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Kramer comes to lrrs

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    Re: Kramer comes to lrrs


    Count me as being uninterested in Moto3 bikes as well. At 62 230 pounds Id look funnier than Doucette on his RS125.


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    Re: Kramer comes to lrrs

    But that would so be worth the price of admission!

    FWIW, if the Kramer was around way back when I started building my NC30, I probably would've just got one. Ticks all the same boxes presuming the chassis is near as good as a Moto3 /125 / 250 / GP spec chassis, the power to weight would make it an ideal "little" bike that's still fun to ride / race. Only real downside is sounding like you're farting your way around the track after some serious chili.

    However, as Josh points out.... the world is your oyster as far as what classes you can run so....

    ....anyone wanna buy a beastly '92 Honda NC30??

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    Re: Kramer comes to lrrs

    Quote Originally Posted by loudbeard View Post
    Count me as being uninterested in Moto3 bikes as well. At 6’2” 230 pounds I’d look funnier than Doucette on his RS125.
    "Like an elephant fucking a grasshopper", as we like to say.

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    Re: Kramer comes to lrrs

    Quote Originally Posted by number9 View Post
    "Like an elephant fucking a grasshopper", as we like to say.
    Speaking of coitis, how'd the RMV trip go?

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    Re: Kramer comes to lrrs

    Quote Originally Posted by scottieducati View Post
    Speaking of coitis, how'd the RMV trip go?
    You mean my trip to Waltham PD and then to the State Police barracks in Weston?

    Oh, just ducky. I think nhbubba had the same problem; the VIN on the Maine title was off compared to the VIN on the Mass title by one digit (because of my handwriting). I ended up having to get the bike visually inspected by the police before I can get a replacement title.

    It got sorted out in the end, but it was a waste of an afternoon.

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    Re: Kramer comes to lrrs

    I’ve had many problems in life. But that’s never been one of em. ... Yet.

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    Re: Kramer comes to lrrs

    How does the 690 motor compare to Hondas Big Red Pig (650) or Yamaha's 660?
    Back in 2000 when I raced a MUZ The engine was a complete rebuilt tranny to head, custom exhaust. Don't remember how much it cost but my credit report still hurts ..
    . Made around 80 Hp at the wheel and was not a grenade. and in its day would hang with SV's both at Loudon and Daytona. But the forks and brakes where no where near as good. Got the weight down to around 325lbs This Kramer is overall a much more refined machine and is turn key.
    lottery win would have one in my garage in a heart beat... lol

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    Re: Kramer comes to lrrs

    Quote Originally Posted by nhbubba View Post
    I’ve had many problems in life. But that’s never been one of em. ... Yet.
    Sorry that I impugned your character! I wonder who it was then.

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