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used2bfast

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used2bfast says:

Jap Crap

Before the barrage of abuse...I think we should have a list of the worst Jap bikes. (We can't do British, as I would be here all night) I must admit though, that I get a bit sick of the knocking us Triumph (and Italian marques also) owners get. There is an attitiude, that if its good it hads to be japanese. Well they have made some real shite. I will start us off...

Honda CB750F Honda VF750F Honda SS50 Suzuki RE5 ..... 

 

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weasel64

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weasel64 says:

oy u2bf

had a cb 750 ( fb ) in 82...... twas good 4 the time??

& various others since but now i can afford stuff got a 04/54 cbr1000 +mv f4 1000r ( 07 ) plate

so begs the question???  triumph & italin marques???

thr it you might like it!!!!

BTW back to thread... yamaha xs 250 when i were 17 kin crap BUT passed me test on it so ( done its job )

& its NOT ATTITUDE m8 its circumanstanties ( mine now are a LOT different now compared 2 when i was a young'n ) :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:

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toe_down_sv_racing

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SUZUKI RF's

ARE THE WORST BIKES EVER MADE !!!!!!!!

:ph43r:

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easyridertez

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easyridertez says:

japcrappy

Kawaski gpz 305 . Now thats a bike.that sold well

but belt drive it had as the best part.

:biggrin:

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KimLondon

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KimLondon says:

I would go for the

Suzuki GS500. Pig. Utter pig of a bike. 

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Suzuki7

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Suzuki7 says:

Jap Crap

Ladies and Gentlemen I give you the H2 Kawasaki.

The Worlds first invisible hinge. You couldn't see it but it was there right in the middle of the frame. Steered like a frigging dump truck.

Killed so many of it's riders it was nicknamed the widowmaker.

A truly shocking piece of shyte!

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EasyNinja

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EasyNinja says:

The sentence

"" (We can't do British, as I would be here all night) ""

Just goes to show people in glass houses shudnt throw stones... and yes japanese firms learn from their mistakes.. unlike the shite the western world currently churns out!!!

Triumph 675 anyone... pah !!!!!!!!!!

:tongue:

 

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used2bfast

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used2bfast says:

Easy

Get back on t't thread

I can't agree with Suzuki7 (good name though) I like the Old H1 and H2 Kwaks. They both had hinged frames, but great fun.

Now then, back on thread -Honda 500/4 four stroke racer (1979) Granty Wheelied and fell off/blew up in British GP - I think I've top-trumped!!  :eyebrows:

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easyridertez

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easyridertez says:

crap

well does Yammy xs 250's ring any bells 2000 rpm at tick overs.:blink::blink:

and kawaski vn 750 i had one troubles i think james deans dad had it.:shock:

 

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urbmark

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urbmark says:

I had...

In 1980 a  Kawasaki KH250 Triple which was a heap of Poo !

But when it went it would easily see off any Bonny.

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brutale r

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brutale r says:

thing is

the jap crap of yesteryear is todays classics

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