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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 08-10-2006, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
 
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Swapped my V-rod for a 910R!!

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Yet another newby just joined, I'v just swapped my V-rod for a 910R ...without even riding one!! Just had to have one!! WHAT have i been missing ..? !! Just picked it up and all I can say is 'One of the best bikes i've ridden' and the noise...the handling...sorry getting carried away,Is it just me or did most of you feel like this on your first ride??(Hope so
Has anybody intergrated the rear indicators into the tail piece yet?? if so let me know please....thanks in advance.
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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 08-10-2006, 11:41 AM
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Welcome Lammy! Glad you finally found The Way.

do a few searches for what you are looking for, putz around, you'll find a lot of info on here.
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Thanks...great to be here, you are right about all the info... i'll go and have a hunt around..thanks again
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post #4 of 24 (permalink) Old 08-10-2006, 12:03 PM
 
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Ok, let's see.

V-Rod or 910R, Mmmmmmm. V-Rod or 910R. Let's try it the other way 910R or V-Rod.

Either way or any color, it's a no brainier.

BTW, one of our guys makes the clear indicator kits. Search "clear".
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Yeah I know,I know but i'm all better now ;-)
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Lammy, welcome and congratulations! You will love the 910R.
BTW, I happen to really like the v-rod, especially the aluminum one they used to make (not sure if they still do). And if remember correctly, that engine was designed by Porsche.

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Welcome to MVAgusta.net and congrats on your 910R. Be sure to get yourself in the registry and throw up some photos for us to see in there!
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What???

You gave up your V-Rod for a 910R???

Are you nuts???

J/K.... LOL

Congrats dude!
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Hi guys

Yet another newby just joined, I'v just swapped my V-rod for a 910R ...without even riding one!! Just had to have one!! WHAT have i been missing ..? !! Just picked it up and all I can say is 'One of the best bikes i've ridden' and the noise...the handling...sorry getting carried away,Is it just me or did most of you feel like this on your first ride??(Hope so
Has anybody intergrated the rear indicators into the tail piece yet?? if so let me know please....thanks in advance.

Wellcome Lammy!
I have three Ducatis and one Brutale and never testdrive any of those.....
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Lammy, welcome and congratulations! You will love the 910R.
BTW, I happen to really like the v-rod, especially the aluminum one they used to make (not sure if they still do). And if remember correctly, that engine was designed by Porsche.
They are both incredible bikes, each in its own way. I kept my '06 CVO Screamin' Eagle V-Rod AND ordered the Brute 910R. Love 'em both. (Please no H-D flames, Vladder) I seldom test ride/drive anything. I generally know exactly what I want.

BTW... the anodized version was available through '06, but is no longer available as of the '07 models; and the engine was, indeed, designed by Porsche. The '06 CVO Screamin' Eagle versions have a 240mm rear tire/wheel, 127hp 1250cc vs. 115hp 1130cc, and loads of additional accessories and chrome.


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