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Old 12-12-2012, 07:26 PM   #31 (permalink)
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We got a Polar Bear ride January 1 weather permitting her in Memphis, put those leathers on and ride!!!! I refuse to act my age and most of the people my wife and I hang out with are young enough to be our kids!! lol He!! I get agitated every time I do ride with a group of people my own age, they want to stop every 50 miles and drive at or below the speed limit!!! So instead I ride with my sons and their buddies, at least they like to go fast!!!!
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Old 12-13-2012, 12:21 PM   #32 (permalink)
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My brother has a meanstreak with the Hypercharger and V&H pipes. My Warrior has a home made VBAK V&H pipes and a PC-V. He has never seen my headlight during many races, 1/4 mile,Top-end or the curves, he just keeps getting smaller in my mirror. My other brothers M109 in the 1/4 mile it's tit for tat, in the curves he can't catch me, but from about a 70MPH roll...He has a nice tall light. he puts about 5 on me and thats where it stays.
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Old 12-13-2012, 10:21 PM   #33 (permalink)
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My brother has a meanstreak with the Hypercharger and V&H pipes. My Warrior has a home made VBAK V&H pipes and a PC-V. He has never seen my headlight during many races, 1/4 mile,Top-end or the curves, he just keeps getting smaller in my mirror. My other brothers M109 in the 1/4 mile it's tit for tat, in the curves he can't catch me, but from about a 70MPH roll...He has a nice tall light. he puts about 5 on me and thats where it stays.
Is your brothers M109R stock?
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Old 12-20-2012, 06:22 PM   #34 (permalink)
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My friend just got a Mean Streak and says he want something faster so he can keep up. LOL
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:23 AM   #35 (permalink)
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my best friend has one...so we will see.

We have only been riding 1x, and he had is wife on back, so we didn't get to play....

BTW...he has the smallish 1600.

I'll report back as soon as we get to go head to head.
Meanstreaks were either 1500 or 1600 so he has the bigger one...The Vulcan 2000 was never a Meanstreak as some poster above may have thought.
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Old 01-15-2013, 02:09 PM   #36 (permalink)
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True story: I was at a local bike night and saw this guy on a customized Meanie. I like all modified things so I went over to talk to him. He was pretty proud of his bike. He proceeded to "explain" to me what modification meant and how mean his Meanie was. He also talked about big bore kits and how no cruiser can touch the performance of his bike. He said how light his chassis was and how loud his exhaust was.

I said thanx and proceeded to walk away a couple of yards to get on my bike. He saw me and exclaimed is that your bike? I said with a smile, "..Yup..." and rode away....
Love that story! LOL!
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