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Re: Project: 1972 CB100 Rebuild
« Reply #30 on: March 06, 2016, 09:10:58 PM »
Do speeding tickets have any effect on your insurance rates in Canada though?
Yes. Every year you renew your insurance, they do a record check. If you change insurance companies, item number is driver abstract. I'm just stupid. I have a pretty clean record, and I pay 400 canadian a year for full coverage, I can handle it.  ??? :fu:
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Re: Project: 1972 CB100 Rebuild
« Reply #31 on: March 06, 2016, 09:44:50 PM »
I have 1 speeding ticket on my record, I'm 29, ava have 20 years experience...Progressive wants 3000/year USD for full coverage, hahaha :'(
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Re: Project: 1972 CB100 Rebuild
« Reply #32 on: September 24, 2016, 06:43:47 PM »
Been a while...Sorry. Sold the bike months ago, got a good price for it. Before I sold it though, I bought a 1975 CB125 with 1300 miles, for 450 bucks! Starting the whole process over with this little bike now and trying to buy its identical twin, but the seller included no contact info in their ad, ugh.
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Re: Project: 1972 CB100 Rebuild
« Reply #33 on: October 07, 2016, 01:42:16 PM »
Man I hope you find that, but I'm just more glad there's someone else on here besides me. Hope this site gets up and running again. I remember the good old days when you didn't log in for a day you fell behind on all the threads and intros, now...I just see my last post from months ago  :banghead:

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Re: Project: 1972 CB100 Rebuild
« Reply #34 on: October 16, 2016, 05:51:30 PM »
Yea...the forum sure went dead! It has been for some years now and soon they won't be making the 600rr any more  ??? All I do is behind the scenes clean up of spammers awaiting profile activation. I have 95 waiting on me to ban and delete them, but it's so tedious I don't feel like doing it. I look for the obvious names like "bob600rr" or "red600racer" and activate them...the rest can sit...especially the ones with email addresses like kkjfgsdkfjgh456758kdfcvh.kjhfgksy76afg.jhsbfdjg089s@gmail.com. Just out of fairness that one might be a legitimate account, I check all the IP addresses, but it's a pain in the booty!
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Re: Project: 1972 CB100 Rebuild
« Reply #35 on: October 19, 2016, 07:38:38 PM »
The 600RR will be out of production for the European market ONLY. Most due to the (deemed) excessive cost of what it would take to meet new, absurdly restrictive Euro4 emissions regulations. Production and availability for all other markets is to remain unchanged.

That said, I finally got to rip on my RR at the track again last Monday...holy crap was that fun!! Can't wait to get it back on the street soon. Supposed to veer 94 tomorrow, still bitchin riding weather.
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Re: Project: 1972 CB100 Rebuild
« Reply #36 on: November 10, 2016, 02:36:03 PM »
Man I miss riding  :banghead:

Bud the way I ride...best move was selling my bike at the birth of my daughter. One day I'll get back out there, but can't come fast enough.

I know this thread totally got jacked but I don't think either of you mind  :P

Be safe guys! Hopefully our paths will cross again someday somewhere.