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  • #1537
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    freekman
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    what’s up everybody I live in the lower hudson valley/NYC area
    bike 09 CBR600RR ABS
    not many mods yet, but I bought the bike a month ago, mods will come soon

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    steria
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    Welcome to the community, Aidan! Post some pics of your ride whenever you have the time!

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    Welcome to the site! I’m originally from LI.

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    Welcome sir. glad to have you here :mrgreen:

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    welcome to the site.

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    Welcome!! how do you like the ABS.

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    sweet! ABS is cool, how do you like it?

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    freekman
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    abs is pretty cool. I honestly didn’t know it was the abs version when i bought it until the next day. I am glad i learned how to ride on a traditional braking bike so i know how, but the abs helps a lot. You still can lock out the rear tire though. I did it today, you skid for like a couple of feet then the abs kicks in, just like in a car, and everything sounds like it is breaking lol. I kind of like it like that, after the guy told me I was scared that it was going to become a crutch for poor riding, but it really only comes in during extreme circumstances

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