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Old 19th April 2008, 03:21   #46
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Now I know where my Pulsar got it tail lights from. Congrats Nitin.

Cheers!!!
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Congrats bro. Do you plan to install any accessories or upgrades? I'm going and downloading that sound clip now!
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Old 19th April 2008, 23:46   #48
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seriously mate great ride
looks very street ridable
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Old 20th April 2008, 19:15   #49
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Now I know where my Pulsar got it tail lights from. Congrats Nitin.
Cheers!!!
Thanks,buddy..
You are right,I remember seeing similar LED lights on the Pulsar..
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Congrats bro. Do you plan to install any accessories or upgrades? I'm going and downloading that sound clip now!
Thanks,straight6.No mods as of now.A few months of riding,and i'll try to play around with the power commander at the most.

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seriously mate great ride
looks very street ridable
It is quite easy to ride in city traffic. I wish the handle bars weren't placed low & forward. None-the-less,its good.
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Congrats pal. Another pricey possession. Drool .

Yet to find time to read your review. :(
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Old 21st April 2008, 20:17   #51
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Congrats pal. Another pricey possession. Drool .

Yet to find time to read your review. :(
Thanks,JK.
Saarillya maashe. Do read the review as time permits..

I'll add more on the bike in the next few weeks..

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Old 23rd April 2008, 01:35   #52
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Congrats Nitin, you've got a gem of a bike. Looks great. I am sure you will be adding a lot of miles with a smiley face while riding it.

Take care, and ride safe.
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Thanks,Prasad.
Its been good so far. Hope to ride it as much as possible this summer.
Thanks for all your help!
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Congrats Nitin on your new acquisition. Drive safe and enjoy every mile of your tours.
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Old 23rd April 2008, 14:36   #55
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Cool bike Nitin. You are lucky to have a supportive wife
Drive safe.
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Old 23rd April 2008, 20:01   #56
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Congrats Nitin on your new acquisition. Drive safe and enjoy every mile of your tours.
Thanks,VJ.

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Cool bike Nitin. You are lucky to have a supportive wife
Drive safe.
Thanks,srijit. True,I couldn't have imagined getting myself a bike,had not been for my wife. A bunch of my friends here want to get bikes,but the Home Ministry denied approval!
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Ah, the infamous Home Ministry. Unfortunately, there is no higher court of appeal, either.
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The Home Ministry actually takes over the functions of the Supreme court,at times like these. For the decision to be made,it'll be the Lady Judge at the end of the day!
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Damn, how did I miss this thread. Must have been traveling. This is just the kind of bike I had in mind. I am looking at the naked version
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It is quite easy to ride in city traffic. I wish the handle bars weren't placed low & forward. None-the-less,its good.
And this is the reason why. The naked one has forward pegs and higher bars.

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Thanks,Ajo. The bike in Dhoom is the Suzuki Bandit, the naked street bike version of my SV650S.
Bandit is an inline 4 where as the 650 is a twin. Naked version is called SV650 without the S.
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Sold my bike today.Call it family issues, call it what ever you want.
I just couldn't take it, that my bike would sit at weeks at end without being taken out.Lovely Houston weather!!

A lady biker bought the SV today,and I can't express how empty the garage feels now. I was always used to the yellow bike between the Lancer & the 3,but now all I see is the garage floor.

Well,life as to move on. With a 3 month old daughter,this was bound to happen.

Gotta say this- ONCE A BIKER, ALWAYS A BIKER!!..

I'll have a bike in my garage pretty soon!.

A few pics before I let the bike go.
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