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Does anybody have 2 F4s. One for Street and one for Track?

I'm toying with the thought of buying a R1000 for the track "only".

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Turbo, based on your inventory, I think you have a serious bike addiction. Seek help.
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Turbo, based on your inventory, I think you have a serious bike addiction. Seek help.
lol

This stuff is like Crack. hahahahahhaha

Disclaimer: I've never actually taken crack.

I figure with Ferracci racing the bike there will be serious development which in turn equals SERIOUS MODS!!!!

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I say if you got the funds for it do it man!
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Nate, you can talk to Travis (@STT) about this because at one time he had an F4 Strada for the track and a Senna for the street.

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Nate, you can talk to Travis (@STT) about this because at one time he had an F4 Strada for the track and a Senna for the street.
You know Travis????!!!!

That's a good friend of mine!!! I will shoot him an email.

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You know Travis????!!!!

That's a good friend of mine!!! I will shoot him an email.
Small world. I have Travis's old Strada. (see avatar) Actually Travis took that pic!

I don't have two F4s but I have an F4 and a Brutale. The F4 is track only. It's nice to have a parts bike, and nice that many parts are similar and interchangeable. So when you pick up spares, you get spares for either bike.

In that vain, something to consider is wheels. It's always nice to have an extra set of wheels with fresh rubber or rains. But the R has different rotors, axle, etc. The rear is interchangeable.

Two F4s? I like my arrangement, different yet similar. The only reason to have two bikes so similar is that you're so heavy into track that your mods to make it track worthy make it not street worthy or you're just too lazy to swap plastics or what not--which I can understand if you go to the track a lot...

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You know Travis????!!!!

That's a good friend of mine!!! I will shoot him an email.
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Turbo...I bet that 749 feels like a slug in comparison to your other rides...christ, a 999 race bike and an F41000....christ...

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and the HUGE lower triple clamp. that thing is braced like king-kong at at a bondage party.
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Heh. Do we know Travis?

And it looks like Mai is wearing a shirt that references another person we know...

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