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    Posted: 13 Aug 2017 at 00:46
https://m.facebook.com/groups/700726616717030?view=permalink&id=1270373279752358

Clocked this on Facebook, looks a tidy bit of kit...got an ex Tom Sykes lump in it so should go pretty good
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A friend had a 204bhp cresent tuned gixer road going bike a few yrs back, he never used to tell anyone the times it was back there being sorted out , he bought a BMW rr in the end .
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Originally posted by snowman snowman wrote:

A friend had a 204bhp cresent tuned gixer road going bike a few yrs back, he never used to tell anyone the times it was back there being sorted out , he bought a BMW rr in the end .


Haha, well yeah, I don't think it'd be one for using as your daily ride, be a nice addition to the garage if you had a few bob spare though, always liked the genuine Yoshimura bikes.
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