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April 25, 2005, 07:34 PM

How much did everyone get their '05 750's OTD and where did you get it from?
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April 25, 2005, 07:36 PM

Ever read the Odyssey? Thats what Brooks had to do to get his 750. He travelled so far and for so long he came back speaking chinese (mandarin), and had to have curry in all his food.


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April 25, 2005, 07:48 PM

But it was worth it, right Brooks?
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April 25, 2005, 07:51 PM

That's true Ed. I got mine from Deep Creek Marina in McHenry, MD for $8301 OTD. It was about 3.5 hrs one way. They don't charge freight, assembly or anything else. The actual price of the bike was $8251 plus $50 for processing fees. Remember when you buy out of state, they will either give you the title or mail it to you. You are responsible for going to the DMV of your state and registering the bike and paying any sales tax which isn't much. If you want the best price and don't care about travelling too far, try Romney Cycle Center in Romney, WV. I have their number if you want it. You should also be able to find it from the dealer locator on suzukicycles.com also. They didn't have any 750's when I was looking to buy but they get them in all the time.


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April 25, 2005, 08:22 PM

Got my Blue/Black OTD for $9k including the pre-paid maintenance and the Power Guard theft protection. From Coleman's.


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April 25, 2005, 08:25 PM

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Got my Blue/Black OTD for $9k including the pre-paid maintenance and the Power Guard theft protection. From Coleman's.
Yea but you work there.


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April 25, 2005, 09:20 PM

Dam I paid $9999 but that was for tax ,title and tags... then they caharge me antoher $400 for my Arai Helmet and Suzuki GSXR leather jacket.. did I get Rob


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April 25, 2005, 09:27 PM

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Dam I paid $9999 but that was for tax ,title and tags... then they caharge me antoher $400 for my Arai Helmet and Suzuki GSXR leather jacket.. did I get Rob
Whose Rob?
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April 25, 2005, 09:29 PM

Sorry I forgot I'm not in England anymore.. Did I get Jip... robed....shanked.. you know did I pay too much


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April 25, 2005, 10:52 PM

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Dam I paid $9999 but that was for tax ,title and tags... then they caharge me antoher $400 for my Arai Helmet and Suzuki GSXR leather jacket.. did I get Rob

Well it sounds like you made up a 'lil on the helmet and jacket. The Arai helmet alone is worth $400 and up.


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April 25, 2005, 11:10 PM

whats so good about the Aria Helmet, except for it was one of the only one to fit my funny shaped head..


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April 26, 2005, 12:26 AM

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whats so good about the Aria Helmet, except for it was one of the only one to fit my funny shaped head..
funny shaped head!!!!!


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April 26, 2005, 12:34 AM

LOL what u like funny shaped Heads


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April 26, 2005, 08:03 AM

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That's true Ed. I got mine from Deep Creek Marina in McHenry, MD for $8301 OTD. It was about 3.5 hrs one way. They don't charge freight, assembly or anything else. The actual price of the bike was $8251 plus $50 for processing fees. Remember when you buy out of state, they will either give you the title or mail it to you. You are responsible for going to the DMV of your state and registering the bike and paying any sales tax which isn't much. If you want the best price and don't care about travelling too far, try Romney Cycle Center in Romney, WV. I have their number if you want it. You should also be able to find it from the dealer locator on suzukicycles.com also. They didn't have any 750's when I was looking to buy but they get them in all the time.
You got that from Parker and Carol?


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April 26, 2005, 08:11 AM

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That's true Ed. I got mine from Deep Creek Marina in McHenry, MD for $8301 OTD. It was about 3.5 hrs one way. They don't charge freight, assembly or anything else. The actual price of the bike was $8251 plus $50 for processing fees. Remember when you buy out of state, they will either give you the title or mail it to you. You are responsible for going to the DMV of your state and registering the bike and paying any sales tax which isn't much. If you want the best price and don't care about travelling too far, try Romney Cycle Center in Romney, WV. I have their number if you want it. You should also be able to find it from the dealer locator on suzukicycles.com also. They didn't have any 750's when I was looking to buy but they get them in all the time.
You got that from Parker and Carol?
Who is that.


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