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Must be for that "road holding weight" I keep hearing about.

Nah. I'm not buying it. These bikes are just too heavy. As much or more than a 30 year old Goldwing. More than my 1980 Shovelhead ..... wet. Ridiculous.
Bollocks. Claimed dry weight is 308 kg (678 lbs). My Fat Boy has claimed 307 kg dry but then I have 88 ci engine compared to 98 ci here. They could have named this Nippy.

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"I hear it could....."

That's about the best you got. If you depended on knowledge I'd say you lamer than an imginary FatBoy that has 64 horsepower.
Oh yeah. Didn't we have this same discussion years ago? If I recall correctly you were getting so paranoid during some extended glue sniffing that you were doubting whether I actually existed at all.

But talking about my HD, here's a riddle for you: my 2002 HD owners manual says the 7th last digit in VIN is a letter for manufacturing town either Y= York, PA or K= Kansas City, MO. What letter do I have?

Get this right and I will send you a t-shirt with my picture on it, you can wear it on all the important occasions.

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"Oh yeah. Didn't we have this same discussion years ago? "

Yes we did. I'm still waiting for the picture of the French engine that Harley copied. You know, when you were going to prove me wrong AGAIN. Send along a picture of that and of you with your 64 HP FatHead. I guess I have to wait for that one eh? You don't have a manual for a bike you don't own, but Sportsters are made in KC, so I'd guess you have a K, becuase you love Sportsters so much? Do I win a prize now? Did I get the horsepower right at least?
Lemme get this straight. If I post a picture of a Harley you are convinced I own one. Because, er, it must then be mine. I give you free advice: never answer any mails from Nigeria. Never open one.

I would never ever buy a worster. Everything that is wrong with American auto industry is crystallized in that bike. Even the name is a pisstake.

Oh yes the French bike that the original Harley copied, got to find a picture, thanks for reminding. K is the wrong answer. But as it happens Y is wrong also. Think about it.

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