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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-02-2012, 02:43 AM Thread Starter
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Talking Freshman from The Netherlands

Hey there,

My name is Kerim.
23 years old, living in The Netherlands.
As a daily occupation I am a Car mechanic @ Nissan.

I have been riding bikes for 3 years now.
At the moment I am not riding because I own a crashed CBR600RR (04)
before the CBR I had a Yamaha FZR600R

But I always wanted to ride a Honda RR.
My dream was a 2005 model Fireblade but my budget said that I only could afford a 600RR from 04 :)

its still better than a Yamaha :D

Here I have some pictures of my bike:





and this is how it looks like after the crash











The following parts have to be changed:
  • Mirror left
  • Clutch pedal
  • Left poot peg
  • Clipon left side
  • Stator
  • Stator cover
  • New fresh oil :)
  • Fairing (was thinking about a Movistar fairing set)
  • Exhaust end
  • Side marker left side front
  • Side marker left+right rear
  • Fender eliminator

well that was it :)

kind regards,
Kerim
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-02-2012, 03:00 AM
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Nice pictures, nice bike...you're a mechanic, she'll be up and running in no time. No more wheelies ;)

Welcome

I'd play some Armin for you but not sure if everyone likes it haha

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Welkom, I love Dutch people, so nice and kind. And they have the best version of pancakes that are called Pannekoek, these things are monstrous and so so good.


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Hey welcome to the forum. Looks like whoever wrecked that bike did a mean wheelie haha.

I love that color though.


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Thank you for welcoming,
It was indeed a wheelie fail :(

while practicing I was a bit to harsh on the throttle and it flipped me over before I could braked with the rear, Well I think it will all get repaired quickly so I can hit the roads again :)

@Dynamic: Hell yeah bro, it is good food :)

@Fly_killer: Nah mate im more in to Dubstep/DnB ;)

@Volcom440: Yeah, I was liking the color too, thats why I was looking for a Movistar fairing because it has the same color
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woow u were wheeling without frame sliders ? make sure u install a pair b4 u wheelie next time.

those pics hurt, hope u ddnt get as much damage as the bike, good luck bringing her back to life


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