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I kid! But seriously though, I found this forum a few weeks ago while looking for info on something completely unrelated & now I'm getting ready to go to my dealer in a few minutes & pic up a new DRZ-SM!! I just haven't been able to get it out of my mind, so... Out with the Vstrom & in with the DR!http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/images/smilies/banana.gif

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Welcome to the insanity. Tell your wife to carry all bank and credit cards and checks otherwise the moding bug will get you to.

Have fun.

The bug

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Welcome, I've been thinking about how nice it would be to have a vstrom with the drz.

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Yeah, already have a full Muzzy exhaust on the way! The Vstrom is a great all around bike, it just wasn't screaming "RIDE ME" anymore.

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Yeah, already have a full Muzzy exhaust on the way! The Vstrom is a great all around bike, it just wasn't screaming "RIDE ME" anymore.

Ohhhhhhhh..... this one will scream pleanty...... Welcome to the dark side....

Erling

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Has anyone explained to him that the new guy has to buy all of Williams samiches for a month?

Welcome to the nuthouse.

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welcome and coution thier is not a cure for modding fever except for more modding

Guess What? I got a fever, and the only prescription... is more modding!

--Christopher Walken

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Pictures, I want pictures!

Didn't someone ask for pictures earlier?

Oh snap....................that was me!

Where are my D@%$ pictures! :lol:

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Hahahaha!! We lured another one into the trap!

Welcome!

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Hahahaha!! We lured another one into the trap!

Welcome!

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Enjoy you new bank account and time vampire.

Welcome to the club

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Here are your d@#$ pictures! Sorry it took so long.

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:smirk:Mmmmmmm... new bike smell!

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