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My Shockwave player seems to have been smoking crack, and has burnt the cells needed for that operation.

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Here I am with money burning an hole in my pocket and you show me THAT video!

Dam it... off to the Bike shop now..... :cry:

Andy

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134 KG ????????

Smeging Hek That’s heavy

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The begining is good... the its just a bunch of language that dosn't compute in my head

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I want one bad - in Black of course !

Anyone hear of a release date yet ?

As mentioned above, I went down to the dealer today (UK) and placed my order for a Black one :cry:

Delivery is stated as 'Early March'.........

Kid waiting for Christmas springs to mind.........:cry:

Andy

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There is such a thing as too much yellow. The yellow headlight fairing was pushing it, but the fork guards are what made it go over the top with yellowness. I hope they make a whole bunch of black ones because they look much better.

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It runs as if saved to my computer, but I dont get the save as when right clicking. Do you use a pay for version of Shockwave??

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134 KG ????????

Smeging Hek That’s heavy

Too heavy is when I cant stand it back up. :cry:

I don't think any are going to Australia anyways

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