The "I Love My Super Duke!" Thread

Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by Bald Kirk, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. Bald Kirk

    Bald Kirk Dances with Dirt Bikes

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    I just got back from another fantastic ride on the Super Duke.

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    Light, nimble, awesome brakes, plenty of power and relatively comfortable.

    Who else is in love?
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  2. bfriend

    bfriend n00b

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    Count me in. Orange 2007 myself. Love it!
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  3. Cortez

    Cortez BAZINGA!

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    :lurk
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  4. bitemeback

    bitemeback electriceel125

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    Maybe I should start a "Im in college and am too broke to afford a Super Duke" thread?
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  5. jfurf

    jfurf Been here awhile

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    Yer exhaust is downright psychedelic. :freaky
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  6. lostlobos

    lostlobos Adventurer

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    Count me in Kirk . You are absolutely right. What a bike !!! Never failed to put a grin on my face. The Duke always makes me ride too fast.

    light and nimble --- agree

    awesome brakes ---- definitely

    plenty of power ----- enuf to wet my pants

    relatively comfortable ------ only when you go too fast to care



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  7. Terrytori

    Terrytori Namaste

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    :clap

    What's not to love?

    Damn... didn't i leave myself open.

    It's a great scoot man. Enjoy it large.
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  8. XR6MOTO

    XR6MOTO Motorcycle addict

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    I :raabia my SD!...
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  9. TT RDHS

    TT RDHS Been here awhile

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    Me too!
    <a href="http://photobucket.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://i299.photobucket.com/albums/mm307/ttrdhs/TT%20RDHS/DSCI0024.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>
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  10. D.T.

    D.T. Difficult but useful

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    Damn you rich bastards that can afford this stuff!! :flip

    Those Ti full systems are purdy.

    I'd rather have a SMT with the Ti goodies. Then I woke up. :loaded
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  11. s10rat

    s10rat Long timer

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    Nice colour configuration...probably the best!!!
    I'd make that front light black also...
    if it was mine:cry:lol3
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  12. Cortez

    Cortez BAZINGA!

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    :stupid:cry
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  13. soundasleeprecording

    soundasleeprecording genuine pleather seating

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    let there be no doubt:

    Best Bike Ever.

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  14. gallinastrips

    gallinastrips Been here awhile

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    How do they handle rough pavement? One of the bikes I will be considering for sure. Also, should that pipe be blue that far back?:super Seems like it might need a fuel mixture adjustment or something?
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  15. (none)

    (none) poser

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    They run a dry clutch setup? Love the coloring of the Ti exhaust
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  16. D.T.

    D.T. Difficult but useful

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    Yeah, you running some kinda aerospace fuel in them tings? Liquid nitrogen perhaps?? :lol3
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  17. m. Super duke

    m. Super duke n00b

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    Hello from Montreal Canada.

    I am jealous of you guys, we are getting into the spring season and I was only able to ride my bike for 5-6 km's.

    I love this bike, by far the best I've owned so far.

    I need your help on something, I am trying to purchase some Pazzo levers but the company in vancouver, British Columbia hasn't been able to theirs hands on a SD990 yest and therefore, they are not able to design these levers (www.pazzoracing.com).

    They are looking for a local SD990 owner in the vancouver area and would require to have the bike in their possesion for a few days.

    Can anyone help ?

    Thanks !
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  18. Bald Kirk

    Bald Kirk Dances with Dirt Bikes

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    They run a wet clutch that uses an oil jet. You are refering to the plexiglass clutch cover on Lostlobos bike?
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  19. jcarlson9

    jcarlson9 Been here awhile

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    There not that expensive (used).about 8 grand for a good used one:freaky
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  20. jcarlson9

    jcarlson9 Been here awhile

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    hey,whats that ugly bike in the background ?:lol3
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