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Offline IceCreamMan

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BMW Boxer engine..
« Reply #40 on: April 05, 2007, 03:31:03 pm »
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IDR, the only way that relates to sex is you will feel raped after riding it.


Well sayed Shark!  :twisted:

No inline 3+ cyl engine compares to twins or singles on riding comfort  :thumbright:

After ridden over 50,000kms with inline-4 sport bikes and "upgraded" to flat twin, I personally now find hyper revvy inline engines the most useless/unpractical engines on motorcycles, in fact. Or I'm getting old  :twisted:

Stricly made for those guys who seriously need penis-enlargement  :lol:


I got a problem here, I still get that "aroused" feeling when I think of the sound the early Laverda Jota made, with a 3 into one and wrung out, a bit like a Tom Cat with its balls in a Bear Trap.

Welsh  :shock:  :shock:


Mate of mine still has a pristine orange one ...motor done 90 000 kays an bike still in pristine condition...i have tried to buy it off him a couple of times to no avail.

Another guy i know has the RGS model , filling up the tank in the fairing always confuses the petrol jockeys...
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BMW Boxer engine..
« Reply #41 on: April 05, 2007, 03:50:56 pm »
Quote from: "IceCreamMan"
Quote from: "African Welsh"
Quote from: "tsiklonaut"
Quote from: "shark_za"
IDR, the only way that relates to sex is you will feel raped after riding it.


Well sayed Shark!  :twisted:

No inline 3+ cyl engine compares to twins or singles on riding comfort  :thumbright:

After ridden over 50,000kms with inline-4 sport bikes and "upgraded" to flat twin, I personally now find hyper revvy inline engines the most useless/unpractical engines on motorcycles, in fact. Or I'm getting old  :twisted:

Stricly made for those guys who seriously need penis-enlargement  :lol:


I got a problem here, I still get that "aroused" feeling when I think of the sound the early Laverda Jota made, with a 3 into one and wrung out, a bit like a Tom Cat with its balls in a Bear Trap.

Welsh  :shock:  :shock:


Mate of mine still has a pristine orange one ...motor done 90 000 kays an bike still in pristine condition...i have tried to buy it off him a couple of times to no avail.

Another guy i know has the RGS model , filling up the tank in the fairing always confuses the petrol jockeys...


The original orange ones are the best, the motor was just a 3rd cylinder grafted onto the end of the 750 vertical twin, they did not want the tooling expense of a 120 degree crank so it was a flat crank 2 up one down, like some of the flat crank V8 Lotus motors. Thats why they sounded funny, the later RGS versions etc were 120 degree cranks, smoother but no soul.
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