From: Albm&ctd on
In article <MPG.26296f714e5a0f7b989b53(a)>,
alb_mandctdNOWMD(a) says...
> In article <p3ktr51pilkndkn412seujd4lq4d2gitk6(a)>, OzOne(a)Crackerbox-
> says...
> > On Fri, 9 Apr 2010 16:53:55 +1000, Albm&ctd
> > <alb_mandctdNOWMD(a)> wrote:
> >
> >
> > >You seem to be retarded today. IIRC about 4000 km on that bike, a Suzuki.
> > >FFS lift your game :-)
> > >
> > >Al
> >
> > 2 stroke was it...plenty of oil?
> >
> Might surprise you, was not conventional 2 stroke.
In fact was a 4 stroke :-)

I don't take sides.
It's more fun to insult everyone.
From: Nev.. on
On 9/04/2010 12:09 AM, atec7 7 > wrote:

> Noisy pipes can save lives
> did you notice todays in the news was some bloke who didn't see xing
> lights and got hit by a train ?
> I don't like loud bikes either but a louder train might have been heard

LOL A louder train!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHA

Loud trains save lives.

WTF77 strikes again

From: Diogenes on
On Thu, 8 Apr 2010 21:30:08 -0700 (PDT), Marty H <hytram(a)>

> ...I like the sound of my pipes...

I've noticed that.


Onya bike

From: Diogenes on
On Fri, 9 Apr 2010 16:18:27 +1000, Albm&ctd
<alb_mandctdNOWMD(a)> wrote:

>The ultimate aim is not just to ban load pipes...

I'm all for banning load pipes...


Onya bike

From: Knobdoodle on
"Albm&ctd" <alb_mandctdNOWMD(a)> wrote:
> Back in the '70's I had a 350 twin with Dunstall Decibels (sp) (read loud)
> then
> I bought a 350-4 with four standard pipes that one could hardly hear. I
> found
> out quickly by the shocked look on one drivers faces that he failed to
> hear the
> quiet bike. It was close to a T-bone... not in my favour.
I was also of this opinion after switching frrom a noisy, rattly 860GTS to a
quiet-as-a-mouse 500SL Pantah on which I was constantly being lane-changed
That was in 1982 though.

Now days with almost universal aircon (meaning "windows closed") and with
much higher-powered in-car sound-systems I don't think the sound a bike
generates makes that much of a difference.

The *look* however still factors!