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    Dilly are you still dreaming about a bike.

    I remember Betty dreaming about motor bike, never happened.

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    Im a hairy arsed biker nowadays Rat





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    what happened to the Rebel with the yellow tank.

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    Its behind that fat arse

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    Heh Dill I've never seen the yellow Rebel Let's see that one and whos' bike are you sitting on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliminator
    and whos' bike are you sitting on?
    ronald macdonalds - tank is yellow from sperm

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    First puncture and pitstop faster than an F1 wheel change



    They stick a tool into the tyre to make the whole bigger, then insert whatever that brown shit is inside and your good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post



    They stick a tool into the tyre to make the whole bigger, then insert whatever that brown shit is inside and your good to go.

    Its called a tyre plug, actually illegal in some countries for some reason.

    Have put them into drag slicks and then run multiple 200mph passes without issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    They stick a tool into the tyre to make the whole bigger, then insert whatever that brown shit is inside and your good to go.
    I have one of those tools I keep in my truck Dilly. I even have an on-board compressor from VIAIR. Works great. I wouldn't do any high speed blasts as those plugs can fly out. Happens a lot in the US. In fact those tools are illegal to use in US but every store still sells them..

    Get it opened up and patched from the inside.

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    Thais are good at that sorta thing, or at least they have enough of those kinda shops around.

    Were even able to sort it out when I had a razor blade and two screws inserted into my tires on three separate occasions.


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    Looks like both Rebel 300 and 500 models have Dunlop D404 tires.

    They're good enough.

    Most of those 300cc bikes come with IRC crap. Upgrading to even the bottom range of Pirelli or Michelin is advisable, and only around 5k baht for a set. But those Dunlops are probably okay for a while, just try to avoid those nails and/or nasty neighbors.

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    I have been considering the Kawasaki W800 Moto. I really like the "murdered" look. But I'd have to give up the Yamaha R3 I have been dicking around on and I like the lil fkr. Fun ass bike and now with the Leo Vince Titanium exhaust its loud and fun.

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    If you decide to get rid of the R3 that's fully modded gimme a shout first, might be interested in that for the Ratchaburi/Kanchanaburi mountain runs.

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    W800 Moto?

    I will google in a sec but im guessing Moto cross bike?

    I wanna give this a go for a full day, gets great reviews


    https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attracti..._Province.html

    Anyone used them?

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    Ahhh, maybe you wont be going through any rice land then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    If you decide to get rid of the R3 that's fully modded gimme a shout first, might be interested in that for the Ratchaburi/Kanchanaburi mountain runs.
    Will do LuLu. I went and looked at the W800. Its a nice ride. Wife says I'm nuts and do not need it. I agree with her assessment on both accounts but that doesn't stop me. I had 2 R1's in the US.

    The R3 is pretty well set up. Have air cleaner from Yamaha Racing US, Dynojet Power commander 5 with base program (Still have a small lean back fire at low speed shifts.)Have rear fender eliminator kit. Haven't installed the quiksets yet. Factory donuts on the R3 are actually quite good once you get the skin off them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    W800 Moto?

    I will google in a sec but im guessing Moto cross bike?
    Sorry Dilly, I am used to calling my Motorcycles "Moto's"

    The Kawi W800 is a cruiser type bike. They offer in Blue with chrome spoked wheels or murdered. Murdered looks the best. The 800 is plenty of power to get into trouble.

    Here is the link W800 AUTHENTIC CLASSIC APPEAL: CLASSIC BEAUTY + VINTAGE RIDE FEEL + HISTORIC ROOTS

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    I've got a friend with a 2010 Kawasaki 250 for sale if anyone is interested. It's got 25k on it and looks mint. He want 60k for it if anyone is interested, just let me know and I will get pics.

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    Time to do some touring.Got a helmet cam coming soon so will do some You tube vids of me undertakin, riding into oncoming traffic and speeding past mocy taxis

    Been pottering around the beach towns on the Eastern seaboard this weekend.

    Rayong



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    I think thats a squid boat with all the lights




    Off to Sa Kaew Naval beach now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Or this 400cc machine if you want a bigger bike.



    ???? Centaur - CENTAUR THAILAND
    I've seen a few of those around. They all looked a bit worn for what must be fairly new bikes.

    How about the GPX Legend. 200cc.


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    Nice Pics Dillinger

    Hey you just moto around and relax? Sounds nice. I was thinking of tossing the R3 in the back of the Revo and heading down south. Park truck at a Villa and go blazing around.

    I still think the W800 would be fun with the wifey. The R3 is a solo only deal. I even have the race rear cowl on it so can't put 2.

    Enjoy and nice pics....Stop with the food pics though, Albeit any and all alcohol pics are 100% supported...

    What cam you got for the Helmet? I have the GoPro Hero 5 and the set up to mount on the fairing. Did a few fun vids. You will find Helmet cams are way to busy as you forget they are on and you look all over and when you watch later they make ya sick....

    Are you going to use the nice Pink colored full face helmet the dealer sells for 300 baht or you have a nice head bucket? You get what you pay for on helmets

    Cheers.....

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    You fecking pooves,buy a proper motorbike and send the missus,kids and luggage by taxi.
    The Suter MMX 500 is an exclusive racing motorcycle, which is also marked by its strictly limited edition status of 99 bikes.
    Developed and produced by our racing division, this technical master[at]piece is built for skillful hands and appreciating hearts only.

    Two stroke enthusiasts worldwide were longing for a racing machine of this kind. So we decided to build the first ever four cylinder V4 500cc two stroke factory bike for the public.

    We offer 195hp @ 13’000 rpm with an astonishing weight of 127kg for 128‘000 Swiss Francs. Maximum speeds in excess of 310 km/h are then in the hands of the pilot …

    It’s the proof of our passion.
    http://www.suterproducts.com/suter-m..._store=deutsch



    Fascists dress in black and go around telling people what to do, whereas priests... more drink!

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey View Post
    You fecking pooves,buy a proper motorbike and send the missus,kids and luggage by taxi.
    The Suter MMX 500 is an exclusive racing motorcycle, which is also marked by its strictly limited edition status of 99 bikes.
    Developed and produced by our racing division, this technical master[at]piece is built for skillful hands and appreciating hearts only.

    Two stroke enthusiasts worldwide were longing for a racing machine of this kind. So we decided to build the first ever four cylinder V4 500cc two stroke factory bike for the public.

    We offer 195hp @ 13’000 rpm with an astonishing weight of 127kg for 128‘000 Swiss Francs. Maximum speeds in excess of 310 km/h are then in the hands of the pilot …

    It’s the proof of our passion.
    Suter MMX 500 - Motorcycles



    That is an Aprilia wrapped in another body work. Swing arm is a tell tale sign. I had a Aprilia in the US for 6 months. Had to unload it, could not register it, 2 strokes in California are illegal.

    If you spend time you can find a NSR250SP here in Thailand. With a jet kit and a better oiler, Titanium exhaust you can make it fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    Looking to take it up a notch having just got my bike license
    Sorry, late to this thread - is Dilly still alive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    i wanna grow a moustache like Terry 57 and start my own gang called The Bandildos.

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