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Did some work on the bike for a trip.........think I fell in luv with the ole XR again Belive it or not Ive got 15 hours tearing the bike down and getting ready for my trip..............and one case of beer of course :cry: :cry:

http://http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v514/kevxr416/XR416017.jpg

http://http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v514/kevxr416/XR416009.jpg

http://http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v514/kevxr416/XR416008.jpg

even polished up the header and exhaust looks like brand new :cry: .......also put the head lite back on :cry: ............she dont look to bad with it............. hmmmmmmmmm I think I'm going weigh her tomorrow fully loaded with fuel maybe I'll just cancel that 450X order and throw a E-start on this thing :cry:

Especially after I did wheelie's in the parking lot at work :devil:

nothing like the power of a wheelie in Jan. in chicago :devil::D :D :mad:

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wow thats a beautiful bike! too bad you have to wait to get her dirty again!:cry::cry::cry:
I'm leaving Wed. for a 6 day get her dirty, burn up the tire's, and give myself monkey butt, smash the bark buster's, burn up the engine, good ole beer drinking hell raising time :cry::devil::D:worthy::mad::D :D :mad::cry::devil::D

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beautiful bike!!!!:cry: :cry: :cry: i love the graphics.... makes my 400 look like a piece of shit and i really take good care of it

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where did you get the gas tank and tank shroud, I like that, is that the same plastic they use on the 650 or aftermarket plastic you bought. I think that's sweet man:applause: :cry: :cry: :cry:

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Looks great!

Where are going on a ride? Somewhwre warm I hope.

Have fun.

Mark

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wow thats such a nice lookin bike I'd be afraid to get it dirty.:cry:

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where did you get the gas tank and tank shroud, I like that, is that the same plastic they use on the 650 or aftermarket plastic you bought. I think that's sweet man:applause: :cry: :cry: :cry:

www.aloop.com

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Nice, brother! You need to get into the Garage and show all your mods. Where are you going riding?

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WOW didnt expext that response guys I'll post more pics. and all the mods. when I get a chance I'm scrambling between work and getting ready for this trip :devil: going to southern TN. maybe AL. and KY fer sure :cry:

I know .........ya can hear the banjo's playing right now :cry: :cry:

I'm glad ya guy's like it's got alot of $$$$ in it to keep up with all XR's vs. the world :D :D :cry: just keep thinking that its cheaper putting more mods. than buying a new bike :devil: plus I tear it down monthly and clean it top to bottom :cry:

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Dang! About 16 hours too far east for me. Plus, I don't know if my bike would be able to breathe at that altitude!:cry:

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Dang! About 16 hours too far east for me. Plus, I don't know if my bike would be able to breathe at that altitude!:cry:
Yeah what like 2 ft. :cry: .......................:cry::devil::cry: :cry:

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Yeah what like 2 ft. :cry: .......................:cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:
EXACTLY!!!:devil:

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Regulator's...........mount up !!!!!!!!!!!!

It's funny I say that to my kids when we get into the truck..........and of course they look at me like I have a finger growing out of my forehead :cry: :cry:

That movie is a classic :cry:

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Holy Shit that is one of the best XR4's Ive ever seen!

It nearly looks as nice as mine! :cry:

Na, seriously that looks ****ing Ausome!

And yea, hurry up and get it in a gararge! So we can check it out all your mods!

Good job!:cry:

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"Did ya see the size of them chickens!?" :cry: Another line from that movie that's classic.

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