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    You got my flag to full staff BK!

    Iíd run one of these anyday. My buddy has an SP and walks my arse all up and down our roads without even looking like heís trying. Iím afraid to jump on it before I abandon ship on my Magnificent Ď07...

    P.s. why the forum look different on my iPhone now...??

    P.s.s. How the heck do you add pictures to the thread...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waialaeboy View Post
    You got my flag to full staff BK!

    I’d run one of these anyday. My buddy has an SP and walks my arse all up and down our roads without even looking like he’s trying. I’m afraid to jump on it before I abandon ship on my Magnificent ‘07...

    P.s. why the forum look different on my iPhone now...??

    P.s.s. How the heck do you add pictures to the thread...?
    I've added a mobile skin, there should be a "Manage Attachments" available when you post/edit.

    Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    I've added a mobile skin, there should be a "Manage Attachments" available when you post/edit.
    Okay, I see that it is not working correctly. I have found a responsive theme available for $60. I'm thinking about purchasing it as I've spent WAY too much time trying to configure the current mobile theme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    Okay, I see that it is not working correctly. I have found a responsive theme available for $60. I'm thinking about purchasing it as I've spent WAY too much time trying to configure the current mobile theme.
    Mobile Theme is cool but seems oversimplified. I like being able to look at the entire forum in Ďdesktopí view even from my small arse iPhone screen. Add that button por favor...
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    Long live the Magnificent '07!!! ()
    Quote Originally Posted by ddgith
    I think an 07 guy should have to pay triple the value, since "yours is the 'sweetest' machine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by waialaeboy View Post
    You got my flag to full staff BK!

    Iíd run one of these anyday. My buddy has an SP and walks my arse all up and down our roads without even looking like heís trying. Iím afraid to jump on it before I abandon ship on my Magnificent Ď07...

    P.s. why the forum look different on my iPhone now...??

    P.s.s. How the heck do you add pictures to the thread...?
    I wouldn't have thought the SP is THAT much better. Will defintely have to try one out.

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    I've said it before.
    My 2009 Repsol was a sharp knife.
    MY 2012 Tricolor was a very sharp knife.
    My 2015 Repsol SP is a scalpel!
    2015 Repsol SP,Sato lever guards,HRC reservoir socks,Tech Spec clear tank pads,4x Go Pro mounts,Shorai battery,Shock recall completed,Repsol Hugger,R&G Ti radiator guard,frame and f/r axle sliders,tail tidy,Motobriiz chain luber,Rene/FP Racing rear caliper relocator bracket in BK Camo. 2013 Red Fury for a daily driver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrackSol View Post
    I wouldn't have thought the SP is THAT much better. Will defintely have to try one out.
    Yep, what Paul said...

    According to my buddy Glenn, you think it and the SP does it. Itís like ride-by-thought. That fool smokes me up, down and sideways. I mean he was always faster than me but now itís just embarrassing...
    Quote Originally Posted by Repsol Dave View Post
    Long live the Magnificent '07!!! ()
    Quote Originally Posted by ddgith
    I think an 07 guy should have to pay triple the value, since "yours is the 'sweetest' machine"

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    Dave, my 2016 SP is for sale...just sayin..

    and you know it is loaded with goodies....
    Never love anything so much that you cannot leave it on a moments notice..except your Repsol..

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    Never love anything so much that you cannot leave it on a moments notice..except your Repsol..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spy View Post
    Dave, my 2016 SP is for sale...just sayin..

    and you know it is loaded with goodies....
    Ruh-roh...

    Yeah, thatís exactly what NYC needs, itís greatest backroads hoodlum with an even sharper Blade...!

    @Repsol Dave
    Quote Originally Posted by Repsol Dave View Post
    Long live the Magnificent '07!!! ()
    Quote Originally Posted by ddgith
    I think an 07 guy should have to pay triple the value, since "yours is the 'sweetest' machine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna
    Okay, I see that it is not working correctly. I have found a responsive theme available for $60. I'm thinking about purchasing it as I've spent WAY too much time trying to configure the current mobile theme.
    Quote Originally Posted by waialaeboy View Post
    Mobile Theme is cool but seems oversimplified. I like being able to look at the entire forum in ‘desktop’ view even from my small arse iPhone screen. Add that button por favor...
    @Big Kahuna

    Thanks for fixing the view from my iPhone. 100% better...!
    Quote Originally Posted by Repsol Dave View Post
    Long live the Magnificent '07!!! ()
    Quote Originally Posted by ddgith
    I think an 07 guy should have to pay triple the value, since "yours is the 'sweetest' machine"

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    Hell, I will even throw in the Repsol leather jacket that matches the bike. Dave NEEDS this thing...

