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Introduce yourself in here!!!!!!!!!!!!
Old 05-04-2013, 04:22 PM   #1
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Talking Introduce yourself in here!!!!!!!!!!!!

It's time to start over in here. Again!!

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Old 05-04-2013, 04:45 PM   #2
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Hey all I am kind of new here. I don't care about any of your traditions or any of that noob crap. fuck ya all lol.
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Old 05-04-2013, 07:43 PM   #3
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Quote:
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It's time to start over in here. Again!

Now that's funny.........
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Old 05-04-2013, 08:27 PM   #4
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Wow, he really did it....! Lol. Time to see who's a noob again.
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Old 05-04-2013, 09:30 PM   #5
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Wait, what's this thread for?

Couldn't resist!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 05-05-2013, 04:35 AM   #6
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My name is Matt. I'm from the Ocala, FL area. I ride a 96 vlx 600 goin on about 2 yrs now. I enjoy my bike every minute I get on it. And also get into 4 wheeling, hunting, any kind of racing, etc. Man sports and stuff like that. (Notice I idnt say golf) I am a patriot hrough and through, I may not always support the govt, but I will defend the constitution with my dying breath, I believe in God and family and good friends. I've met most of my best friends over the last two years right here on this site and blessed to know each and every one of you.


Every intro will be different, but that's the general idea.
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Old 05-05-2013, 05:11 AM   #7
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My name is Mark and I'm from Portland, Oregon. I ride a 1998 Honda Shadow 1100 American Classic Edition in Pearl Sonoma Green and Pearl Ivory Cream. I changed out the beach bars for buckhorn handlebars off of a 1989 Honda Spirit. I've added a MC Enterprises windshield with custom made lowers and MC Enterprises driver floorboards, a Cobra Lightbar and a 118db air horn hidden in a tool bag on the forks as well as hard mounted Saddleman Jumbo Slant Saddlebags and a chrome luggage rack. The rear turn signals have been relocated to the license plate using Cobra Relocation Brackets. I've had the bike since May 10th, 2008 and I've put over 40,000 miles on it since then. I'm 53 years old and I bought a Genuine 2007 LucasFilms LTD reproduction "Yoda" LightSabre at a flea market today. Aside from ultimate geekdom I also enjoy riding my motorcycle as much as I possibly can in any kind of weather. There are pictures of my bike in my vBulletin Gallery and I look forward to crossing paths with many of you before I pass over to the other side.
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Old 05-05-2013, 05:28 AM   #8
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I am Marc and I live in the mountains of western North Carolina and I currently ride a 2007 spirit 750. I'm 51 years old and through the years I have ridden just about every kind of bike you can think of, some have been real beauties and some have been turds on wheels that should have been left at the dump. I am not really happy about having to do this intro thing over again as it really screws with my alzheimers and I will probably wind up lost again at the Walmart yelling at complete strangers that I am not a Noobtard, thanks for that.......
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Old 05-05-2013, 11:57 AM   #9
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High, oops I mean hi! I'm from west of central NC, in China Grove to be exact. Currently in riding an '06 SS that I bought stock in '06, took a couple of weeks for "stock sucks" to eat it's way into my donor bike in the form of the Hole saw mod. First thing to go was the lunch box tail light replaced with a Billski Mod cateye, next came a 7* raked front end along with 3" fork extensions topped off with a Fly-screen and a Cobra II headlight, meanwhile my better half was making me a new seat pan to swap out that piece of brick Honda calls a seat that I rode on all the way from the Carolinas to Albuquerque. Next came the slip-ons along with a stage 1 jet kit, they only lasted about a month and were replaced with V&H's with BCT's, which were finally replaced by Hard Kromes. Then can the 4* mod along with a 38 tooth rear sprocket. Next came the Bean Box mod and stage 3 mains and a pair of 42 slows. Man she was starting to scream. i kept getting compliments on the stock titanium paint scheme so that had to go, I deglossed all the plastic tins and fenders and stripped the tank and did a mirage paint job along with pin stripping added a sissy bar and my new solo seat and the Aero rack behind the seat, then came the 10 1/2" progressive rear shocks and 1 1/2' lowering kit (eat up my billski, I had to remake it with a better off-set) Replaced the rear end with the VTX 5.5 and had to lose the lowering kit, but still sits nice and low when I'm in the saddle, almost forget the second thing I installed were the Mapam forwards, to bad they quit making them for the Shadow, oh well. Got a C-2 21" front wheel that I have yet to re-lace----maybe this month. Few other things that I have done that I really like and I know most envy (eat your hearts out), like my Widow steel 2 into 1 intake with my 40mm Harley Carb, took forever to dial that fucker in doncha know.......
That's about it for this Dickhead from Western Carolina, oops I mean Noobart. Now Go fuck yourselves.
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Old 05-05-2013, 01:18 PM   #10
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To add to my lame intro above. I'll be 68 in November. I've been riding 2 wheels since i was 11 years old, my first bike was a Vincent back when I lived in northern Italy, I mostly pushed it all over northern Italy and that's why I began working on bikes, I just knew they could be ridden more than they needed to be pushed.
When I say Semper Fi, I mean it as a former Marine who also served in the IDF back before I immigrated to the good 'ol USA, A USA that I swore to defend to my dying breath against enemies both foreigner and domestic (watch out you Progressive pukes, 1,000,000 Persians lost 20,000 men and still couldn't disarm 300 Spartans, there are 80 million lawfully armed Americans who will resist even harder, and that's a promise). I'm a carpenter by trade., a bike mechanic for pleasure. I love riding, both my wife and my bike....speaking of which I've owned all sorts of shit on 2 wheels like a 72 Iron head when they were AMF, then Willy G bought em back and AMF to me became Adiós Muter Fucker. British Steel and Jap Crap still turns my head.
I'm a born again converted Jew, who takes "Never again' seriously,Molon Labe (come and take), O'Bummer. Oh yeah, almost forgot, I could kick your ass before you began wearing that shirt you hill scrugging Harley lemming..........
Ok that's my intro.
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