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Old 20-Aug-2009, 01:43 PM
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Old 20-Aug-2009, 01:48 PM
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Old 20-Aug-2009, 03:06 PM
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whos number 3?


749R Numero 3 - could be Stuart Easton or Sean Emmett. Both used that number when racing for JHP/Lloyds

or could just be a fave number of the owner/poster


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Old 20-Aug-2009, 03:29 PM
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749R Numero 3 - could be Stuart Easton or Sean Emmett. Both used that number when racing for JHP/Lloyds

or could just be a fave number of the owner/poster


i guess it just wasnt relative to the black mint.............. No 1, 36 or 91 really.....
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Old 20-Aug-2009, 10:18 PM
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if you cant have red then bklack is the next best thing IMO.

It looks fantastic
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Old 20-Aug-2009, 10:19 PM
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Lovely looking bike (paddock stand looks like a Harris item)

Steve

Indeed. Its a Harris.
Im after a matching front if anyone has one?
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Old 20-Aug-2009, 10:21 PM
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er snap!

Loving the polished exhaust mate. My old 999s had one of them. Is it much of a drama to get it polished up?

I lost my KEF decals the other day in the garage. Must find them.

Oh, the number 3 was just kicking about in my garage, so I chucked them on for now.
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Old 20-Aug-2009, 10:32 PM
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the only way to make a T9 shape attractive - race rep it!!

love it
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Old 20-Aug-2009, 11:27 PM
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Loving the polished exhaust mate. My old 999s had one of them. Is it much of a drama to get it polished up?

I lost my KEF decals the other day in the garage. Must find them.

Oh, the number 3 was just kicking about in my garage, so I chucked them on for now.

ah i gets ya......also got a sneeky 91.com donr for the screen too.....

The exhaust polish was done local to me.......50 for all the pipes of the 57mm.. they use a big wire wheel, some lime stuff i think and a bit of time.....
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Old 20-Aug-2009, 11:29 PM
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ah i gets ya......also got a sneeky 91.com donr for the screen too.....

The exhaust polish was done local to me.......50 for all the pipes of the 57mm.. they use a big wire wheel, some lime stuff i think and a bit of time.....

Thats a bargain I reckon.

I will look into that.

Thanks.
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