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would you all Give $5 to kick my rear end?

Ok, so im bored and i came up with the idea.

you give me $5 big ones,you give me a nice kick in the ass lol



all funds would gladly go to my f4 fund lol

anyone else losing there mind? lol

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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-09-2007, 07:05 PM
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Yes I have lost mine awhile back.

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But no I wouldnt give you 5 dollars to kick you in the bum.

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Wow, is this what this world has come to.

No, I wouldn't give $5 to kick you bum, but I'd kick it for $5


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I am curious why you gave up on a 750 though

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I am curious why you gave up on a 750 though
i gave up on the 750 because i am young i think the youngest on the fourm?

6/17/1987 is my dob,and its very hard to find a 750 for what i can afford,so i have to save more money to buy a 312R,i have a lil bit of credit,so i need a nice down to take the bike home.
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With the current fin. rates going you can fin. used MV's too. Just an FYI. Also have you checked on insurance for a 1000?

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i think the youngest on the fourm?
Wrong : I'm sure there's a few who are even younger than me

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its very hard to find a 750 for what i can afford,so i have to save more money to buy a 312R,i have a lil bit of credit,so i need a nice down to take the bike home.
I don't understand this, you can find a 750 for 9-12 K. If it's an MV you want, It's the 750 you should get. the 312s are in the low to mid twenties, and though it would be nice to jump on a brand new 312R, it isn't smart. I think the 750 is the way to go. The new 1000 cc MVs are way more performance oriented I believe, but that definately doesn't make the 750 any less of a bike. The 750 (from what i have heard) is an amazing bike, it handles amazing, sounds amazing, and looks pretty much like the new ones. The good thing also is that if you decide to upgrade your 750 with carbon, exhaust, footrests; if you eventually get a 312, almost all of that stuff can be transfered, and it won't be a complete loss. Correct me if I am wrong, but if you can't afford a 750, why would you go for a brand new 312? You don't have to go top of the line to enjoy the bike. Used doesn't mean abused, and you shouldn't always be afraid to buy used. That's just my opinion.

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I would venture to guess it is more difficult to finance a used 750 rather than a new 312

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I would venture to guess it is more difficult to finance a used 750 rather than a new 312
Excuse my stupidity:

If you financed a 312, it would cost less initailly, and you would have the bike in your possession, but it would cost much more in the long run right?

If you bought a 750, you would have to pay a large chunk of cash beforehand, but you wouldn't be faced with continuous payment/ risk missing payments + interest?

Would this be correct? Financing the 312 would be cheaper initially, but more hazardous in the longrun, while the 750 would cost you more initially, but later it would be safer in the longrun.


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