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well pericles if it is so bad, how do people claim to import their own deal under their name.

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I'm sure everyone would like to see the bike you get Zambo. Please post those pics.

sure will gyman if he will do the type I want for a reasonable price. how much you think it would cost to build one like in the pic. also anyone in SL with a website to preview their work.

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sure will gyman if he will do the type I want for a reasonable price. how much you think it would cost to build one like in the pic. also anyone in SL with a website to preview their work.

roughly what's your budget?

pointless talking if you haven't settled on that first

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roughly what's your budget?

pointless talking if you haven't settled on that first

Yup a budget is very important. Since you need to plan how much u wanna spend on it

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is this another 2 year plan of yours? know the costs and start saving up? ;)

you must be quite a earner to save enough for the RX8 in 22 years tho!

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I am guessings to spend somewhere between 4-6 lks

You're kidding right?

Zambo, I think you are not serious and taking the mickey out of everyone who are posting here. That sort of behaviour is a waste as it drowns out serious discusions going on in any thread.

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You're kidding right?

Zambo, I think you are not serious and taking the mickey out of everyone who are posting here. That sort of behaviour is a waste as it drowns out serious discusions going on in any thread.

he is a little kid with a lot of daydreams! :D

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he is a little kid with a lot of daydreams! :D

a clueless one at that if he really is a kid

he probably is a prank

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Zambo, ask your dada to buy this for you on your birthday, and we'll dream of a day when your nonsensical posting ends.

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Weren't they selling Royal Enfield's a few years ago? Haven't seen any of them for a long time.

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YOu sure do have some long term plans... :)

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I am getting the Serrow in 13 months

You're getting yourself a mountain goat?

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YOu sure do have some long term plans... :)

And a really big garage :)

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Somebody please shed some light on this topic. :sport-smiley-027:21dfmmb.jpg

Edited by kevin1462

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hey people.. there was a news headline in one of the website that 1000cc bikes are now allowed? Any update on this?

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hey people.. there was a news headline in one of the website that 1000cc bikes are now allowed? Any update on this?

Saw it too. But no official news yet...

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according to the news.. it's been gazetted... so its official...

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Its allowed for sports/racing purposes and its clearly stated that they arent allowed on normal roads.

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hey people.. there was a news headline in one of the website that 1000cc bikes are now allowed? Any update on this?

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Continuing the conversation in 2018 , Is 350cc is still the maximum legal engine capacity  for a bike?? Or have it changed recently with new regulation? 

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