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Did he not feel the breeze..... yuck
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Re: Weight Capacity for a 929?

That's a big dude. The stock rear spring was probably perfect for him.
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That's a big dude. The stock rear spring was probably perfect for him.
I saw a guy about that size on a XX one time. He made the bike look so small that I couldn't tell what he was riding till I pulled up along side him
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Re: Weight Capacity for a 929?

I looked at the photo a little closer and his passenger pegs are down I would love to see two up with guy.

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I looked at the photo a little closer and his passenger pegs are down I would love to see two up with guy.
Not sure how that would work, he's already using both seats.
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I know where you would have to put your hands... (Those aren't pillows....)
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Stinking voyers.... Someone should tell him that crack kills
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Re: Weight Capacity for a 929?

Well I think that he should get some CF MAG Wheels and some wave disc to reduce his unsprung weight and maybe a complete Ti Exhaust and CF Body work.

This way the bike will handle so much better.
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PLEASE GET OFF OF THE VEHICLE................FAST!
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Well I think that he should get some CF MAG Wheels and some wave disc to reduce his unsprung weight and maybe a complete Ti Exhaust and CF Body work.

This way the bike will handle so much better.
NO!

He just needs to get his ass in a Truck

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That's a big dude. The stock rear spring was probably perfect for him.

That got under my radar at first....nice work....

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Somethings are just wrong and this is definitely one of them.....
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Not sure how that would work, he's already using both seats.
Technically his crack is using the passenger seat
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