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 Posted: Sat May 12th, 2007 02:35 pm
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Good looking cars all around guys!  You saw my car at the beginning of this thread, but I should have mentioned that my fam also has a Lexus RX330...



and an Acura TSX....


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 Posted: Mon May 14th, 2007 12:05 am
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I used to drive an 05 Honda S2000 and ride an 05 Ducati 749S.  
Trade all that in for a girl, who soon to be my wife...  

Now she is wearing my Ducati 749S...


Now I'm driving 04 Tahoe for work and 06 Acura RL for home...

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yamahaki wrote: canadajo wrote: How would it compare to the cbr900 ?????????? Similar , or even more snap ???
No comparison to the 900 cbr. This thing will spin the tire at 100mph and snap your head back from torque.


You should try 749S.....    I used to own F4i then bought the Duc.  Holly $hit!  Torque, Torque, Torque!


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 Posted: Mon May 14th, 2007 03:42 pm
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I have the new Ducati 1098 in race trim. Picked it up in Georgia acouple of weeks ago. Ducati's rule. I rode a 749 at deals gap awhile back and was only off the pace by about 4 seconds on a 11 mile run. I also have a 900ss sp and a 851 with the 888spo in it sitting in my garage. I don't sell the bikes I ride, but I'll divorce a woman over one in a heartbeat:D

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Awesome Sean.  Congrats on 1098!  I'd like to see some pictures.

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 Posted: Mon May 14th, 2007 04:02 pm
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will do. I'm packing up 2 bikes today for the races. Can shoot some pics while I'm there. But after that I'm heading overseas for Jerez, then to italy

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Thanks Paxman, Yeah I love the car. Ive had it since '94. I've had it on the track at Waltkins Glen. Veeeeery exhilarating to say the least!



Callaway Stage Two turbo, Callaway header, Callaway fuel system with high capacity pump. Free flow Bro Speed exhaust, Eibach lowered sport springs, Strut tower brace, K&N intake, Cross-drilled rotors, Oiler cooler, Stainless steel lines, BMP Design plug wires, Compomotive 3-piece alloy wheels, Yokohama 45 series rubber.....

:D :D :D

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DEMO wrote: Thanks Paxman, Yeah I love the car. Ive had it since '94. I've had it on the track at Waltkins Glen. Veeeeery exhilarating to say the least!



Callaway Stage Two turbo, Callaway header, Callaway fuel system with high capacity pump. Free flow Bro Speed exhaust, Eibach lowered sport springs, Strut tower brace, K&N intake, Cross-drilled rotors, Oiler cooler, Stainless steel lines, BMP Design plug wires, Compomotive 3-piece alloy wheels, Yokohama 45 series rubber.....

:D :D :D


Dude, that is the hottest 320 I have ever seen. Looks like too much fun!!

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Ssswweeeeet!  She is a beauty!

I miss my Duc already...

Congrats again. 

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this is what I'm racing now. put a buttload of money in it while I was out for neck surgery. these were taken after the 1st surgery. I had another ruptured disk doing this run and didn't know it.




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Jeep Grand Cherokee with gas-guzzling V8 ...



Suzuki Intruder VS800 to commute with better gas mileage during summer



And a Chevy Uplander Mini-van for the family



Cheers

Matt

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