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January 4th, 2006, 04:06 PM   #1
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All this info here is great. But from 04 till now 06,these bikes out of the

crate should run excellent when delivered to the customer.

No more is required in jetting a berg than the other brands before

the customer takes her home. As a dealer i wanted to let people

who are considering buying a berg to feel confident that there product

will run as good or better than the competition's. If ones dealer cant

live up to your expectations maybe you or they could consult with

there respective rep. to get you there! Good luck guys 06 is here!!!
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January 4th, 2006, 06:18 PM   #2
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Oh YA BABY, that 04 FE550 is so close I can smell it...

Just have to get to Vacaville to get the cash to Dan at MotoXotica and in a few days... I am back in the saddle!

CAN"T WAIT! to show the non-believers I ride with!
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Tis true the new Bergs are very good,only the usual set up is required to make then run well.
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Cool risky1, I'm setting up one today,she is so cool & should stay

cool were she is going.To the rockies mountain high.Colby is the

new owner, very cool guy,very excited about the site, can't wait

for his ride in eastern oregon. Will be going out with one

04 & one 06 for a great shoot out! keep ya posted BOSS OUT!
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Originally Posted by BOSS
All this info here is great. But from 04 till now 06,these bikes out of the

crate should run excellent when delivered to the customer.

"No more is required in jetting a berg than the other brands" before

the customer takes her home. As a dealer i wanted to let people

who are considering buying a berg to feel confident that there product

will run as good or better than the competition's. If ones dealer cant

live up to your expectations maybe you or they could consult with

there respective rep. to get you there! Good luck guys 06 is here!!!
Hi Rick,
I agree! As delivered the FCR equipped Husaberg performs better than ever. However, such being said and with consideration of the other brands using an OEM FCR "their remains room for improvement".

Best Regards,
Dale
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Hi dale

I agree,just because mitch payton builds a pipe

doesnt stop don elmer from building one too.

there are many way's to skin a cat!

thanks for your support!
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perfection= always strived for,yet never attained
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nsman, word!!!! thats nice, thank you!!!
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Originally Posted by BOSS
Hi dale

I agree,just because mitch payton builds a pipe

doesnt stop don elmer from building one too.

there are many way's to skin a cat!

thanks for your support!
Hi Rick,
I have know clue as to what you are attempting to imply regarding the exhaust analogy.

In any event, Don "Emler". Don has been around long enough to have his name spelled correctly.

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Strive for perfection in everything.
Take the best and make it better.
If it does not exist, create it.
Accept nothing as nearly right or good enough.


Sir Henry Royce, co-founder of Rolls Royce.
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Originally Posted by nsman
perfection= always strived for,yet never attained
Just for you Nsman:

"Strive for perfection in everything.
Take the best and make it better.
If it does not exist, create it.
Accept nothing as nearly right or good enough".


Sir Henry Royce, co-founder of Rolls Royce.

Sincerely,
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