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200 mile ride for lunch

Clean up wash after I took the SUPERCHARGED H2 out with my Great friend Tom on his zx14r for 200 miles to Bixby for lunch. This is the most magical and evil motorcycle you can buy. It lifted the front tire off the ground at redline on the 3 to 4 gear shift passing 3 cars. Guess what speed that is.
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2000 zx12r 65,500 mile( Now 6000 miles on 2003 brand new engine} street bike 9.6`s in the 1/4 a few times.My 2012 14r stole me away.8.9 swb stock engine Brocks bolt ons so far..Now my H2 piss`s on everything. H2 now Brocked out and I can`t control it. Oh well I tried.
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If you can ride 200 miles for lunch... then surely you can ride 400 miles by dinner? Come meet me in Nebraska end of this month and we'll settle the Hibs 12R vs 1/2 Mark H2 debate.
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i DON`T GIVE A FUCK ABOUT YOU.

2000 zx12r 65,500 mile( Now 6000 miles on 2003 brand new engine} street bike 9.6`s in the 1/4 a few times.My 2012 14r stole me away.8.9 swb stock engine Brocks bolt ons so far..Now my H2 piss`s on everything. H2 now Brocked out and I can`t control it. Oh well I tried.
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Looks good mate. Any way to remove the collector under the bike. I think it'd clean the bike up a lot more.

Never was a fan originally of the h2 but I've grown to like it a lot. And when they released the new model with the black frame it made me like it even more. I bet it'd be a blast to ride
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Looks good mate. Any way to remove the collector under the bike. I think it'd clean the bike up a lot more.

Never was a fan originally of the h2 but I've grown to like it a lot. And when they released the new model with the black frame it made me like it even more. I bet it'd be a blast to ride
1 ride and you will blow in your pants.The 16 model has a gray sparkle frame. That entire exhaust is getting replaced soon.

2000 zx12r 65,500 mile( Now 6000 miles on 2003 brand new engine} street bike 9.6`s in the 1/4 a few times.My 2012 14r stole me away.8.9 swb stock engine Brocks bolt ons so far..Now my H2 piss`s on everything. H2 now Brocked out and I can`t control it. Oh well I tried.
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I do love the look of the H2

The front does remind me somewhat of the rear of the old Benelli Tornado

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i DON`T GIVE A FUCK ABOUT YOU.
About as dumb as your original post... "SUPERCHARGED h2... guess what speed that is..." no one gives a hoot about your cocky prick useless posts either.
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1 ride and you will blow in your pants.The 16 model has a gray sparkle frame. That entire exhaust is getting replaced soon.


Yeh that's why I don't want to ride one. Because comming up to a wedding I don't think the missus would appreciate me spending 30k on a new bike haha.
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About as dumb as your original post... "SUPERCHARGED h2... guess what speed that is..." no one gives a hoot about your cocky prick useless posts either.
Thats another statement your wrong. I am telling about my adventures of owning my bikes. No matter who you are you have to practice control with the H2 more that any bike in production. It will flip you on your back before you can cry for yo mama. H2 owners don`t have to prove anything.They know it is the KING of all motorcycles at dealers..Thats why the few people who did buy them don`t waste their time .Most of them are not skilled enough riders to redline every gear without pussing out. It ain`t a sissy's job. It is very dangerous. One miscalculation and you could be dead.

2000 zx12r 65,500 mile( Now 6000 miles on 2003 brand new engine} street bike 9.6`s in the 1/4 a few times.My 2012 14r stole me away.8.9 swb stock engine Brocks bolt ons so far..Now my H2 piss`s on everything. H2 now Brocked out and I can`t control it. Oh well I tried.
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Thats another statement your wrong. I am telling about my adventures of owning my bikes. No matter who you are you have to practice control with the H2 more that any bike in production. It will flip you on your back before you can cry for yo mama. H2 owners don`t have to prove anything.They know it is the KING of all motorcycles at dealers..Thats why the few people who did buy them don`t waste their time .Most of them are not skilled enough riders to redline every gear without pussing out. It ain`t a sissy's job. It is very dangerous. One miscalculation and you could be dead.

Do the world a favor and Miscalculate sooner than later
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Do the world a favor and Miscalculate sooner than later
How about I do a burn out on your fucking head.

2000 zx12r 65,500 mile( Now 6000 miles on 2003 brand new engine} street bike 9.6`s in the 1/4 a few times.My 2012 14r stole me away.8.9 swb stock engine Brocks bolt ons so far..Now my H2 piss`s on everything. H2 now Brocked out and I can`t control it. Oh well I tried.
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How about I do a burn out on your fucking head.
You are the biggest douche bag on the internet and trust me no one has ever thought you are remotely rich. I'm not rich, don't pretend to be, but I do have several very rich friends in this world and none talk about all the shit the have or talk down to others about money the way you do. Although when I was kid growing up there was this one family that live one street over that was always running that mouth about all they had like you do. Turned out the father blew his brains out because he was tired of being in debt trying to sell their ( we're rich story ) the wife and daughters all turned out to be whores that live in the streets today. I always knew there was something about you that reminded me of something

At least you know where you're family will end up once you're gone.. And come on down anytime douche bag.
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Great bike, Mark. And fun to watch the haters, too. You sure know how to draw them out!

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Great bike, Mark. And fun to watch the haters, too. You sure know how to draw them out!
Yea you showed up I see.. I'll bet you're voting for Hillary aren't you?
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Great bike, Mark. And fun to watch the haters, too. You sure know how to draw them out!
I always tell the truth cause a lie is easy to flush out.....I piss them off for sport............THEY CAN`T HANDLE THE TRUTH..........I`m not rich.I have to work 3 different source`s of income to be able to have the toys i have.If i showed you the rest of them you would bitch like little girls. I just from time to time state what i`m doing with them. If somebody don`t dig it who gives a fuck anyway. It`s just Mark having fun with horsepower..Again the H2 is the most violent and dangerous motorcycle out of the create in the world for the street. Its a street bike damn it.

2000 zx12r 65,500 mile( Now 6000 miles on 2003 brand new engine} street bike 9.6`s in the 1/4 a few times.My 2012 14r stole me away.8.9 swb stock engine Brocks bolt ons so far..Now my H2 piss`s on everything. H2 now Brocked out and I can`t control it. Oh well I tried.
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