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There's a place and time for everything. This was neither.

Very unsafe in my opinion.

I personally don't care if you kill yourself while riding, but I do care about the other motorists on te road that could have potentially been hurt.

Go to a track instead if you want to do that sort of riding.

Just my 2 cents.

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Looks great..  One question: honestly, how much of an issue is the engine heat venting?  Is this year part of the redesign of the vents to make it more comfortable?

Thx..

They redesigned the FJR in 2006 which addressed the heat issue in the previous generation. Definitely a big improvement in heat management.

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Funny your friend's bike looks exactly like your bike. :2:

Here you go, this was taken a few years ago (2008).

My buddy and his 2007 FJR on the left (that's him sitting down), and my 2007 FJR on the right (notice the same bags strapped to the back as in my Tail of the Dragon picture you re-posted):



I hope this clears up any confusion :4:

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First difference, look at his exhaust pipes... they're stock. Mine are aftermarket (Remus) :3:

Second, he has aftermarket fog lamps installed on his front fork (check picture #4), and mine do not :4:

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Funny your friend's bike looks exactly like your bike. :2:


Here's an actual pic of me and my (still running strong) bike:



Sadly, most of the people on this site will never get to experience it :34:

Of course they do, we bought them the same year, and Yamaha only offers one color a year for the FJR.

The 2007 model happens to be that black cherry color.

A few years ago, we took both our 2007 FJRs (same color) across the USA together. I have some pictures at my home computer which I can post later when I get home :19:

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Bikes For Sale / For Sale: 2007 FJR1300 - $6000 FIRM
« on: 08/03/12 04:46PM »
I'm posting this for my buddy at work.

He is selling his 2007 FJR1300. It has 59,300 miles.

More details can be seen here:

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/mcy/3182070835.html

His Craigslist ad says $6500, but he will sell for $6000 cash, FIRM.

You can call/text him directly at 818-209-0309. Ask for Mark.










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General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: 2013 Ninja 250!
« on: 08/03/12 02:31PM »
Great looking bike.

I'd rev the sh*t out of that little motor :)

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I'm posting this for my buddy at work.

He is selling his 2007 FJR1300. It has 59,300 miles.

More details can be seen here:

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/mcy/3182070835.html

His Craigslist ad says $6500, but he will sell for $6000 cash, FIRM.

You can call/text him directly at 818-209-0309. Ask for Mark.










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Off Topic / Re: 24 Hour Fitness
« on: 08/03/12 02:01PM »
LOL.  6 post so far huh? looks like you are new to posting on ocmoto.  I like you already. Welcome to the boards son.  I'll be watching you.  Your avatar pic tells a lot about you kinda.

I just discovered this forum. I wish I had known about it sooner, it seems filled with very entertaining people.

What do you think my avatar pic tells about me? :3:

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Off Topic / Re: 24 Hour Fitness
« on: 08/03/12 01:51PM »
Anyone Pay 19.99 a year for membership??

That's what I've been paying for the past 8 years :)

$20/YEAR for the win. All these other people are getting ripped off, lol


good for you.  Now lets celebrate you being smarter and better than all of us.

I have a better idea... let's celebrate the wonderful thing in this country called jury duty :29:

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Off Topic / Re: 24 Hour Fitness
« on: 08/03/12 01:39PM »
Anyone Pay 19.99 a year for membership??

That's what I've been paying for the past 8 years :)

$20/YEAR for the win. All these other people are getting ripped off, lol

Get that just because you've been a member for that long or what?

They offered this deal back then and I jumped on it.

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Off Topic / Re: 24 Hour Fitness
« on: 08/03/12 01:32PM »
Anyone Pay 19.99 a year for membership??

That's what I've been paying for the past 8 years :)

$20/YEAR for the win. All these other people are getting ripped off, lol

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Off Topic / Re: Jury Duty
« on: 08/03/12 01:27PM »
The past several years I've been extremely lucky to avoid having to be on a jury. It has always been a call in prospect and my group was never the one that as to show up. Unfortnately I got a letter yesterday and it shows that I need to show up in person for this jury duty stuff.  I don't like jury duty. I think it is a waste of time especially when my company will not pay for my time off dealing with this. I know some of you guys will bash me and say as an American Citizen you need to do your part and serve your civic duty blah blah but I seriously think its a waste of time.  I know some people have a lot of time on their hands and love to be on a jury. I don't.  So my question to you is are there ways to avoid being on a jury?  I was thinking of just go and fail the interview process so bad they will not asked me to be on one.  That is what my friend did a couple of times. During the interview he told the judge that he is very bias and believe every suspect is guilty and he doesn't need to listen to any trial he will always vote guilty. The judge let him go pretty much. I might do the same thing.  Any of you guys have any other idea?

Pretty easy solution, leave this country if you can't handle it.

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Been there, done that. Made it a point to go through it during my cross-country motorcycle trip.

Here's an actual pic of me and my (still running strong) bike:



Sadly, most of the people on this site will never get to experience it :34:

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I've already been hearing an earful of it by friends and coworkers because of this :24:

http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=news/car_tips&id=8753376

Hope he goes to jail :13:

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