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Old 14th February 2006, 05:47   #106
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Hey! Hombre`Read your post in the introduce yourself section and good to hear that you taking everything that happened in your stride and hopefully that knee injury does not show itself up later in life and heals completly.

Maybe you should check with bajaj if you could be their spokesperson in Mexico. You would really make an excellent one, speaking from experience I mean.

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Old 27th February 2006, 23:13   #107
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Old 28th February 2006, 00:00   #108
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go through the announcement section maybe then youll be able to familiarize yourself with the foorum.for starters check this thread out.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/announ...-team-bhp.html

its very well explained by V 12


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Old 28th February 2006, 11:22   #109
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thiz an yamaha entizer belive it or not??? [/IMG]
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Old 28th February 2006, 14:29   #110
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Hey ppl,

Could you help me with what filters and fuel injectors should I get fixed on my Pulsar 180 DTSi All black..... What specs would the K&N ones be.....
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Old 1st March 2006, 11:06   #111
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herz some more of my creation[/IMG] need commentz on it
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Helo BHP members herez another bike post. need commentz on it. [/IMG]
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Old 7th March 2006, 06:40   #113
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Hi guys>>
see my baby... and give some opinions
I'll post more pics after painting....




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Old 7th March 2006, 11:47   #114
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ya good modification but u can also modify ur tail fit some mag wheels and ur bike would look more cool
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Dude get some mags and get an eliminator tyre fixed in the rear... cut the mud guard in the rear... wud give the bike a much more sporty look... but nice work with the engine casing ans the graphics...
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@ El Alef........ Damn you broke the fork!!! Yikes!!!

You getting the bike done up or trashed? The engine is in absolute good shape........ can make a project go-cart or something with the motor!!

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Hey Ed...

Actually, the guys at KDM (Kawasaki De [of] México), the ones that sell Bajaj in here, made me a budget and the bike will get as good as new, everything will be brand new, forks, wheel, handlebar, speedo, etc... Sure, it'll be expensive (about 5500 pesos -500 U.S.-) but I'll sell it for 20000 pesos (1900 U.S.), and with that I'm getting a used Honda, I have three prospects, all of them at 15G pesos (1400 US), an '86 VFR 750 Interceptor, a cool-looking '90 CBR600 (I dig the brick mono-chrome), and another 90's CBR, just in doubt for body issues, it's kinda banged up...

If everything goes as planned I think it'll be the 750, it has a more comfortable seat, and some power

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guyz check out my bike in profile i m going to upload a full pic soon...
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which bike is that.it looks like a pulsar modified.correct me if im wrong.


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which bike is that.it looks like a pulsar modified.correct me if im wrong.


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hey revtech if you are talking about pdev29's bike it looks like a karizma to me ! Im quite sure it is... due to the fairing .
If you ar talking about BLUEY6242 's bike it is a CBZ !
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