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View Poll Results: Should the UHE open a separate supermoto forum category?
yes 28 65.12%
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June 17th, 2005, 04:47 AM   #11
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Holy shit Taf? Little sand in the vagina that early in the morning??? I know you are probably just joking, but crap. Are you bitter because your jealous? I kinda agree with you though. When I come to this page, I view all recent threads, so I wouldn't matter where they are located. If the topic sounds interesting, I read and/or join the conversation, regardless of SM or MX or trail, or technical.

Did Sweden invade England at some point and got your panties all caught up in a bunch???

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June 17th, 2005, 05:25 AM   #12
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This is the funniest thread i've read in a long time, should be in the "lighter side". SM is nothing i'm interested in right now but as it is gaining popularity maybe it is worth considering? Maybe it will weed out some of the topics that 98.7% of people are not interested in Taffy??? If it pertains to Husaberg, it should be considered, thats the way congress and parliament are supposed to be, the voice of the masses. That is, of course, if we are a democracy??? None the less, I share some of your views regarding rooms and mirrors Taff....... that was hilarious!

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June 17th, 2005, 08:50 AM   #13
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Let's open a cockney forum so that Taffy can talk to people who speak the same language.
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June 17th, 2005, 09:10 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Simon
Perhaps I could suggest it's called the SM (aka Husaberg engine test & redevelopment) section
you all wanna see how technical SM riders are? just read the thread on "horsepower ratings". now if it all gets too technical for you all then we'll have a SM forum. but i can't imagine too many of you will admit to having the I.Q. of PLANCTUN

i have yet to see a really authoritative article by anybody from the SM section. all the engine development ideas come from mr flat track or ahem, someone else! if i ever want to know about the BHP of a pipe i'll come and see ya'll but don't hold yer breath too long now ya'll hear?

if you go to the 'owners doc' there are about 5 things put there because of SM boys. and anyway, i haven't heard of one of yer getting a decent result!!!! like when was the last time?

at least we have an ISDE rider here. i road raced longer than most people's dirt careers.

SM? posers, never get dirty, talk about their noisy pipes, dress up in women's clothes at night.

given the huge horsepower that an SM puts out and down through those sticky black hoops you would have thought that my new thread on 'swing arm pivot pins' would have stimulated a bit of interest but alas SM's are either never ridden, ridden rarely or at the very best-not ridden very hard.

that's the only reason i can imagine that they can all handle so perfectly...

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June 17th, 2005, 10:12 AM   #15
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In the interest of simplicity (though I really would enjoy firing up the compressor and blowing the sand out of Taffy), how about just putting SUPERMOTO in the subject line of general posts ? And we trendy dolts can just select subject matter at our own peril

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June 17th, 2005, 11:06 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Taffy
Originally Posted by Simon
Perhaps I could suggest it's called the SM (aka Husaberg engine test & redevelopment) section
but i can't imagine too many of you will admit to having the I.Q. of PLANCTUN


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June 17th, 2005, 01:19 PM   #17
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Taffy is getting me so fired up that i am starting to think about tearing it up on the tarmac as well.then there would be 6 of us. what do you think of that Taf?dan.
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June 17th, 2005, 01:52 PM   #18
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Is the Roast Beef giving you a hard time?

My 2 cents (and they're Euro cents, a tad more than US cents) is as follows:

Husaberg makes three types of bikes: MX, Enduro and Supermoto. The two first types can be categorized as "dirt bikes" and they can be used for both (you can motocross an enduro and trail ride a motocross bike).

Supermoto is different, and therefore a new forum would not be necessarily a bad idea.
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June 17th, 2005, 03:09 PM   #19
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Le Frog,my thoughts exactly.dan.
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June 17th, 2005, 04:21 PM   #20
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does that mean that we get rid of dan, froggy and the intellectual boffin?

you get my vote, passed unanamously. now go forth and do it!

i can't wait for the threads:

"rear wheel nearly slid today wow!"
"what is a main jet"
"my girlfriend doesn't like me when i dress up"
"should i race in leather or leave it apres ?"
"i nearly changed into second but bottled it"
"my other bike is a lambretta"
"do your high heels get caught in the long grass as well"

dan why don't you do something useful and tell us about part updates and how we can improve our bikes instead of selling something-discreetly yes-but definately selling us something.

as probably the greatest supplier in the entire world of husaberg parts and a reputation thyat is so great you can but lose it; we have your name down on the owners doc errrrrr! uuummmm! oooh shugar-well not at all really! um, not even once. tish! um! shame really

still, your just learning right? getting there!

i understand.

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