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    Quote Originally Posted by wet dog View Post
    I'm in a somewhat similar predicament. Loosing weight will simply be expensive for me. Riding gear, fork and shock springs are dialled currently dialled in so actually getting fit again means swapping things around.
    Just pick pick up your speed so it equals out!

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    to you, Ron!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drvacation View Post
    Just pick pick up your speed so it equals out!
    No problem picking up the speed. Running out of talent to keep from wadding the bike up is the concern.
    I guess wadding the bike up would be a means to new leathers and suspension bits but not exactly the smart way to go about it.
    I'll just keep eating pasta and burgers.
    '14 Tuono, matte black, Akrapovic full Ti system, Race ECU, Ohlin's rear shock, Lightech Ltd "R" rearsets, Carbon fender, hugger & side panels, Lightech mirrors, Luimoto seat covers, Brembo RCS 17 with folding levers, black Rizoma bars, 520 chain +2 on the rear, MRA sport screen

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