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I was on the GAS GAS site yesterday...2005 GasGas 450 FSE sure does look nice. If I were back in the U.S. and had a GasGas dealer close by I'd be darned tempted to buy one...Looks like it's street legal (blinkers)...well at least maybe in some states...Is that engine made by Suzuki?? Looks very similar to DRZ engine...Would really like to try that Fuel Injected carb to see what it's like...I think in another 10 years or so we'll all be on fuel injection whether we want it or not (Cuz of emissions)...Anybody here thinking about getting this bike??

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We have a dealer nearby, mostly he has GasGas quads/ATVs in his showroom, but he will order gas gas bikes and does service them.

I was seriously looking at the FSE, but I think one day I may buy a Gasgas two stroke, meanwhile for my main dual sport I'm keeping the DRZ S. For my off road bike, even if I could get it tagged in CA I'm not gonna. I don't want any more blinkers on my dirt bike. Here's is my dirt bike choice. It's even prettier then the FSE;

http://www.husqvarnausa.com/2005/images/360x260/te510_1.jpg

this next link is an austrailian bike that has the license plate holder on the tail of the bike. Its a good pic.

http://motoxotica.com/2005%20Husky%20TE450.jpeg

I've seen some of Gasgas 2 strokes in action and I like the way they sound and seem to go strong everywhere. I bet the FSE 4 stroke is a cool bike, yes that does look like a DRZ style motor. GG and husky share the same Marzocchi front forks.

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it is very similar looking to the drz engine but certianly not the same engine. this very topic was discussed about 6 months ago.

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