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rite will b gettin a new bike in the near future an hears what i was thinking

2001 r6
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cbr600rr

i`d love thenew r6 but quite honestly i dont think i`d suit it i look at those bikes an i think there for lepricorns there so tiny and i think an x rugby playing solider would look mighty wrong one one

as wrong as richard and judy in a pornoo

which bikes would u say would be a good one to get

cheers lads

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kwaka but dont you mean b1h not bh1?

2nd choice would be the k4 mate there nice, not a k6 ive gone off them abit
 

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richard and judie porno FTW!
 

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keep the NC30 and tyga it, will raise the arse end up alot and change the riding position.
also something i`ve bee thinking but not a full tyga just a arse tyga andleave front standard and get some lence covers and use rest of the cash to get a decentshock and source a pair of rvf forks or a nie front end

as dad will either be guarentor or dip in his deep pockets
 

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Pretty sure if the finance goes through in your dad's name, then the bike goes in his name too. A lot of finance companies require this.

Would give you less options to insure it as some will only insure you if you are the registered keeper. Check this out with insurance companies cos some are right twats.
 

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already got it covered with mce my dad did the finance for my lil 50cc gilera dna and they asked nothing so think i`ve desded anyway its gonna be a blue..........................r6...........................1999 onwards so 3 grad should get a tidy one
 

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It will be easier and cheaper to get a loan mate, you dont have to pay all the administration fees and sh*t that you do on finance, and you can pay more off if you want to one month...so you clear the debt quicker.
 

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and you can pay more off if you want to one month...so you clear the debt quicker.
Only if the loan you have has the facility to do this, not that many do.

TBH, I think if I were you I'd stick with the VFR for the summer, and save up instead of getting the loan, then when you get the new bike start saving again for the next one...

So that way you're always putting money aside for your bike, just not paying a % of it to a loan company for the rest of your biking life, and if you put it in a cash ISA (upto ?3k PA) then you'll get a nice little lump added to your stash as you go along


OK, in the short term you'll have to wait longer for your new bike, but in a couple of bikes time then you'll be so much better off this way, and as a bonus you'll never be tied in or commited to payments should your situation change.
 
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