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6 minutes ago, Khriss said:

Nope, went on loose women, k

Your about the same age as this loose woman Khriss with a K  (Nice Baps) 

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14 hours ago, Baldbloke said:

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Hopefully picking up a third machine tomorrow.

Always fancied an 850 Le Mans but was put off by mates that said they were a real handful in the wet. All the torque making them squirm.

 

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Think electrics on Motoguzzi werent clever neither, course now plenty of upgrades fr that 🙄 K

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I sold 4 bikes over lockdown which were bought as projects.mostly classics 

Recently I’ve seen a cheap 200hp outboard and thinking of attempting at trying to put that in a bike .probably a stupid idea but think of the power 

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1 hour ago, Jack.P said:

I sold 4 bikes over lockdown which were bought as projects.mostly classics 

Recently I’ve seen a cheap 200hp outboard and thinking of attempting at trying to put that in a bike .probably a stupid idea but think of the power 

Think about how you are going to cool it first. 

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2 hours ago, Cowmop said:

Will this count?
Our new Yamaha Kodiak 700.74ccbe96f15597e03a454bec7cff5b56.jpg

Nice saw rack on that too ( mudguard) K

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Love Motoguzzis, never could afford one  K

Not too expensive unless you go for the sought after ones

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Always fancied an 850 Le Mans but was put off by mates that said they were a real handful in the wet. All the torque making them squirm.
 

70/80 horse power is not a lot when modern bikes are making more than double that
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