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    900 is where it's at ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cousin Jack View Post
    Not at all. What matters is which way they change, real men do up for down and down for up. Gurls can't cope with that.
    One of each, so truly confusing.

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    I think it's a matter of law and marketing. 250s used to be popular because it was he biggest bike you could ride on L plates.Now there are hardly any 250s, but there are more 125s than you could lob a brick at. And 500 used to be quite a big bike, especially if it was a two stroke. Whereas now a 600 is definitely a gurl's bike, and it is well known that men who ride Bandit 1200s have dinky little winkies.

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    I feel robbed, mine is 849cc yet they claim 900.
    In the olden days I got 1015 as a litre!

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