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    Just the one, I think. Unless they are really, really small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    I find "night rod" to be a mildly disturbing name for a motorcycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    I find "night rod" to be a mildly disturbing name for a motorcycle.
    Morning rod might be even more pointed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    I find "night rod" to be a mildly disturbing name for a motorcycle.
    i remember some of the early Katana ads didn't last long, 'live by the sword' people soon pointed out that often those that lived by the sword often died by the sword.....

    is 'fatboy' the same name as one of the nuclear bombs they dropped on japan?

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    "This cost nearly 400 to import"

    wtf...

    is 'fatboy' the same name as one of the nuclear bombs they dropped on japan?
    No, it was Little Boy and the other one was Fat Man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresh Oats View Post
    "This cost nearly 400 to import"

    wtf...



    No, it was Little Boy and the other one was Fat Man.
    Still near the bottom of my list of preferred bike names regardless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresh Oats View Post
    "This cost nearly 400 to import"

    wtf...



    No, it was Little Boy and the other one was Fat Man.
    thats right, was it an anti jap thing using half of each bomb name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    i remember some of the early Katana ads didn't last long, 'live by the sword' people soon pointed out that often those that lived by the sword often died by the sword.....

    is 'fatboy' the same name as one of the nuclear bombs they dropped on japan?
    Fat Man and Little Boy from memory

    Also that seat is on my watchlist
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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    thats right, was it an anti jap thing using half of each bomb name?
    I don't know about that. I reckon it's just trying to target their market directly.. Like the Honda Predictable, the Ducati Poser, the Kawasaki Wanker, the BMW Mid-Life Crisis and the Suzuki Squid
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    Quote Originally Posted by WALRUS View Post
    I don't know about that. I reckon it's just trying to target their market directly.. Like the Honda Predictable, the Ducati Poser, the Kawasaki Wanker, the BMW Mid-Life Crisis and the Suzuki Squid
    And the Hyosung "I haven't got a clue"

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    Then there are hopeful ones like:

    The Triumph Spitfire...a woefully underpowered swing axle MGB wannabe.
    DeMyer's Laws - an argument that consists primarily of rambling quotes isn't worth bothering with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltaire View Post
    Then there are hopeful ones like:

    The Triumph Spitfire...a woefully underpowered swing axle MGB wannabe.
    The CCM Spitfire seems about as optimistic, but it does come with a brown leather seat and matching grips. No exhaust tape though.

    http://www.ccm-motorcycles.com/bikes...ire-scrambler/
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