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R6KinddaBoi
I'm a Rookie, How do I Wheelie?
 
Posts: 13
Join Date: April 4, 2004
Location: Northern Virginia
April 12, 2004, 09:07 PM

all i can say is rookie mistake. trin'a hot one too many wheelies with my R6. too much thottle. went straight up, slide on the tail for a min, then started flippin'. it was like a bad dream while i was layin' on the ground lookin' at the whole thing. not too. all fairings are scratched some cracked, dent/scratched gas tank, hole in oil cover, tail/undertail/tail lights broke rear seat messed up, front fairing with head lights busted, windshield busted, mirror gone, right side clipon snapped.switched busted. i think ebay will be my friend for a while. any ideas?? i'll try to put some pics.
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