http://board.hondacrx.co.uk/phpbb2/index.phpSETI20 said:Check out the UK based crx forums....
I hope the owner is female. I really do.g4crx said:
:lol: Nope, I think it's a colour thing - this one is the famous Ginger....SETI20 said:I hope the owner is female. I really do.g4crx said:
It's good out here man, no rain, warm winter, you know how it goes. Whatever you end up getting, will you import it back to the US when you return? A bike would be cool, but with all the rain I don't know just how much fun you'll be able to have on it. The Gixxer is a lot of fun, I've ridden a couple and they are like all the 600cc bikes... way too damn fast! Look for a Hornet (919) or one of the Fireblade CBRs, at least get something you can't buy in the states. At least the bikes aren't RHD!jmart said:Tom, Matt, how are you twos guys doin???
Yea, Tom, I was thinkin about an Elise, but its really about £10k for something good thats not more that 10 yrs old. That is basically way over my nearly-a-poor-man's budget. So a coule a quid on a VT or SIR crx would be more suitable. Actually, i just talked to a guy at work today who is tinking of selling his 99 gsxr600, so maybe I'll get a bike and keep the company volvo. Basically road tax and insurance are high out here. Bummer.
We have managed to get a mould made of the whole authentic Mugen siR kit, the quality and fit looks very good so far.jfrolang said:So that's where all the mugen kits are... in the UK. :?
Not me but one of the guys on CRX-UK forum, he has also made copies of my J'S racing lip....jfrolang said:Are you selling reproductions?