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August 2009 ROTM Voting Thread

Old 08-15-2009, 03:40 PM
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Default August 2009 ROTM Voting Thread

This is where all the cool cats come to see the purty bikes we have running for August ROTM crown! But please contain your exuberance and only vote ONCE. Last month we had irregularities and I had to dock some votes that came from the same IP. A contestant will be disqualified should the same IP be used for more than 1 vote.

And remember: this thread is only for contestants to post ... all other posts will be deleted.

So here are your nominees:






Very nice bikes guys! Good luck to you all
Old 08-15-2009, 04:04 PM
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how about the evoblade I know it may not win but how many of you have ever seen a blade set up like this, this thing took me two years just to find one for sale and it was a premium price so it is very rare!!!!

it has Brembo brakes
Ohlins suspention
single sided swingarm
dymag wheels
ported polished heads
milled ten thousanths of an inch
160 hp at wheel
many more upgrades
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Old 08-15-2009, 05:24 PM
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Okay I'm voting for that sexy white one
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well i read the rules and it seems to be okay for me to post up whats on the Sexy White bike, so here is the Mod list:
Brembo 19RCS
Brembo HP calipers
Brembo rear caliper
Goodridge front lines
Galfer wave rotors
Galfer rear line
450 rear MC mod
CZ rear caliper relocator
CZ rear floating rotor
Pazzo lever for 19RCS


Vortex -1+2 520 sprockets
RK x-ring 520 chain
Ti front rotor bolts and sprocket nuts
CZ Tri-R wheels

NGK sparkplugs
Samco hose kit
Akro Hex slip-on with Ti mid pipe
Arrow Ti headers
BMC air filter
PAIR removal
Gutted intake

Tripage HID delay
PC-V with Auto tune
Speedo healer
Motydesign LP bracket and light
Motydesign modded third eye
Motydesign ESB
Motydesign Gauges
Motydesign integrated CA tail light
Low load relay
Motydesign Race battery

Race drilled and race wired
Woodcraft stator cover (SS pad)
Woodcraft clutch cover (SS pad)
Gilles swingarm sliders

Pazzo clutch lever
LSL clip-ons (gunkoted black)
Driven grips
PPtunning preload adjusters
HRC 1/6 kit (lines and tube)

Hyper Decals sticker
Triple clamp
Powdercoated sub frame
CF front hugger
CF chain gaurd
CF rear hugger
Lawstcaws frame caps (motydesign modded)
Smoke windscreen
Pure white custom plastics
Rear cowl

Vortex oil cap
Vortex gas cap
Vortex spools
Rizoma front res
Rizoma prototype sport mirrors
Gilles chain adjuster

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Old 08-17-2009, 04:24 PM
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Seriously browningbuck, I effing love your bike. Good luck!

Wooooooooooooo 2nd place and creepin'! haha We're allowed to throw up additional pics here, right? Here are a few good angles:


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Old 08-17-2009, 07:53 PM
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Old 08-18-2009, 05:26 PM
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SERIOUSLY Johny, if you win, i have realitives in Chicago...and there will be some knee bustin!!!...JK, good run we have going on !!!!
Old 08-19-2009, 08:28 AM
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Originally Posted by browningbuck View Post
SERIOUSLY Johny, if you win, i have realitives in Chicago...and there will be some knee bustin!!!...JK, good run we have going on !!!!
Haha NP, I got plenty of "family" up here to get my back. Knee bustin's an OLD family tradition up here .

Wait. . .maybe you and I are related????? LOL

And "good run?" You're kicking my ***!!! Stupid kids and your newfangled future-bikes. . . . . .

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Old 08-19-2009, 11:12 AM
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Originally Posted by toddmonster View Post
I cant freakin believe I am losing to a couple of F3s these people voting must not know anything about bikes!
. . .woah. Are you serisouly trying to insult voters into voting for you? It's only like. . .day 3.

The way you phrase things, it seems like you didn't do any of that work, you just went and gave somebody a bunch of money for a nice bike, and then demanded that people respect you for it. Hell, look at the nomination thread, you just busted in, begging for nominations. Why don't you give the story of all the time and effort you put into rebuilding it, and you might be able to win some people over. Looking at your mods, that's an IMMENSE amount of labor, if you in fact did do it, and I'm sure a ton of people on the board would love to hear the details. Give it a shot!

That aside, insulting other people's bikes is not going to win you any fans. You are not losing to "a couple of F3's." You are losing to someone else's labor of love. We have sacrified MANY of our weekends to perfecting our bikes. We've stayed up WAY too late during the week, going to our real jobs tired as hell the next day, and then doing it all over again. For some of us, these were weekends we could have been using for actual work and getting paid, but we chose to do this, to create something unique that we can call our own, and know that nobody else out there is going to pull up next to us at a stop light with the exact same one between their legs. Hell, I know QUITE well the amount of time Demented's body mods alone took. Personally, I rescued my bike out of the back of a ****ing tool shed, where it sat for over 3 years with no stabilizer or anything. I had to tear it ALL THE WAY APART, and you just don't take that amount of time out of your life unless you know you're really creating something worth celebrating. The only reason your bike is externally unique is because there were only 1000 of them made in the first place, which has zero to do with any effort on your part, whatsoever. Don't beg to compete, and then half-*** your submission. If you want ROTM, you need to tell the voters WHY what you have done is better than anyone else in this thread.

Ready? Go.

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Old 08-19-2009, 12:05 PM
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Oh wow johny you had me all motivated to start spilling my guts oh how i designed my bike from the scraps she was !!! good motivation you have there. it is true, us Stupid kids and your newfangled future-bikes have to put in just as much work as the old ones, if you want something that is truely unique. hell my bike alone has 5 prototype designs on it that either are now part of my business, or no one else has or will have.

so i will also post up my before (well its kinda after...had more taken off before i started taking pics)
Old 08-19-2009, 12:58 PM
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Yeah, just look at the list! Literally futuristic, if you're using prototype mods! You like, literally manufactured half the bike.

Does it travel through time, too?

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