidplate with the tool box for five years. I wrap extra bolts and special tools in a heavy gauge plastic bag, then inner tubing. Not much room at all. Looks like access and storage may be even more limited on this skidplate.
I'm moving my 410 to the other side of the garage away from my 950!!!!
very tidy set up.
im interested in how you find the spare fuel cans.
do they get in the way of your legs.
Thanks for the info.
I'd also like to hear from the OP as to the cost of the bike in Greece. Perhaps the price would be less in other parts of the world (non-US), that could justify a fly-n-ride
Another ride in paradise, São Miguel - Azores
Vista do Rei - Sete Cidades
And the vídeo:
Full ride report in:
EEEEEeeek! My TE610 and 950 are sitting side by side in the garage... that photo scares me
:eek1 are you kidding about the lower price in Europe , it should be around 23 000 eur or 31 500 USD
Used ones can be find for lower amount that's for sure
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the price in greece is 28,000
28,000.00 EUR = 38,614.80 USD :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1 :eek1
Well a fiver here and there and you should be ok
Way cheaper than a Land Cruiser, and alot more fun.
EUR, USD or ?
17,500 loonies here in Canuck land for a 2010
12900 loonies for my 08 when I bought it
My friend Nige and his new bike.