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[/emoticons/emotion-2.gif] I have been lurking since before I bought the '07 RS Midnight Warrior, on July 5 '07. I figured its about time I tried to become a part of the greatest forum I know of.

This is my 3rd bike after a 20 year break. My last bike was a 79 yamaha 750 special (stolen), man what a difference. This bike looks and rides like greased lightning. I cant stay off of it. In less than two months I have clocked over 2500 miles.

I want to say thanks to everyone for being helpful and informative to complete strangers like me. Left alone the Warrior beats the pants off of any bike but you guys have taken it to a new level. I have seen thousands of galleries and there are too many folks out there to compliment. Checkout my gallery. Just keep in mind I havent paid for the bike yet and Mod Money is scarce for now. I am saving up to get rid of the bazooka.

I took it out yesterday on my first group ride with a good friend I used to work with on a twisty road around the Uvas Resivior in Gilroy (she has a honda 600 cruiser). Tons of fun. Girls on bikes are awsome. Girls on Warriors knock me out.

So far I have removed the stickers, badges and reflectors. Hacked the inner fender. Replaced rear tire with a 210 (didnt want to repair the stock tire). Added a cruise control and gargae door opener (thank you redhorse). Changed the engine and gear oil (did a search on the forum). All this has increased performance. I goes like 150 kagillion miles per hour now (really, it does).
 

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Congrat's and welcome to the 4m and the Midnight Club. Oh also the 1st member of the kagillion miles per hour club[/emoticons/emotion-2.gif]
 

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Welcome to the forum, you have a good start on your bike. I'm not sure there is ever an end to mods. I haven't found it yet.
 

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Gee! Another Midnight Warrior joining the ranks of the dark side...

Is it just me or does it seem that the dark side is pulling a lot of new Warrior riders toward it dark and sinister ways...[}/emoticons/emotion-1.gif]

Anyway...Welcome to the forums and to the dark side...

Mark aka Mad Man
 

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Welcome to the Hood Ed. I took a 20 years break myself so I understand your excitement with the Warrior. It does Rock. My last ride was a 78 GS1000. What the heck is an antitech1?
 

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quote:Originally posted by TheZsdad

Welcome to the Hood Ed. I took a 20 years break myself so I understand your excitement with the Warrior. It does Rock. My last ride was a 78 GS1000. What the heck is an antitech1?


Anti-Tech is me wishing for simpler times before computers and fuel injection. The reality is, without these things I wouldnt have a warrior or a job.

quote:Originally posted by MadMan

Gee! Another Midnight Warrior joining the ranks of the dark side...

Is it just me or does it seem that the dark side is pulling a lot of new Warrior riders toward it dark and sinister ways...[}/emoticons/emotion-1.gif]

Anyway...Welcome to the forums and to the dark side...

Mark aka Mad Man


Did you guys feel the disruption in the force when I joined the dark side?
 

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quote:Originally posted by bore_pig

I'm not sure if it was a disruption in the force or the Taco Bell I had at lunch!
Welcome to the group!

+1

WELCOME!!!
 

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Did I mention the Warrior is also a great weight reduction program? Since I started riding again, I have lost 10 pounds (still a few more LBs to go before I am no longer considered overweight).

The Warrior is not a substitute for food, but it does nurish the soul.
 
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