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    Brain fell out of arse

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    Last edited by THE BROWN NOTE; 04-09-2019 at 09:26 PM.

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    Uh, what the hell is that thing? An RS motor shoved into an XV frame?

    Looks fun as a barrel of monkeys no matter what it is.

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    you are seem to have either very bad luck or no luck at all

    Get your confidence back with Aprilia.

    caution: the use of motorcycles may be habit forming. side effects include purchasing multiple examples of the same bike, in different states of tune, different years, or different models altogether. some motorcycles may be not running when purchased. some parts are no longer available. there are rare instances where aprilias are bought over the internet and upon arrival, they are not as were originally disclosed. there is a small group of people who cannot handle two stroke engines and motorcycle maintenance. if this is the case, you may not be a candidate for Aprilia RS250's.

    Aprilia. Ask your doctor if the RS250 is right for you.

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