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    Adrenaline Junky CrashB's Avatar
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    Supermoto

    Peoples thoughts?





    I have a ducati with a TLR motor...


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    Pass...


    Big difference between sticking an awesome engine into a gorgeous 998 body and wasting one a dirt bike.
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    Looks ok for what it is. I've seen more sacrilegeous things done to a TL. Might even be quite fun in it's own way.
    Like my TL I'm old, overweight and badly maintained but I can still surprise you by how fast I can move.

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    So, is that like a superduke? Because it looks like a superduke.

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    I'm planning on doing another TL engined build at some point, but need to build a workshop first, and finish building my house!


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    I like it. However, if he keeps doing those wheelies, he will need to replace the engine sooner rather than later.

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