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Old 8th June 2006, 18:27   #46
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My geography isn't that strong, but isnt california in the States as well?

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dude i dont know bout ur knowledge,,
but i never said cali is in states or not,,,
i said my bike is cali model,,,is dat ' CLEAR ' !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 8th June 2006, 20:14   #47
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dude..
uve lost it...
" my bike is a california model and not an american "

dude its like saying i live in mumbai...not in india
or i wheelie a cheetak not a scooter.....

and dude " bikes brought in in parts are allowed to be registered its just that u have to pay "

no offence dude..
but u should just be a bit more explanatory....

mods sorry if u find this offensive
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Old 8th June 2006, 20:31   #48
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Wheelieboy, I suggest you tone it down a little. They merely asked you for a clarification on what you said, your hostility will turn this into a senseless debate. Also take a little time to write your posts, and please go easy on the smiley usage.
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Old 8th June 2006, 20:42   #49
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Wheelie boy, do you know why an car/bike has a 'California version'? If you have a version thats 'Cali' version, then you ought to know more about it.
Its basically a version of any car/bike that has special emission levels, as California has very strict permissible emission levels. Its true for any vehicle thats made in the US.
Wheelie boy, before you lift your front end off, check if the bike is worth riding ( i.e, get your facts right, and chill out on the retaliation).
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Old 8th June 2006, 20:43   #50
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http://www.4strokes.com/models/honda/2002/xr650l.asp


Here's more info on the 'Cali version'..
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Old 9th June 2006, 02:47   #51
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So ITS_NOMAD, you are the owner?
If so, lets have some pics!

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rehaan no ways i m not the owner of the bike pls i think you misunderstood me n anyways if u wanna see the bike go to aziano the disc at phoenix mills its parked outside fridays & saturdays....
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rehaan no ways i m not the owner of the bike pls i think you misunderstood me n anyways if u wanna see the bike go to aziano the disc at phoenix mills its parked outside fridays & saturdays....


Was just taking a shot in the dark, since nitroxx's post before yours seemed to hint that the owner was a member on TBHP.

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Wheelie boy, do you know why an car/bike has a 'California version'? If you have a version thats 'Cali' version, then you ought to know more about it.
Its basically a version of any car/bike that has special emission levels, as California has very strict permissible emission levels. Its true for any vehicle thats made in the US.
Wheelie boy, before you lift your front end off, check if the bike is worth riding ( i.e, get your facts right, and chill out on the retaliation).
well i m not good in technical knowledge,
thnx for your info, mods sorry for smiley usage well i m used to it, it will take time to change my habit

for your info, i bought it in auction, i didnt knw dat which bike i bought, it was packed pallet, n my dad threw a bid for that bike n luckily i got it, den i assembelled it, till dat time i didnt knw dat i bought a scrambler,, no doubt its good machine,

well i m not trying to be rude with any one,,wat i said was 'my bike is california model, n not american,
i read it in my manual there were bike for california model and rest of america, well i dont know how to explain that,,

sorry for being rude, it was unintentional

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and dude " bikes brought in in parts are allowed to be registered its just that u have to pay "
i never said dat u cant registere it, i said that its not legal, i also read it in navpreets post, in earlier page u et that bro,, well i think no need to push this off topic argument,
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Spotted this Intruder M1800R today.
Permission was taken, but cannot post location or bigger pics due to privacy reasons. Beautiful bike, tyre width is alarmingly awesome and its shaft-driven??



P.S. Are the Intruder and Boulevard similar bikes?!

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Larger image please.
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cannot post location or bigger pics due to privacy reasons
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Larger image please.
Just cannot do that for now.

This bike is shaft-driven AND has a 240/40 R18 tyre!! Produces 125bhp.
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Spotted this Intruder M1800R today.
Permission was taken, but cannot post location or bigger pics due to privacy reasons. Beautiful bike, tyre width is alarmingly awesome and its shaft-driven??
P.S. Are the Intruder and Boulevard similar bikes?!
gordon both the bikes are same except for very smal changes and about the bike you just posted has landed in banglore today some1 from there has bought this...
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Hey uyz reporting to you from mumbai well um...dxb was nice for a month but I have videos to the most amazing sport cruiser import thats about to rock this city in the next few days the suzuki boulevard is being flown down 2006 0km reading by a friend of ours its an 1800cc monster (oh yeah for all u busa lovers..eat this)!!
And man just loading that bike during delivery was awesome ,well thats exactly what the owner would say (no names ) wait for it to hit Black and chrome all the way baby !
Guys Upen Patel has a Suzuki boulevard Which he claims is his OWN, We have featured him In our November Issue Of Man's World With his Beast. CHeck out the Pics when it comes out on Stands
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Spotted the controversial Upen Patel's Boulevard M109R. Well polished.
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