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tyrroneous

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About tyrroneous

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    A man with skills...
  • Birthday 12/01/1975

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  • Location
    Columbus, Mississippi
  • In My Garage:
    2007 Triumph Daytona 675
    2000 Suzuki SV 650
    2004 Honda CRF70
    1982 Yamaha PW50
  1. Curious as to why the HID's weren't installed in the low beam positions?
  2. Can't wait to see the end result!
  3. :ohmy: Holy cow! Glad you're mostly alright. It sounds like you'll heal up pretty quickly. The RCBVFR must live on!!!
  4. Nice report. I love me some Ozark riding.
  5. Very nice! I've always been a fan of shotgun exhausts and this is no different.
  6. Excellent write up Miguel. I hope to make it to next years T-Mac.
  7. Simply awesome. Congrats on making it all legit Toro.
  8. Wow, some excellent pictures there Miguel. My dad's folks lived in Bigfork, MT on the shore of Flathead lake. I have some great memories of visiting them when I was a kid and going swimming in the lake. That water never gets warm though!
  9. I can hear the hard parts scraping!
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    Really cool picture!
  11. That's a great find Tim. I had the pleasure of riding a buddy's new 600RR a couple of weeks ago. It is a fantastic machine, with more power than I thought was possible from a 600. :thumbsup:
  12. Cool project. I'll be interested to see how it turns out. By any chance, have you thought about going to a belt drive instead of a chain? That would really keep your noise level down.
  13. Sounds like fun. Lose last few shots are really good!
  14. Man Larry, as close as you are to having this thing licked, you really should take a long hard look at buell's tensioners. I think it, or something very similar, would work to take up the little bit of slack. By the way, that machined rear sprocket looks HAWT!
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