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    Default Irish Newb

    Hello people.

    New to the forum but owned my 1992 RRN for the past 19 years.

    It's now heavily modified and currently going through a complete rewire ready for the (very) short Irish summer.

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    Welcome to The Zone. Nice looking bike!

    You will find things rather slow here, but filled with lots of info.

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    Default Re: Irish Newb

    Welcome from New york I am martin a towing truck driver at ritewaytowingnyc.com tell us about you what are you doing?

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    Hi, dude!

    Long time RRZone nerd here that hasn't logged on in FOREVER, but alcohol reminded me to check in.

    Yeah, we need to get some wild childs up in this mofo to stir things up & make it interesting like the old days. GHBZorro remembers those.

    I miss this place. I need to log on more. Maybe I will start drinking more and do so. I was shocked to see that I had the most posts on here. WTF.

    *hic*
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    ALSO HI MARTINRITEWAYADVERTISEMENT.COM
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    Quote Originally Posted by jawhn View Post
    Hi, dude!

    Yeah, we need to get some wild childs up in this mofo to stir things up & make it interesting like the old days. GHBZorro remembers those.

    I miss this place. I need to log on more. Maybe I will start drinking more and do so. I was shocked to see that I had the most posts on here. WTF.

    *hic*
    Just keep looking in, please.

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    Default Re: Irish Newb

    Welcome to this forum. Nice looking bike guys. Thanks for sharing some beautiful pics.

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    Nice looking bike bro!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tonale View Post
    It's now heavily modified ...
    Yes, it sure looks modified. Can you give us a list of the major mods, and maybe offer a story about making each of them?

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