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  • Hi All.

    Hi PSB members,
    I have joined thanks to referral from the folks @ Ossie moto and Sully monster. I like what i'm reading.
    I have recently defected form Honda to Suzuki:o after the loss of my Blackbird ( Thanks to an unlicenced F#@k wit doing a u turn).
    Will post some pics shortlty. Hope to catch with you all soon, Oh and i appolagise in advance for the BRIGHT PINK lid the missus wears.

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    U-Turns... god I hate them. Had one who did that to me when I was in my car...I had to emergency stop! Lots of fun.
    But welcome to PSB and hopefully- riding in our packs will keep you safer!
    Twigs

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    • #3
      Hi and welcome along, not sure I like your Nick, hope you don't bust the Suzuki !!!

      Thanks for apologising for your wifes helmet, I'm not a big fan of pink

      At least we'll know who you are if you bring her out on a ride.

      Good to hear Ozziemotto are referring PSB

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      • #4
        Welcome along mate

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        • #5
          Many thanks for the welcome. Just sorting suspension to reach a happy medium between pillion and non pillion.
          Looking forrward to comming out for a ride.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bust-A-Bike View Post
            Many thanks for the welcome. Just sorting suspension to reach a happy medium between pillion and non pillion.
            Looking forrward to comming out for a ride.
            G-Day mate
            That with the size of that bike I myself wonder if you would notice a pillion.
            Obviously you do.
            Welcome here
            REPENT MOTHER FUCKER
            (anarchy in english )

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            • #7
              Hi Shan,
              Thanks.
              I didn't notice the extra 55kg on the Blackbird but the GSX was set to factory spec. The tweek seems to have eliminated the a couple shakes.
              We'll head out for a "coffee" tomorrow night and i'll see how it goes.

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              • #8
                Good luck,
                My dad had to fix the suspension on his Suzuki so it was nice for two people. Then he changed it all around again for single...
                and now he's selling it
                but some bikes need a bit of adjustment to make you go "Ahhhh.....that's better!!!"

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                • #9
                  Hi and welcome, from a current bird owner
                  Originally posted by deano68er
                  Originally posted by Sudu
                  Loud?
                  Enough to make ya hard

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