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Frank
Loquacious


Reged: 01/11/05
Posts: 3753
Loc: cambridge massachusetts
Re: Yeah I know bucket of worms !! [Re: Ezcue]
      #375363 - 02/24/09 07:36 AM

that bike is really growing on me

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(Former)05 BA tbike pipes, ai removed, Freak, mikuni hsr 42's, 904, ported/polished head, 1mm oversized valves
NOW-2010 silver and black tbird


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roadworthy
Should be Riding


Reged: 08/29/07
Posts: 10678
Loc: St Louis MO
Re: Yeah I know bucket of worms !! [Re: Frank]
      #375483 - 02/24/09 07:01 PM

The Baseline is pretty badass!!
Different tank badge, a big improvement!



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TxSpeedster
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Reged: 01/03/09
Posts: 531
Loc: Texas; Deepintheheartof.
Re: Yeah I know bucket of worms !! [Re: roadworthy]
      #375495 - 02/24/09 07:40 PM

Baseline is pretty hot. Looks almost good enough to ignore the weight problem. Almost.

Adding wire wheels and restyling that obscene drive sprocket cover would yield an instant Japification factor reduction of about 10.

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2018 FLHCS

2014 Surly Straggler - 16,000 miles and counting!


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The_Dog33
Fe Butt


Reged: 02/01/07
Posts: 22572
Loc: NE PA USA
Re: Yeah I know bucket of worms !! [Re: roadworthy]
      #375496 - 02/24/09 07:42 PM

Quote:

The Baseline is pretty badass!!
Different tank badge, a big improvement!






This looks much better but still don't like the rad, pipes, and sprocket cover. Guess I could live with the look of the head.Won't be selling my SM any time soon.

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I learned all I need to know about life by killing smart people and eating their brains.
Eat right ,Exercise ,Stay fit, Die Anyway!
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snows
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Reged: 12/30/07
Posts: 638
Loc: Atlanta, GA
Re: Yeah I know bucket of worms !! [Re: The_Dog33]
      #375862 - 02/26/09 01:01 PM

Wow, that looks sweet! BTW am I seeing things or are there Fins on the Baseline?

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arstaren
Worn Saddle


Reged: 07/23/07
Posts: 6028
Loc: Southeast ,Iowa, USA
Re: Yeah I know bucket of worms !! [Re: snows]
      #375866 - 02/26/09 01:11 PM

Quote:

Wow, that looks sweet! BTW am I seeing things or are there Fins on the Baseline?


Talk about a "bucket of worms"! Are you trying to get Dwight stirred up again?! Haven't you ever heard the one about "sleeping dogs"?!

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bigjack
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Reged: 01/11/05
Posts: 395
Loc: Northern Indiana
Re: Yeah I know bucket of worms !! [Re: arstaren]
      #375872 - 02/26/09 02:07 PM

Not enough wieght is the problem with my America,big trucks blow it all over the highway.

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Mishawaka,IN.
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Dinqua
Worn Saddle


Reged: 01/11/05
Posts: 6302
Loc: Honeoye, New York
Re: Yeah I know bucket of worms !! [Re: wuff]
      #375891 - 02/26/09 04:07 PM

I think that Triumph has a huge winner on their hands with their new Thunderbird.
This bike is everything everyone has been asking for, well, about as close as you are gonna get.
I predict that they will sell like hotcakes and people will be lining up to get on next year's list when the first lot is gone.
I have some hardcore HD friends that grew up on Trumps and are drooling over the bike and cannot wait to see one, or better yet, ride one.
Yep, two big thumbs up.

Wish I had the shake, I'd be in!

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The_Dog33
Fe Butt


Reged: 02/01/07
Posts: 22572
Loc: NE PA USA
Re: Yeah I know bucket of worms !! [Re: Dinqua]
      #375933 - 02/26/09 08:06 PM

Quote:

I think that Triumph has a huge winner on their hands with their new Thunderbird.
This bike is everything everyone has been asking for, well, about as close as you are gonna get.
I predict that they will sell like hotcakes and people will be lining up to get on next year's list when the first lot is gone.
I have some hardcore HD friends that grew up on Trumps and are drooling over the bike and cannot wait to see one, or better yet, ride one.
Yep, two big thumbs up.

Wish I had the shake, I'd be in!




I agree, I hope they do sell very well, that will help keep Triumph alive and well as a company. I wouldn't mind having one to play with but wouldn't sell my SM to get one. The things I don't like about it can mostly be changed. Wish they had an air cooled version with fins.

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Eat right ,Exercise ,Stay fit, Die Anyway!
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BlueNose
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Reged: 04/21/08
Posts: 738
Loc: United Kingdom
Re: Yeah I know bucket of worms !! [Re: Dinqua]
      #376274 - 02/28/09 06:16 PM

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I predict that they will sell like hotcakes
Yep, two big thumbs up.





No question about it - recession buster for Triumph!
With aftermarket mods for individuality it will be a massive hit. Apparently feedback has been overwelmingly possitive - will translate to strong sales (relatively speaking).

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