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Offline Pistonpete

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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #100 on: February 16, 2010, 05:39:27 pm »
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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #101 on: February 16, 2010, 05:41:32 pm »
How can you tell that a BMW rider and his passenger are having an affair?

Their jackets don't match yet!   :mwink:

Proof this doesn't apply to KTM...I wear KTM kit, my wife/pillion still wears her BMW kit... 8) :biggrin:
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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #102 on: February 16, 2010, 05:47:55 pm »
Just shows, ktm riders dont know how to fix a puncture. Must be because theyre not used to dirt... ;D
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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #103 on: February 16, 2010, 05:55:21 pm »
Lies & fibs i tell you....Andy660 fixes all our flats for us...
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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #104 on: February 16, 2010, 05:57:14 pm »
Lies & fibs i tell you....Andy660 fixes all our flats for us...

Exacly, the Yamaha riders know how.  :mwink:
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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #105 on: February 16, 2010, 05:58:23 pm »
Eish.... the KTM dude is a gentleman. He took of his back wheel so that his missus could lie on it while he's busy getting rid of the V-twin vibrations in her body!   :laughing4:
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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #106 on: February 16, 2010, 06:00:18 pm »
I missed the whole thing!!!!


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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #107 on: February 16, 2010, 06:45:20 pm »
How can you tell that a BMW rider and his passenger are having an affair?

Their jackets don't match yet!   :mwink:

Ok must admit this is funny!
 

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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #108 on: February 16, 2010, 06:58:51 pm »
Eish.... the KTM dude is a gentleman. He took of his back wheel so that his missus could lie on it while he's busy getting rid of the V-twin vibrations in her body!   :laughing4:




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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #109 on: February 16, 2010, 07:02:03 pm »
Eish.... the KTM dude is a gentleman. He took of his back wheel so that his missus could lie on it while he's busy getting rid of the V-twin vibrations in her body!   :laughing4:

He cant be a gentleman. If he were he would have bought a BM so his missus wouldnt feel vibrations in the first place. He would have rather bought her another tool to feel vibrations, not the pillion on a KTM. :peepwall:
 

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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #110 on: February 16, 2010, 07:44:00 pm »
nah just goes to show the versatility ........... smacks the sports bikes on tar and kicks the KTWannabees on dirt ......  :pot:  :ricky:

Hey Broer, careful with too much truth. The KTMers buy the bike for fantasy, you may shatter their fantasy when they realise they spent all that money on a bike without even a fuel gauge... :biggrin:
What the fark would i want to do with a fuel gauge?? Look where you are going not where the hell you must stop and have a lunch. Live the adventure and fark the the trinkets! That is what riding a KTM is about not the shit that adds no value to the experience!

Great idea. Vark the trinkets, vark the clothes. Lets wear animal skins and walk and carry clubs. Now I understand the KTM mentality  :pot: :imaposer:

Its a reactionary response to being overtaken by technology
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Wanneer jy Middelpos toe kan ry sonder 'n back-up voertuig, back-up petrol, back-up tubes, ens ... dan praat ons weer.  ;)

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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #111 on: February 16, 2010, 08:34:41 pm »
nah just goes to show the versatility ........... smacks the sports bikes on tar and kicks the KTWannabees on dirt ......  :pot:  :ricky:

Hey Broer, careful with too much truth. The KTMers buy the bike for fantasy, you may shatter their fantasy when they realise they spent all that money on a bike without even a fuel gauge... :biggrin:
What the fark would i want to do with a fuel gauge?? Look where you are going not where the hell you must stop and have a lunch. Live the adventure and fark the the trinkets! That is what riding a KTM is about not the shit that adds no value to the experience!

Great idea. Vark the trinkets, vark the clothes. Lets wear animal skins and walk and carry clubs. Now I understand the KTM mentality  :pot: :imaposer:

Its a reactionary response to being overtaken by technology
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New tegnology,........... With an engine thast was old tegnology 20 years ago already! :imaposer:

Ja ... dit was 80 jaar gelede al 'n goeie idee. Enigste goeie idee wat KTM al gekry het was om iemand anders te vra om die suspensie te maak (WP).

Wanneer jy Middelpos toe kan ry sonder 'n back-up voertuig, back-up petrol, back-up tubes, ens ... dan praat ons weer.  ;)

Kom ons gaan Saterdag dan kyk ons wie is eerste daar en weer by die huis. :mwink:

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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #112 on: February 16, 2010, 08:50:08 pm »
Ek sal hom sommer aanvat met 'n gipsbeen >:D

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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #113 on: February 16, 2010, 09:19:46 pm »
nah just goes to show the versatility ........... smacks the sports bikes on tar and kicks the KTWannabees on dirt ......  :pot:  :ricky:

Hey Broer, careful with too much truth. The KTMers buy the bike for fantasy, you may shatter their fantasy when they realise they spent all that money on a bike without even a fuel gauge... :biggrin:
What the fark would i want to do with a fuel gauge?? Look where you are going not where the hell you must stop and have a lunch. Live the adventure and fark the the trinkets! That is what riding a KTM is about not the shit that adds no value to the experience!

