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    Another noob

    Hello all,
    I would just like to say thank you for letting me join.
    I try to spend as much time on track as I can, some of you know me and hopefully the rest of you I will meet at the track soon.

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    Hi mate welcome....

    What do you ride post up some pictures

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    Welcome. I like the old SP1's

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    Those SP1s were fun as! Welcome

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    Welcome brother

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    Hey mate

    Look forward to catching up at the track
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    I really dig sp1s
    do a burnout

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan View Post
    I really dig sp1s
    Yep I've always dreamed of owning one. I've owned a cbr900rr and a vtr1000f, I imagine the SP would be like those two bikes combined

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    Never ridden a tl1000 but I like them as well. Maybe it's a WSBK homologation thing. Arse is a bit big on the TL though
    do a burnout

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    The Sp1 is the latest addition to the shed, A difficult bike to ride but once you learn that is a v-twin and engine braking really works it is fantastic. you carry more corner speed than most inline 4's, and power delivery helps you get away early out of the corner, bad points they are heavy and if you like sitting in something like the GSXR then SP1 will feel strange, its more like sit on it and hang on.

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    Welcome mate. Great bikes, very jealous!
    Pronounced Kang-Ah not Kang-Gah

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