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I on this Slovakiaring Racetrack

1. Turn from me
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-136 hp of the crankshaft
-BKG fork bridge with a HyperPro steering silencer Holder is individual product
- Lucas Foot rest
-Tail subdividel changed
-LED Arrow indicator
-rear hugger bodystyle
-Titax lever
-PC III USB
-switching machine QS
-front fork with Öhlins components
-643 Wilbers suspension strut
-TTS Anti hopping clutch
-big TurnOne air box
-HRC funnels
-easier Dynamo rotor (-800 g)
-short piston stroke gas handle
-15/41 525- Melvin Stahlflex brake line
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ThAt is awesome man, did you take a video too?


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I am this on the video.

-136 hp of the crankshaft
-BKG fork bridge with a HyperPro steering silencer Holder is individual product
- Lucas Foot rest
-Tail subdividel changed
-LED Arrow indicator
-rear hugger bodystyle
-Titax lever
-PC III USB
-switching machine QS
-front fork with Öhlins components
-643 Wilbers suspension strut
-TTS Anti hopping clutch
-big TurnOne air box
-HRC funnels
-easier Dynamo rotor (-800 g)
-short piston stroke gas handle
-15/41 525- Melvin Stahlflex brake line
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Great photo of rider and bike.
In the video it looked like you twice almost lost the front.
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Sweet!! I'm all jealous...

Whatever I lack in HP I make up for in just plain ol' crazy!!

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It was the rear wheel which slipped.

Es war das Hinterrad, welches rutschte.

-136 hp of the crankshaft
-BKG fork bridge with a HyperPro steering silencer Holder is individual product
- Lucas Foot rest
-Tail subdividel changed
-LED Arrow indicator
-rear hugger bodystyle
-Titax lever
-PC III USB
-switching machine QS
-front fork with Öhlins components
-643 Wilbers suspension strut
-TTS Anti hopping clutch
-big TurnOne air box
-HRC funnels
-easier Dynamo rotor (-800 g)
-short piston stroke gas handle
-15/41 525- Melvin Stahlflex brake line
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Are there other SP1/SP2 owners you ride with, or are they rare in your area?
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It was still a 2nd SP.
The VTR is too slow opposite the new motorcycles.

Es war noch eine 2.SP mit dabei.
Die VTR ist zu langsam gegenüber den neuen Motorrädern.

-136 hp of the crankshaft
-BKG fork bridge with a HyperPro steering silencer Holder is individual product
- Lucas Foot rest
-Tail subdividel changed
-LED Arrow indicator
-rear hugger bodystyle
-Titax lever
-PC III USB
-switching machine QS
-front fork with Öhlins components
-643 Wilbers suspension strut
-TTS Anti hopping clutch
-big TurnOne air box
-HRC funnels
-easier Dynamo rotor (-800 g)
-short piston stroke gas handle
-15/41 525- Melvin Stahlflex brake line
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The VTR is too slow opposite the new motorcycles.
Don't let Wingnutt hear you say that. He'll take you off the Xmas list!!

Whatever I lack in HP I make up for in just plain ol' crazy!!

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For this the VTR many people afterwards look.

Dafür schauen der VTR viele Leute hinterher.

-136 hp of the crankshaft
-BKG fork bridge with a HyperPro steering silencer Holder is individual product
- Lucas Foot rest
-Tail subdividel changed
-LED Arrow indicator
-rear hugger bodystyle
-Titax lever
-PC III USB
-switching machine QS
-front fork with Öhlins components
-643 Wilbers suspension strut
-TTS Anti hopping clutch
-big TurnOne air box
-HRC funnels
-easier Dynamo rotor (-800 g)
-short piston stroke gas handle
-15/41 525- Melvin Stahlflex brake line
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