Totally BADASS twin-VFR 750 spliced engines

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  1. TNRabbit

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    damn. wouldn't want to meet that growl in a dark alley.
     
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    ::boggle::
     
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    Ahh ...wow...wish he hammered the throttle at least have way to red line..could you imagine what that sound would have sounded like...the guy sayin..a duh it sounds like the VFR'S ..well no shit sherlock..thats what it is . There should be a rule that if you want us to hear any pipes..double engine frankiviffer..hammer the freekin throttle skippy.nof said JMO

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    Makes my head hurt just thinking of the nightmare involved to do that. Awesome though!
     
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    I would like to see it run down the track. Sounds wicked.
     
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    Whoa, now that's pretty trick, a nice piece of work. all though be nice to hear it under a load as in going down the road, but hey it's cool. need to see the dyno chart on this one. ;) that and see it go around a corner.
     
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    It's a drag bike; doubt it'll be doing any corners~
     
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    That engine would make a good replacement for the 1.8L in my car
     
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    I think the bike is gay.
     
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    :pound: funny...
     
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    Somebody said it was a drag bike..
     
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    I'm impressed. That's a great build. I wonder what he was doing for a radiator? I'm sure it doesn't need much to run for 5 minutes at a stretch.
     
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