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    What it is? Not Verified Feedback Score 0 ViperZ's Avatar
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    Just picked up a new ride :D

    With the Stealth being down and under heavy construction, I've really missed having something fun to cruise around with. After alot of searching I finally found the exact bike I wanted, just picked it up earlier this week. I never ride without a helmet and also have the gloves and jacket to go with it. It has never seem wheelies or any stunting (at least with the 2nd owner) and won't under my ownership. The power is enough for me and I still have yet to really lay into it, definitely want to get more comfortable and get used to the way the bike drives before doing any shenanigans. It's so much fun to drive!

    99' GSXR 750 SRAD
    9k miles
    Power Commander II
    K&N Intake
    Yoshimura RS-3 full exhaust system
    Flush undertail brake light kit
    Solo and passenger seats
    Tank pad
    Smoked windscreen
    Frame sliders

    On the shelf:
    Flush mount turn signals
    Adjustable lowering links

    Last edited by ViperZ; 06-19-2011 at 06:35 PM.

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    | @/|/| +|2()|/| verified Feedback Score 6 (100%) terrets's Avatar
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    Fox Cities, WI
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    Nice looking bike, bet that pipe sounds soo nice...

    Too bad its a Suzuki...

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    Sharp bike. Yoshimura makes a helluva good exhaust. Want to get the Yoshimura carbon slip on for my CRF450R but it's spendy (~$1,000).

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    LW fears my posts Not Verified Feedback Score 1 (100%)
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    Nice bike. The Gixxer 750 was king back then, it could hang with the liter bikes of the other manufacturers (and kill a CBR9xx around a track.) It's a little dated now, but still a fun bike. I had a 97, loved it.


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