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    I know it's a cager but I just heard a Mclaren 570 for the first time yesterday. It sounded like a V10 or Flat 12, awesome I couldn't get me phone out fast enough to take a video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RC51Sp2 View Post
    I know it's a cager but I just heard a Mclaren 570 for the first time yesterday. It sounded like a V10 or Flat 12, awesome I couldn't get me phone out fast enough to take a video.
    I bet that sounded great! I enjoy car sounds almost as much as bike sounds. Look up a channel called 19Bozzy92 on YouTube. He has the best car audio clips on YouTube!

    And BK just let me know when he's available and I'll make the trip!
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    Patrick, I have one for you.

    I just picked up an RG500

    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1184313138251517
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    1968- "two stroke power cost only a fraction of what had to be spent to get the same from a four stroke"

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadKaw View Post
    Patrick, I have one for you.

    I just picked up an RG500

    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1184313138251517
    Patrick, you need to get this one even though a recording won't do it justice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadKaw View Post
    Patrick, I have one for you.

    I just picked up an RG500

    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1184313138251517
    Awesome!!! I'll definitely have to swing by and get that one.
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    Actually, now that I checked my notes, I already have an RG500 believe it or not! Haha. But yours looks to be much prettier than the one I recorded, so I still want to get it.
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    where did you find the other RG?
    1968- "two stroke power cost only a fraction of what had to be spent to get the same from a four stroke"

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadKaw View Post
    where did you find the other RG?
    At a bike show up near Sac that I rode to with Jeff. Yours is much nicer though...the one I recorded had some beat up track bodywork on it.
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    did you ever get an R1M? or Triumph 675 triple?
    1968- "two stroke power cost only a fraction of what had to be spent to get the same from a four stroke"

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    Still looking for an R1M but did get a Daytona a while back.
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    ok Tom Harrison's R1M is available.

    got to ride it the other day. It sounds pretty much like my son's 2014 crossplane but a little different
    1968- "two stroke power cost only a fraction of what had to be spent to get the same from a four stroke"

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadKaw View Post
    ok Tom Harrison's R1M is available.

    got to ride it the other day. It sounds pretty much like my son's 2014 crossplane but a little different
    Sweet I'll definitely have to get that one. The sounds are pretty similar but looks wise they're pretty different so it will be worth it to get a new R1m.
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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