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    Can some please enlighten me on the issue of the new Yamahas?

    Ok, I know that they have been winning in the super GP moto. I heard that they have a new engine; I think they have some kind of new blue lining in the engine or something?

    So can some please tell more about it, and why they are so much better or if they are better then the original engine? I really want to know more about it, please explain (everything)

    Thank you fellow bikies

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    they started using enriched uranium instead of plutonium in their energy polarizers. It give a more stable arrangement of electrons.
    Originally posted by Desmo
    Why be a cunt about it?

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    • #3
      are you f**king serious? uranium???!!!

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      • #4
        Omg.....

        Run for the hills.....


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        • #5
          Gold!

          Thread voted 5!

          hyo riders haha
          RAM MOTOSPORT ZX10 RR#191

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          • #6
            ok....still havent got a serious answer, so does it have uranium or not? cuz i am thinking about getting a gsxr or a r1 2010 model

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            • #7
              Are u serious??


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              • #8
                Originally posted by Slowe Rider View Post
                are you f**king serious? uranium???!!!
                Originally posted by Slowe Rider View Post
                ok....still havent got a serious answer, so does it have uranium or not? cuz i am thinking about getting a gsxr or a r1 2010 model
                Yes, but the engine is coated in a thin layer of lead so you don't get poisoned (don't worry).

                Yamaha have built several workshops around Australia where they will be able to work on the bike, which means that when you need a service, they take the engine out and send it to the service/workcentre.

                They are also filling the tyres with a new experimental vacuum based compressed air and silicon mixture.

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                • #9
                  what? this is just getting confusing now

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                  • #10
                    lol....

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Maxo View Post
                      The engine is coated in a thin layer of lead though, so you don't get poisoned.

                      Yamaha have built several workshops around Australia where they will be able to work on the bike, which means that when you need a service, they take the engine out and send it to the service/workcentre.

                      They are also filling the tyres with a vacuum based compressed air and silicon mixture.
                      Its pretty much the reason why Yamaha have been owning the GP..

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Slowe Rider View Post
                        what? this is just getting confusing now
                        Why?

                        It will be an awesome bike!

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                        • #13
                          OK everyone,

                          ITS NOT GOING TO BLOW UP!

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                          • #14
                            cuz uranium is pretty fucking crazy by itself, mixing it with a bike, its like a fucking flying warhead on the road.....

                            thats just me tho, i might be over reacting.....

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                            • #15
                              Chill out man, it's not like it's weapons grade stuff here...

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