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Excellent... congrats! 8)
 

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I can see why....very sweet bike! Clean lines, great stance. What color is it? Looks like a brandywine ar dark wine color in the pic. Very nice! Congrats!
 

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txvtx1300 said:
I can see why....very sweet bike! Clean lines, great stance. What color is it? Looks like a brandywine ar dark wine color in the pic. Very nice! Congrats!
Thanks......
The color is "Kandy Brandy Wine".....with some dark colorant in the clearcoat. :D
 

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Thought I recognized that color. I had an 82 vette done in Pearl Brandywine.
Nice. Show us some outdoor pics with the sun giving it some better lighting sometime so we can see it sparkle.
 

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Sweeeet!
So what you are telling us is, the judges had taste. Thats great and congrats!
Being the only "Metric Bike" in the show was very challenging.
I left the "Honda" side covers on .....it kind of answered the questions...
"What kind of bike is this?"
Judges did a fine job by me......They didn't care who's toes they were stepping on.....since this was a HD's dealership.
When I pickup my trophy...I'll get some pictures of it with the bike....
Thanks for all the compliments..... :D
Coming from you guys it means a lot.....Especially "Wilbur" with that "BadAss" chopper of his. :D
 

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Nice angle....really makes the paint pop.
Noticed KewlMetal is using your bike to advertise the air ride shocks. How do you you like them and how do they ride?
 

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Nice angle....really makes the paint pop.
Noticed KewlMetal is using your bike to advertise the air ride shocks. How do you you like them and how do they ride?
Where is Kewlmetal using my bike?
 

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They are great.....
Still learning where to set the air pressure.
There are two settings
One for height...No problem
....and the other sets the ride firm or soft....too hard and it will bounce you out of the saddle....too soft and it's like riding on a roller coaster. :D
 
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