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isle of wight
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The perfect bike

Postby isle of wight » Thu Nov 30, 2017 11:33 pm

After my GTS acquisition I got my Bike bug back and bought a MK 2 VFR which was my all time favourite bike. I alternate between the two as they both give different grin factors but I was thinking would the perfect bike be the bastard love child between the two. A GTS front end on a VFR frame and engine with some spacers to get a bit more of an upright ride.
May the 16th shall now be known as GTS day

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Re: RE: The perfect bike

Postby daveett » Fri Dec 01, 2017 12:16 am

isle of wight wrote:After my GTS acquisition I got my Bike bug back and bought a MK 2 VFR which was my all time favourite bike. I alternate between the two as they both give different grin factors but I was thinking would the perfect bike be the bastard love child between the two. A GTS front end on a VFR frame and engine with some spacers to get a bit more of an upright ride.
Don't you find the VFR a bit underpowered?

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isle of wight
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Re: The perfect bike

Postby isle of wight » Sat Dec 02, 2017 6:43 pm

No Its just right for me. I potter, rather than fly, about so it gives me enough of a grin factor to keep me happy. And when I cock up my gears its got enough pull to get me out of trouble :-)
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