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MehkoR


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posted March 15, 2012 01:41 AM        Edited By: MehkoR on 15 Mar 2012 19:13
Hi from TURKEY

I was reading your posts since i decided to buy the 2012 zzr1400 and i must say that you helped me much more than everything i read on net.

After all that reaading i feel like i had to say hi, thanks eyerone..

here is my little frog


















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Vmatti


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posted March 15, 2012 02:22 AM        
Congrats, how on earth you have snow in Turkey or are you living somewhere high on the mountains?
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MehkoR


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posted March 15, 2012 02:29 AM        Edited By: MehkoR on 15 Mar 2012 17:30
I took the last picture on Feb 15 and took the first one at this weekend. I am living at the capital city of Turkey not so high however this year is a bit colder than ever. It is still snowing at the moment but i think it is for last time this year.
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ZX14 Montana


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posted March 15, 2012 03:03 AM        
Welcome MehkoR: You have a beautiful motorcycle...and I say this with confidence because I have a Green SE 2012 ZX14R. I have never traveled to Turkey; I am wondering if Turkey has some similarities like the State of Montana whereby we have many areas of Highway systems that really let a person enjoy the performance level of the ZX 14R. Of course one side effect here in Montana is that we have Highway patrols, and other law enforcement agencies who make it their tasks to invade with my right to the pursuit of happiness...
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vernesoni23


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posted March 15, 2012 03:29 AM        
what kind of sliders are on your bike?
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MehkoR


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posted March 15, 2012 04:15 AM        
quote:
what kind of sliders are on your bike?


They are puig. They left on the store we tried and just fitted. And axle protectors are also puig but manufactured for zx10

I am not sure but i think this is the same with them..
http://japan.webike.net/products/9497218.html

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MehkoR


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posted March 15, 2012 04:24 AM        Edited By: MehkoR on 15 Mar 2012 20:29
quote:
Welcome MehkoR: You have a beautiful motorcycle...and I say this with confidence because I have a Green SE 2012 ZX14R. I have never traveled to Turkey; I am wondering if Turkey has some similarities like the State of Montana whereby we have many areas of Highway systems that really let a person enjoy the performance level of the ZX 14R. Of course one side effect here in Montana is that we have Highway patrols, and other law enforcement agencies who make it their tasks to invade with my right to the pursuit of happiness...


Thank you i am sure that your one is much better than mine espaclally with seat cover
We also have highways in Turkey but i am sure that you will love riding around historical places and beatiful seasides too when you are not in the highway

In turkey there must be sign a before any speed cam..it is a law so you will love to be here

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fullzx12r


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posted March 17, 2012 02:37 PM        
hi from FRANCE
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MehkoR


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posted March 18, 2012 06:42 AM        
quote:
hi from FRANCE

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