Great idea. Vark the trinkets, vark the clothes. Lets wear animal skins and walk and carry clubs. Now I understand the KTM mentality  :pot: :imaposer:

Its a reactionary response to being overtaken by technology
  :biggrin:


New tegnology,........... With an engine thast was old tegnology 20 years ago already! :imaposer:

Ja ... dit was 80 jaar gelede al 'n goeie idee. Enigste goeie idee wat KTM al gekry het was om iemand anders te vra om die suspensie te maak (WP).

Wanneer jy Middelpos toe kan ry sonder 'n back-up voertuig, back-up petrol, back-up tubes, ens ... dan praat ons weer.  ;)

Kom ons gaan Saterdag dan kyk ons wie is eerste daar en weer by die huis. :mwink:

OK ... maar jy ry jou bike stock ... niks aanpassings, bybehore, toerusting, ens ekstra nie ... en o ja, ons doen dit 20 keer na mekaar!   :biggrin:

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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #114 on: February 16, 2010, 09:21:02 pm »
Jy is ook welkom om te join as ons weer pad vat,en jy kan jou bagasie op die backup voertuig gooi! Hoe klink daai? :thumleft:

Snoetbul, thanks man!  :thumleft: Maar ek ry te stadig vir julle ouens ... plus ek het maar min bagasie want ek kamp nie ... ek bly net in gastehuise en hotelle ...  :biggrin:
Ma ek kamp ook nie! Moenie so wees nie!

Nou wat sit jy op die bakkie ... spares?  :D
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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #115 on: February 17, 2010, 07:14:19 am »
Nou wat sit jy op die bakkie ... spares?  :D
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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #116 on: February 17, 2010, 08:24:03 am »
Jy is ook welkom om te join as ons weer pad vat,en jy kan jou bagasie op die backup voertuig gooi! Hoe klink daai? :thumleft:

Snoetbul, thanks man!  :thumleft: Maar ek ry te stadig vir julle ouens ... plus ek het maar min bagasie want ek kamp nie ... ek bly net in gastehuise en hotelle ...  :biggrin:
Ma ek kamp ook nie! Moenie so wees nie!

Nou wat sit jy op die bakkie ... spares?  :D
Dit ook ja,maar jy weet mos wat alles op die bakkie kom?
 

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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #117 on: February 17, 2010, 08:25:39 am »
Jy is ook welkom om te join as ons weer pad vat,en jy kan jou bagasie op die backup voertuig gooi! Hoe klink daai? :thumleft:

Snoetbul, thanks man!  :thumleft: Maar ek ry te stadig vir julle ouens ... plus ek het maar min bagasie want ek kamp nie ... ek bly net in gastehuise en hotelle ...  :biggrin:
Ma ek kamp ook nie! Moenie so wees nie!

Nou wat sit jy op die bakkie ... spares?  :D
Dit ook ja,maar jy weet mos wat alles op die bakkie kom?

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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #118 on: February 17, 2010, 08:54:10 am »
nah just goes to show the versatility ........... smacks the sports bikes on tar and kicks the KTWannabees on dirt ......  :pot:  :ricky:

Hey Broer, careful with too much truth. The KTMers buy the bike for fantasy, you may shatter their fantasy when they realise they spent all that money on a bike without even a fuel gauge... :biggrin:
What the fark would i want to do with a fuel gauge?? Look where you are going not where the hell you must stop and have a lunch. Live the adventure and fark the the trinkets! That is what riding a KTM is about not the shit that adds no value to the experience!

Great idea. Vark the trinkets, vark the clothes. Lets wear animal skins and walk and carry clubs. Now I understand the KTM mentality  :pot: :imaposer:

Its a reactionary response to being overtaken by technology
  :biggrin:


New tegnology,........... With an engine thast was old tegnology 20 years ago already! :imaposer:

Ja ... dit was 80 jaar gelede al 'n goeie idee. Enigste goeie idee wat KTM al gekry het was om iemand anders te vra om die suspensie te maak (WP).

Wanneer jy Middelpos toe kan ry sonder 'n back-up voertuig, back-up petrol, back-up tubes, ens ... dan praat ons weer.  ;)

Kom ons gaan Saterdag dan kyk ons wie is eerste daar en weer by die huis. :mwink:

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Re: Who left his 990R in the road?
« Reply #119 on: February 17, 2010, 09:02:56 am »
And as for colour matched kit ......no matter what bikes .... I dont do the colour matching thing ...thats why I have an orange jacket on a yellow beemer ....nope no KTM wannabe intentions ....just to show the KTM manne how good they would look on a BMW
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