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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-18-2017, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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I ride a Yamaha but I'm interested in all bikes.
I have an 06 Stratoliner along with my 16 CC.
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I ride a Yamaha but I'm interested in all bikes.
I ride a Victory, Kawasaki, and Honda, and I'm interested in all bikes.
Throughout my biking career there's usually been a Yamaha XS 650 in there somewhere, sold the last one, a 1973 TX650 to help buy my current 2010 Victory Vegas.
When another XS650 comes up at the right price if I'm cashed up then I'll be tempted.
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Hello! Honda, Kawi, Yami, Zuke, Beeza, Norton, Bridgestone even a Harley once. I've ridden and owned several, but this CCT Victory is the best in all that it does.

Right now I am taking a very hard look at a cherry 85 Magnum 1100. I would love to have a cruiserish go fast bike just to play with.

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Here's mine
nice!....here's mine

the 1973 Yamaha XS650 I sold to help buy the bike below,
my 2010 Victory Vegas in solo seat mode (its usually set up for pillion and with bags.)
something of an improvement I think you'll agree.
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100 cube / 6 speed

Lloydz 109"cube big bore
Lloydz. 495 cams kit
Lloydz Torque Tube Intake
Freedom Performance Slash pipes debaffled
Lloydz timing wheel @4 deg. and IAV
Barnett clutch spring
Barnett +6"cable
Lloydz Primary plate.
PCV
'Powerhouse' Dyno-tuned.
Progressive 465 rear shock
RaceTech Gold Valves and Progressive fork springs.
18" XC front wheel
1 3/4" (45mm) 'Burleigh Bars'
Stebel air horn.
12.342@106.32mph

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I'm excited for the unavailing of the Yamaha's new touring bike(and what might come in line with it) and I'll be at Americade next month to see it first hand
https://www.yamahamotorsports.com/tr...nental-touring
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