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    I rode Harley bikes for years, I always said riding a Harley was like driving a Ram Cummins Diesel as opposed to a Challenger Hellcat. Both are great in their own way. P.S. My passion was for Harley’s and Yamaha 350 RD’s. LOL...... I no longer ride I have a bad ankle plus every time I rode somebody in a car would try and kill me. I do still have 1 Harley in the garage just to look at.
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    was a good weekend of turtles running around no accidents great weather

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Man 2 View Post
    I rode Harley bikes for years, I always said riding a Harley was like driving a Ram Cummins Diesel as opposed to a Challenger Hellcat. Both are great in their own way. P.S. My passion was for Harley’s and Yamaha 350 RD’s. LOL...... I no longer ride I have a bad ankle plus every time I rode somebody in a car would try and kill me. I do still have 1 Harley in the garage just to look at.
    Yep, and ya got me on the 350RD. And have had 60 YEARS of name it, I drove or owned it. Had two friends killed on the H2 750 rattlecan 2 stroke Kaws. Been a great time, no regrets. Heres yer Cummins am the "Hellcat"..way diff "animals" But got old, bikes pickled and shop art. Never sell ANY! Die with them and the mems...

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    Oh yeah, simple love those " Noisy turtles too...

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    And when I built a Dragbike (1990 start older iron head Sporty start built to the max. no nitro, gas, for fun) lotta help them when there WAS NO internet! Mail or call..best mail so not get in there way. Also many calls the the "new guy" who shoved a V-8 in a bike, called 'Boss Hog" then, but HD said "no can do Hog" so now the Boss Hoss. Known Doug decades! "Damn Bilkers".............!


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    Did someone mention "blown"...


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    Blown??

    Quote Originally Posted by Robby321 View Post
    Did someone mention "blown"...

    Sorry, Just couldn't resist

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    Quote Originally Posted by berdes View Post
    sorry, just couldn't resist
    ha!...

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    Picked up a new toy this weekend. This thing is classified as a sport/touring bike but it has way more sport then most. Its a KTM superduke 1290GT and it makes 173 hp. I highly recommend adding one to your stable if you are thrilled by acceleration, great handling, and killer brakes. It is NOT a beginners bike or for someone that doesn't possess self restraint.

    I put a few hundred miles on it so far and it is a 10 to me.

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    Ya got yerself one Damn fine scoot there. KTM's are great bikes! Now wipe that smile off your face! Congrats! Nothing wrong with the Duck either!

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    Very nice!

    Love their attention to detail.

    173 HP........yikes!

    Self restraint or fear of dying ��

    Congrats.

    Quote Originally Posted by JPEROG View Post
    Picked up a new toy this weekend. This thing is classified as a sport/touring bike but it has way more sport then most. Its a KTM superduke 1290GT and it makes 173 hp. I highly recommend adding one to your stable if you are thrilled by acceleration, great handling, and killer brakes. It is NOT a beginners bike or for someone that doesn't possess self restraint.

    I put a few hundred miles on it so far and it is a 10 to me.

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    I'd rather be competitive w/junk I built in my garage than win w/stuff I bought.


    I refuse to allow common sense to interfere w/my boat buying decisions.


    Checkmate 16' 140 Johnson
    Hydrostream 17' Vector FrankenRude I
    Laser 480 (?) 21' w/GT 200
    Glastron Carlson Conquest w/XP 2.6
    Glastron Carlson CVX 20 w/XP 2.6
    24' Sonic w/twin 250 Johnsons
    24' Sonic w/twin 250 HO Johnsons
    19' STV River Rocket w/FrankenRude II
    Allison XR 2002 w/Frankenrude II
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    They show them running 10:20s on some videos. Its amazing just how fast it revs for a 1310cc twin. Running any thing above 3000, you better have a plan.

    Joe

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    10.20’s......, wow.

    It is amazing to me what you can do w/a V-twin if you give up on the Harley thing!

    I was reading about Eric Buells team this yr.

    Holly hell.
    Way cool.

    Quote Originally Posted by JPEROG View Post
    They show them running 10:20s on some videos. Its amazing just how fast it revs for a 1310cc twin. Running any thing above 3000, you better have a plan.

    Joe
    I'd rather be competitive w/junk I built in my garage than win w/stuff I bought.


    I refuse to allow common sense to interfere w/my boat buying decisions.


    Checkmate 16' 140 Johnson
    Hydrostream 17' Vector FrankenRude I
    Laser 480 (?) 21' w/GT 200
    Glastron Carlson Conquest w/XP 2.6
    Glastron Carlson CVX 20 w/XP 2.6
    24' Sonic w/twin 250 Johnsons
    24' Sonic w/twin 250 HO Johnsons
    19' STV River Rocket w/FrankenRude II
    Allison XR 2002 w/Frankenrude II
    Hydrostream 18' V-King w/Frankenrude II

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