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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    That's a TOTAL abomination, and EPIC FAIL!

    Marco.
    Yeah. Not my type of bike or bike styling, but they sound bloody awsome!


    Here's the current version. It's ghastly!


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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Still 'a sheep in wolf's clothing' though!
    Maybe, all depends if the engine has been tuned (and perhaps modded/uprated)...

    I mean the basis of my car, for example, is simply a fairly mundane Mercedes C-350 Elegance, but add some nice Brabus bits, sports suspension, uprated brakes and shocks, quad sports exhaust system, 19" rims/low-profile tyres, and a sweet remap - and the animal is unleashed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Yeah. Not my type of bike or bike styling, but they sound bloody awsome!


    Here's the current version. It's ghastly!

    JEEZ, what DA FUCK is that???????????

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    out of interest who did the remap?
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    My trusted mechanic (more than that really, as he's a real specialist in tuning modern engines), using a program developed by a friend of his who works for NASCAR. It almost completely eliminates turbo-lag and the power delivery is both seamless and immense!

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    I also rather like this - Yamaha Star Bolt Scrambler:



    Nice 'n' brutal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    I also rather like this - Yamaha Star Bolt Scrambler:



    Nice 'n' brutal!

    Marco.
    Oh my word, that is stunning. Compared to that Valkyrie rehash which is just an abomination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    I also rather like this - Yamaha Star Bolt Scrambler:



    Nice 'n' brutal!

    Marco.
    I'm sure nobody would suggest for one minute that Yamaha pinched the styling from a Harley Davidson dirt racer.


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    Lol - maybe they did, but they made it look much nicer!

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    love all these......




    or nice army livery maybe



    These days this will be more my style

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