    And I need to make way for the 2020 SP...
    Never love anything so much that you cannot leave it on a moments notice..except your Repsol..

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    Quote Originally Posted by waialaeboy View Post
    Ruh-roh...

    Yeah, thatís exactly what NYC needs, itís greatest backroads hoodlum with an even sharper Blade...!

    @Repsol Dave
    You know I'm crunching the numbers right now!!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by waialaeboy View Post
    ..............Maybe you shoulda picked up an '09...:
    The Sun Never Sets on the '09 Empire!
    RIDE LIKE DAVE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repsol Dave View Post
    You know I'm crunching the numbers right now!!!!!
    Thereís a Repsol jacket, XFourteen helmet and some nice gloves waiting for you as well.
    Never love anything so much that you cannot leave it on a moments notice..except your Repsol..

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    Did I mention the Shoei XFourteen was brand new?
    Never love anything so much that you cannot leave it on a moments notice..except your Repsol..

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    Serious upgrade Dave!
    When you lift the rear wheel, touch down and back it into a corner and lift and float the front wheel, riding the rear exiting a corner.
    I know you already do this with your 09. It's effortless on the SP.
    Seriously, I giggled the first time!
    There you go Shane, I bared my Repsol riding soul! It is that good.
    2015 Repsol SP,Sato lever guards,HRC reservoir socks,Tech Spec clear tank pads,4x Go Pro mounts,Shorai battery,Shock recall completed,Repsol Hugger,R&G Ti radiator guard,frame and f/r axle sliders,tail tidy,Motobriiz chain luber,Rene/FP Racing rear caliper relocator bracket in BK Camo. 2013 Red Fury for a daily driver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul13131313 View Post
    Serious upgrade Dave!
    When you lift the rear wheel, touch down and back it into a corner and lift and float the front wheel, riding the rear exiting a corner.
    I know you already do this with your 09. It's effortless on the SP.
    Seriously, I giggled the first time!
    There you go Shane, I bared my Repsol riding soul! It is that good.
    Yeah bro Iím picking up what yer puttiní down! Wasnít for the fact that I dropped some serious coin on my Ďnew to meí F-one-fiddy I may actually consider buying my buddies SP but seeing as how Iím not even done building my Ď07 (rims in for new powdercoat and forks serviced and a few other bits). Iíll probably reconsider once Iím officially done building...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repsol Dave View Post
    Long live the Magnificent '07!!! ()
    Quote Originally Posted by ddgith
    I think an 07 guy should have to pay triple the value, since "yours is the 'sweetest' machine"

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    Cool Re: 2016 Repsol SP

    The only truly shocking thing about the Repsol SP is the front brake pads cost $260 to replace ($130 each caliper)
    The stock Pirelli tires are expensive too but, I'm a Bridgestone man. The Pirelli's are awesome.
    2015 Repsol SP,Sato lever guards,HRC reservoir socks,Tech Spec clear tank pads,4x Go Pro mounts,Shorai battery,Shock recall completed,Repsol Hugger,R&G Ti radiator guard,frame and f/r axle sliders,tail tidy,Motobriiz chain luber,Rene/FP Racing rear caliper relocator bracket in BK Camo. 2013 Red Fury for a daily driver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repsol Dave View Post
    You know I'm crunching the numbers right now!!!!!
    Heís throwing in the kitchen sink bro...!
    Quote Originally Posted by Repsol Dave View Post
    Long live the Magnificent '07!!! ()
    Quote Originally Posted by ddgith
    I think an 07 guy should have to pay triple the value, since "yours is the 'sweetest' machine"

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    Nice truck Shane!
    Priorities,priorities!
    Repsols about paid off and I'm then Maui bound for a week next spring.
    2015 Repsol SP,Sato lever guards,HRC reservoir socks,Tech Spec clear tank pads,4x Go Pro mounts,Shorai battery,Shock recall completed,Repsol Hugger,R&G Ti radiator guard,frame and f/r axle sliders,tail tidy,Motobriiz chain luber,Rene/FP Racing rear caliper relocator bracket in BK Camo. 2013 Red Fury for a daily driver.

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