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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-30-2010, 11:08 PM Thread Starter
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why just in here?

ok y cant we post our prob. in the thread of the year of our bike with out it getting moved into this forum where only 5-6 people look in at a time and maybe 1 knows your bike this makes NO since to me.....let us post in the forum of OUR bike so people that know OUR bike can help us!!!!!

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possibly because one is for threads about modifications and one is for troubleshooting....

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still makes no since you post something to have a prob. solved in a descent amount of time from someone who is knowledgeable about your bike not someone who says "well on my 1998 v2000 this is what you do"

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ok y cant we post our prob. in the thread of the year of our bike with out it getting moved into this forum where only 5-6 people look in at a time and maybe 1 knows your bike this makes NO since to me.....let us post in the forum of OUR bike so people that know OUR bike can help us!!!!!

Is this your problem lol
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ok y cant we post our prob. in the thread of the year of our bike with out it getting moved into this forum where only 5-6 people look in at a time and maybe 1 knows your bike this makes NO since to me.....let us post in the forum of OUR bike so people that know OUR bike can help us!!!!!
Understanding things must not be a strong suit of yours.

But, I guess we should all start having new members put their first posts in the troubleshooting section, modifications in this one, for sale threads in general, and offtopic posts in 03-06/07-08/09-10.
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no must not be a strong suit of yours im not saying do away with them all or where u can post just anything anywhere just to do away with this troubleshooting 1 is all im saying so u can post in a place where the MOST people look that could have the best opinions

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Do you just like to make incoherent rambling posts, or do you not know how to properly use punctuation? At a minimum, that would make your poor attempt at English somewhat legible.

But if you only want opinions on problems, consult Google. If you want people that actually know bikes, their systems, and know how to troubleshoot, post in the correct forum. Better yet, get a service manual and go fix your bike yourself.
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Do you just like to make incoherent rambling posts, or do you not know how to properly use punctuation? At a minimum, that would make your poor attempt at English somewhat legible.

But if you only want opinions on problems, consult Google. If you want people that actually know bikes, their systems, and know how to troubleshoot, post in the correct forum. Better yet, get a service manual and go fix your bike yourself.

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I’m sorry I forgot we are not allowed to have opinions or anything please forgive me!!! And im sorry for the wrong English for you I didn’t know im on an English class forum as well. Have a good night and im sorry again sir.

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If you want an opinion, post it in the right forum section.
post #11 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-30-2010, 11:46 PM
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still makes no since you post something to have a prob. solved in a descent amount of time from someone who is knowledgeable about your bike not someone who says "well on my 1998 v2000 this is what you do"
considering there is really only 2 different "designs" of these bikes, how hard can it be to find someone on here that knows your model...

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