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Old 01-13-2012, 10:16 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by Fast1 View Post
yes .. I knew there was a reason to get the SM630 in addition to the TE630

The SM630 will easily cruise at 75 with two up. The only issue I see with it is my FJR will eliminate 500+ mile
days better due to the wind protection. Around town.. The SM630 is hands down
better than 99% of the bikes you can purchase.

Nice fleet!!!!!
11' Husky TE630, 06-Husky SM610, 02'Honda VFR800, 04'Honda xr80r
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