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IsraelsRSV

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IsraelsRSV says:

Anyone know of a Buell Firebolt?

Hi, I'm looking to get my hands on Buell firebolt, 9 or 12, but you can't really get em, unless you know someone who is selling one. Anyone know of any for sale not on internet?

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preunit

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preunit says:

On da

Bay :unsure:

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weasel64

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weasel64 says:

a buell ???

id rather have my bell end wrapped in nettles & tied down with barbed wire !!!

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snev

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snev says:

^^^^^^

You ain't tried the MT09 then......Weasel.........:unsure:

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IsraelsRSV

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IsraelsRSV says:

Perfect combo

The xb12r firebolt is pure genius! A 1200cc vtwin engine in a frame as small as a 125, over 80fp of torque and further lean angles than an r6. Its knee drag and wheelies everywhere. I worked as a harley tech when they still owned buell and so know all the common flaws. It is not a mechanics bike, but it is a riders :biggrin:


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CB13

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CB13 says:

Had an..

XB12S Lightning. Brilliant fun to ride but sooooo uncomfortable. More than 100miles in the saddle and it was agony on your knees, arse and wrists. The last time I rode it before selling it I did a 240 mile trip and couldn't walk properly for days afterwards.

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IsraelsRSV

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IsraelsRSV says:

Ah Yes

Not made for comfort. I now only get the chance to go out for an hour or 2 a week, and so go to my favorite set of twisties. A wee section of road a few miles long, completely shell-grit, with tight corners, sweeping corners and the odd dip and rise. I ride there, bomb back and forth, planting the knees and pulling wheelies over the bumps and then I take the long way home. So the buell is perfect for short playful rides. Its no superbike, just a toy really.  

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CB13

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CB13 says:

Perfect for ..

your needs. Have fun.

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ANichol

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ANichol says:

There's

an older buell (cyclone perhpas, I don't have it with me to check) in the small ads in this month's BSH

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