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Paul and Matt get a good write-up!!

Tyga used to be primarly a 2 stroke (NSR) company but have recently taken on other projects. If my RVF didn't already have new body work all the way around I would have to say this package would be more than welcome under my x-mas tree. http://www.motorcyclenews.com/nav?pa...NEWS_NEW-BIKES
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-29-2006, 01:21 AM
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I wouldn't mind that under my tree either!


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But a true replica would only have half the fairing and the rest of the bike covered in gravel rash, wouldnt it?
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Actually a kit like that for my VFR800 would be the go!!
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But a true replica would only have half the fairing and the rest of the bike covered in gravel rash, wouldnt it?
I was going to throw something in the topic on that order but didn't for the sake of being a Stoner fan I guess. Watched him come up through the 125 class at a very young age and thought the boy had what it took. Maybe with the new format he'll be able to keep the lighter less powerful machinery on 2 wheels.

One of my favorite pics........simple but yet critical when it comes to getting the 125's down the straights.
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