Monday, April 26, 2010

Alive and Kicking

I snagged this FXR shot from the J.J., but thought it was cool enough to repost here. It's rocking S&S's new X-Wedge motor in a FXR frame. I dig the way the sport fairings look on these bikes, and would like to do something similar to mine. Party in the front, business in the rear....

15 comments:

  1. ...with Krakatoa Hyperblaster Super Twindong Air Ram Filter System®!!

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  2. Ok, let's stop with the cockswaggery already!

    (And yes, mulletastic!)

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  3. you know why those fairings are so popular right? i'll give you one hint; ron perlman.

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  4. Poor little FXR. That engine would be cool somewhere else, and that bike would be cool without that engine.

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  5. Ron Perlman of Gay Anarchists on Bikes? Oh man, do not put that on now. Please.

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  6. I was gonna ask who Ron Perlman was. I thought he was guy that played Hellboy. I haven't even seen 1 episode of that crappy show and now they're gaying everything up. Sonsabitches!!! That fairing was way cool before that show was on air. I want to go puch the writers in the face right now...

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  7. You want to 'moped' the writers in the face?

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  8. 與其爭取不可能得到的東西,不如善自珍惜運用自己所擁有的........................................

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  9. I concur and furthermore, I would like to say 與其爭取不可能得到的東西,不如善自珍惜運用自己所擁有的

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  10. I can dig the bikini fairing, but is it me or does something about that seat make the bike look like a tube of toothpaste that's been squeezed in the middle?

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  11. Yeah, they had to stretch the stock frame 2 inches, so that may be why it looks kinda funny. I wish they would've used a custom frame instead.

    So Scott, can you translate?

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  12. Yeah - it says something about wanting to see that engine suspended in a trellis style sportbike frame and how cool that would be. I responded by saying I liked the idea, but realize that no one would buy it.

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  13. Radness.

    While maybe a marvel in engineering, I'm not a big fan of that motor myself. Maybe if they pump out 100,000 units and 10 years go by, it might grow on me.

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