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Lamont:

Something you can appreciate unrelated to the 109!

Yesterday I hear this sweet sound of a smooth, purring motor and distinct exhaust note. Low and behold a friend of mine wheels into the driveway with a beautiful yellow 1999 Honda Valk. The first thing came into mind was you and your yellow beast. He had a Harley dresser, sold it and within two days found the Valk. The bike is flawless with 1900 original miles! I repeat 1900 original. He stole it for $8700.00 from the original owner. I'm envious. I sat on the bike and the stock seat is pillow soft and the motor runs so smooth it's almost unreal. Gave my buddy some info about your web and he's going to check it out!
 

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bob109 said:
Lamont:

Something you can appreciate unrelated to the 109!

Yesterday I hear this sweet sound of a smooth, purring motor and distinct exhaust note. Low and behold a friend of mine wheels into the driveway with a beautiful yellow 1999 Honda Valk. The first thing came into mind was you and your yellow beast. He had a Harley dresser, sold it and within two days found the Valk. The bike is flawless with 1900 original miles! I repeat 1900 original. He stole it for $8700.00 from the original owner. I'm envious. I sat on the bike and the stock seat is pillow soft and the motor runs so smooth it's almost unreal. Gave my buddy some info about your web and he's going to check it out!
That's a good deal and they are smooth.
This is on a SuperCharged Valkyrie.
http://f6rider.com/NickelTrick.mpg
http://www.f6rider.com/penny.mpg
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bob109 said:
:bigthumbsup: That is absolutely awesome.....I think I could do that on a Harley with some quick setting epoxy :D :D :D
On the Harley you see how far you can pitch it. ;) :joke:
 
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