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    Quote Originally Posted by DSkip View Post
    Grammar check: apparently you can spell WELL enough for them :D

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    http://thumpin07.justgotowned.com

    haha, I'm totally messing with you man. It just seemed to fit this situation. :p

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    Download and install SeaMonkey and use that as your browser and it has an automatic spelling checker in it just like Microsoft Word. It underlines the word you're too dumb/lazy to type correctly in red so you know where you screwed up. Right click with your mouse button on the word and it offers multiple selections in an attempt to translate the idiot speak you tried type on the "fancy television screen" in to English so the rest of us civilized folks can read it. Then you can go back to staring at the pretty glowing box and smiling moroningly.

    Can this thread just, like, die now?

    And yes, I know moroningly is not a real word but you are either really pissed off at me right now because it probably describes you to a T and you think I am a big meanie or you are giggling like a Hyena on crack at the thought of ANYONE you know with that stupid, poop eatin' grin they get on their face like when they are watch dogs bump uglies on YouTube. Now, for the grammar Nazis, I know that was a run-on sentence and I don't really care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by black magic View Post
    http://thumpin07.justgotowned.com

    haha, I'm totally messing with you man. It just seemed to fit this situation. :p
    man dude that was funniest thing i've ever seen thanks
    for making my day
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    Quote Originally Posted by thumpin07 View Post
    man dude that was funniest thing i've ever seen thanks
    for making my day
    haha, np :D

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    Is it worth spending the extra money for a alpine hu when I'm going to be using the dual pre-outs to pass the signal to a factory amp (harman/kardon) in the back of my 95 range rover?

    I would replace the amp or bypass it but I've checked the range rover sites and no one knows how to do it without running new wires to all the speakers since it's currently a common ground speaker system.

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    You should get a little better sound as you're using better quality preouts. the real advantage, though, is the tuning capabilities and being able to add aux sources such as ipod,usb,cdchanger, or satellite radio.
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    Thanks

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    well fellows i might put the system on hold this year. I convinced the old lady into letting me buy a motorcycle. I'm thinking about getting a Suzuki gsxr-750 my buddy has one he is selling for 3,300 bucks.
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    Watch out for stupid cagers, they're everywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thumpin07 View Post
    well fellows i might put the system on hold this year. I convinced the old lady into letting me buy a motorcycle. I'm thinking about getting a Suzuki gsxr-750 my buddy has one he is selling for 3,300 bucks.
    I plan on getting a bike in a year or two. Since I'm a novice, I think I'll be starting off with a sbr250, ninja 250 or something else in that class. I don't think I'd be willing to start off with anything larger than a 500 or 650cc engine.

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    Get a ninja 500. Fantastic starter bikes. I don't recommend the 250s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exalted512 View Post
    Get a ninja 500. Fantastic starter bikes. I don't recommend the 250s.
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    Thanks for the input. One of my friends has a ninja but I'm not sure if its the 500. I was also considering a sv650. if I can find an old cbr600 or ninja 500/650, I'd probably consider them. The reason I want a 250 is because they're light and I don't want to drop 6-7k on a bike that I might end up wrecking. Need a beater to learn on first :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by exalted512 View Post
    Watch out for stupid cagers, they're everywhere.
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    what do you mean by cagers
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    I like the gixxers but thats me i guess a gsxr-750 is about as good of an all around sport bike you could get imo.
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    yeah got my motorcycle license the other day
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    Quote Originally Posted by thumpin07 View Post
    what do you mean by cagers
    car (or anything not bike-related) drivers. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by black magic View Post
    Thanks for the input. One of my friends has a ninja but I'm not sure if its the 500. I was also considering a sv650. if I can find an old cbr600 or ninja 500/650, I'd probably consider them. The reason I want a 250 is because they're light and I don't want to drop 6-7k on a bike that I might end up wrecking. Need a beater to learn on first :p
    Little late now, but my 500 was purchased around august of 07, its an 2005 model with 2300 miles on it, got it for $3500. The ninja 250s are great bikes, but IMO, the 500s are safer and a better representation of a bigger bike, if thats what you want to get later on.

    Reason why I think the 500 is safer is because sometimes you need some power to get out of the way, 500 is more apt to give you that power.

    Its also a little larger, which gives you more experience with a bike that can actually go highway speed comfortably. I would consider getting a liter bike after a 500, a liter bike after a 250 is a GIANT step with a huge learning curve.
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    Thanks for the recommendations, I'll keep that in mind.

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