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Oops, I forgot. I'll go home and "meditate" over it. . . :thumbsup:

Word! I'm meditating right now to try and help you make up your mind...

sell both...

sell both...

sell both...

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Just think Tim, you could extend your helping hand across the vast Pacific to the dry and miserable deserts of Arizona. Your love and devotion to your fellow man would be witnessed by the entire world and blessing of joy and happiness would befall you.

P.S. Your wallet would get heavier too.

ben

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Just think Tim, you could extend your helping hand across the vast Pacific to the dry and miserable deserts of Arizona. Your love and devotion to your fellow man would be witnessed by the entire world and blessing of joy and happiness would befall you.

P.S. Your wallet would get heavier too.

ben

What poetry! :thumbsup:

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I like the idea of gearing the 450 and rarely having to shift. Maybe I'll upgrade to the 450 one day. Red- your about my size and weight. How do you feel on it compared to the 250?

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Okay Arizonians. . . RB check your PM's. . . Dang!

Woot Woot!!!!

Thank you Tim

ben

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I like the idea of gearing the 450 and rarely having to shift. Maybe I'll upgrade to the 450 one day. Red- your about my size and weight. How do you feel on it compared to the 250?

I'm running stock gear (13-48), so I never need to shift except for the tightest of inside lines or the longest straights. My bike pulls so hard that I can keep it in third alot. I love riding 250f's. I like the way they rev, that's why I'm in the process of changing the power delivery of my 450. Right now it revs really fast, but I'm contemplating lightening the flywheel to get it to rev WAY fast. I don't like chuggy motors. I can ride a 250f pretty much the same as a 450, just with more shifting.

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Don't tell those Arizonians, but I'm really sending them two worn-out, porcupined, Baja-run stock aluminum sprockets. . . Moo-ha, ha, ha. . . ! :thumbsup:

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Don't tell those Arizonians, but I'm really sending them two worn-out, porcupined, Baja-run stock aluminum sprockets. . . Moo-ha, ha, ha. . . ! :thumbsup:

haha,

I also have like new 49 ironman if anyone wants too give me offers only has 2 rides on it..

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Can I ask why you are selling it Gixxer?

I may want your sprocket as well if the price is right. PM me.

ben

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Can I ask why you are selling it Gixxer?

I may want your sprocket as well if the price is right. PM

I did not like it bc had too shift alot more then the 48 it also seemed too spin alot more..

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Can I ask why you are selling it Gixxer?

I may want your sprocket as well if the price is right. PM

I did not like it bc had too shift alot more then the 48 it also seemed too spin alot more..

I want it too. Me and Ben are gonna be sprocket swappin' fools. :thumbsup:

I'm really curious to try the 49 on my bike. Are you going to make it to ET so I can try your 49 and you can try my 50?

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I want it too. Me and Ben are gonna be sprocket swappin' fools. :thumbsup:

I'm really curious to try the 49 on my bike. Are you going to make it to ET so I can try your 49 and you can try my 50?

well it's sitting here..

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RB, looks like I can make it to ET on Sunday. I'll give you a call. I'm off on Friday so I won't be on the computer much during the day.

ben

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I'm real happy with the wear I'm getting out of SideWinder sprocket & chains. :thumbsup:

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