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The bike would have to fulfill quite a few requirements:



1. It would have to be slower than it looks.

2. It couldn't have room for more than two people.

3. It would need a compartment to store the hair comb and LA Gear shoes.

4. It would need a high-end tape deck and some killer speakers.

5. It would be obsolete.



So, that would leave the Kawaski Voyager.
 

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Suzuki M190R. 127 hp (crank) 120 ftlb torque.

Sweet little hot-rod bike.
 

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I don't know Kawasaki nomenclature too well....So I couldn't tell you which ZXRZZZ 1100, 1200 etc... that I'm talking about but:



Git yerself one o' them big green Eddie Lawson lookin' things ~ you know ~ Kerker exhaust, big ol' pipe braced swing arm, lotsa tire and lotsa motor, wiggles & shakes when you ride it hard , motor sounds kinda raw & phat! yeah that's the ticket...!



This bike exemplifies the spirit and style of a Z28!
 

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Definitely a Bandit 1200 (which I sold a few years ago and now miss). When people who didn't know bikes but knew cars used to ask me what type of bike I had, I always said it was sort of like a Z28. Big-block power, cheap as hell (for an engine of that size and power), very old-tech frame and suspension, yet reasonable capable once tuned and/or upgraded, and simple as dirt to maintain without a very complete set of advanced tools.
 

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1988-89 Suzuki GSXR 1100

The Chevy 350 of Sportbikes, it responds well to modifications, can kick newer bikes' arse when ridden well, and is ~430 pds dry.

Swap out the front end with something newer, better shock and tires, jet kit and exhaust--and you're there.
 
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