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    Quote Originally Posted by FJRider View Post
    Are they on the LAM's list ... I haven't looked ... ??
    None of the KRs/RGVs/RS's/TZRs/NSRs are and there "variants". That probably means the vj21 wolf isnt too although i guess it depends on whats on the rego label.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asher View Post
    None of the KRs/RGVs/RS's/TZRs/NSRs are and there "variants". That probably means the vj21 wolf isnt too although i guess it depends on whats on the rego label.
    I did look ...

    Yep ... it's on the list. The WRONG list.
    Sweat wipes off. Road-rash doesn't.

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    thanks for all you guys.....it seems i need professional help.... and i dont mean psychiatrist.... who would you recommend? thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glukasil View Post
    thanks for all you guys.....it seems i need professional help.... and i dont mean psychiatrist.... who would you recommend? thanks.
    Get somebody with a full license (and a fair amount of experience riding 2-strokes) to ride it and state THEIR opinion of the "Problem" ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FJRider View Post
    Get somebody with a full license (and a fair amount of experience riding 2-strokes) to ride it and state THEIR opinion of the "Problem" ...
    i ride kdx 220.....you forgot......with fair amount of experience...

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    Quote Originally Posted by glukasil View Post
    i ride kdx 220.....you forgot......with fair amount of experience...
    Not even close to being the same thing
    "If you can make black marks on a straight from the time you turn out of a corner until the braking point of the next turn, then you have enough power."


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    Quote Originally Posted by glukasil View Post
    i ride kdx 220.....you forgot......with fair amount of experience...
    What you notice with a dirt bike gearing ... is quite different to a road race imitation ...


    Did you not notice the "Full license" bit ... ???
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    Last time I rode an RGV 2fiddly pulling away needed a bit of clutch action. Bike was very well sorted. K'in hilarious actually. Had to feed the clutch out and keep the revs up. Or keep the revs up and wheelie. Bit of a knack. No comment on the OP's bike. A professional overview would give piece of mind.

    Get a bigger bike? A lard arsed lazy behemoth that's fast in a straight line eventually? How exciting.

    Na, horses for courses, but wee 2t screamers are hilarious. Not tourers.
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