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post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-15-2012, 09:28 AM
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Also the sport bike's frames, brakes and suspension are designed with that power in mind. Consider the riding position on the 150hp custom versus the sport bike.
That 150hp has to sound real nice tho !!!

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Just my 2cents but I have ridden ultra high HP sport bikes and it is apples to oranges, The power curve on a big V twin would be enormous on the bottom end, Where sport bikes get into the power mid range up.

This bike would be fun to play with but would take a experienced rider and a whole lot of Disiplyn not to hurt your self, as for me I think I would pass on it.
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I'd ride it with a throttle stop.
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I'd ride the damn thing as long as my ass didn't go numb from having a band-aid for a seat......which would take about a 1/2 an hour!
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Dont much care for the cop, but dam that mill would be nice

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I'd ride the damn thing as long as my ass didn't go numb from having a band-aid for a seat......which would take about a 1/2 an hour!
Band-aid, or postage stamp............
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Dang, can't even imagine having that engine! I still ride a stock evo 80CI and don't have any complaints. But dang, that engines huge! First good bump I hit I'd probably crack the throttle and wake up in the hospital!

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Dont much care for the cop, but dam that mill would be nice

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I may be stupid or off on the terminology but what cop are you talking about? Or did you mean chop?

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