Turbospoke - how cool is this?

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  1. tvr_t350c_2003

    tvr_t350c_2003 New Member

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    Have you guys seen this?

    It looks pretty smart. And from the sound files on the site - it sounds pretty cool too. It was great fun with a lolly stick in my day - but the shiny exhaust is a nice touch.

    Check it out: http://www.turbospoke.com
     
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  2. franklen

    franklen New Member

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    I can't even take a second look at that product. with all the noise pollution in today's streets, it will be a cold day in hell before I would support such a product and have to listen to it outside my urban window along with all the cars, Harley's, and suped up hotrods that have to show off everytime they turn from my street onto the main drag.
     
  3. randall0069

    randall0069 New Member

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    Holy merciful crap! I can't believe the junk on the market today. This obviously stems from the whole "ricer" craze where everyone with a little honda/nissan/toyota puts outlandish amounts of accessories and useless stickers all over their car. Anyone who can't stand these should check out www.ricecop.com. Seriously, would anyone put an ugly, heavy spoiler on their bike to gain, ahem, "downforce" or even "areodynamics? Didn't think so. Oh yeah, does anybody wear a baseball cap backwards and look cool? That is a rhetorical question by the way.


    Play loud...Ride hard
     
  4. Alnamvet

    Alnamvet New Member

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    About as cool as the steam rising from a freshly deposited Irish Wolfhound turd on the sidewalk on a cold, sub-zero Chicago night.
     
  5. gwhunt23

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    I wouldn't buy that product because:

    It's too noisy with all the sound pollution around
    I don't wanna look like a fool with that on my bike

    It would be good for a little kid to have on his bike, but not for me.
     
  6. Duckwah

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    thats the stupidest thing i think i have EVER seen

    i mean spokey dokeys were pretty camp but sort of funny (and u still see em at 24 hr races) but if i saw that on anyones bike i'd be obliged to beat the living [email protected]#T out of them on the spot

    Its right up there with the ricer car accessories as randal pointed out

    And to the starter of this thread I hereby FLAME you to death for making this your first post!!!!!!!

    let me guess you work for these people
     
  7. rollers

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    maybe to you it does

    I think you're just trying to sell them. Is that it?
     
  8. gwhunt23

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    I was thinking that too. I am always suspicious of users who come to a foum and their very first post has alink to a website, or reccomending a certain product.
     
  9. Cipher

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    The product was enough to make me laugh, but some of the posts following it are hilarious!

    tvr_t350c_2003, your description of the product is pretty 'cheesy' at best... :eek: Please!!!
     
  10. Duckwah

    Duckwah New Member

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    Damn Troll
     
  11. Feanor

    Feanor New Member

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    In the words of Happy Gilmore...

    "If I looked like that, I would have to kick my own ass..."

    :)

    I think that the only person I wouldn't openly ridicule for having that on their bike would be a child who was still using training wheels... At that age, it would be pretty darn cool...
     
  12. ftf

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    Anyone who has only posted once and contains a link to a product you can safely assume is a spammer.

    This spam is overcooked and tastes like rubber.
     
  13. zewol

    zewol New Member

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    ROFL , so ridiculous !!! Can't wait to laugh at the first sucker I meet riding with this thing on!

    LOL
     
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