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Old 06-12-2013, 02:31 PM
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Harley Kill, kinda

Not really a kill but fun none the less.

I was being followed by a guy and his wife on a Harley and could hear him doing the standard 'vroom vroom' thing. When we came to a stop light he was still directly behind me. As we were all waiting for the light to change I got sick of him 'overly revving' his throttle. I simply put my truck in neutral and 'vroom vroomed' my skinny pedal, in turn causing a cloud of smoke. When the light turned green I then gunned it and left him some more smoke and burnt rubber smells. He layed back quite a ways after that. My kids thought it was pretty cool too.
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Old 06-12-2013, 02:46 PM
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Sounds like a dick move.
I wouldn't ever do that to a guy on a bike unless he really, and i mean REALLY, deserved it. And no matter how you slice it, his wife sure didn't deserve it.
Just my opinion.....
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I agree with what the guy above me said

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Not really a kill but fun none the less.

I was being followed by a guy and his wife on a Harley and could hear him doing the standard 'vroom vroom' thing. When we came to a stop light he was still directly behind me. As we were all waiting for the light to change I got sick of him 'overly revving' his throttle. I simply put my truck in neutral and 'vroom vroomed' my skinny pedal, in turn causing a cloud of smoke. When the light turned green I then gunned it and left him some more smoke and burnt rubber smells. He layed back quite a ways after that. My kids thought it was pretty cool too.
I can not post my opinion on this but i would be ripped if me and my wife were on my Harley! I would probley follow you home! I feel bad for the kid that did that to me! you just might piss off the wrong biker on a Harley. Just my opinion! And i do have a Harley
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Old 06-12-2013, 03:06 PM
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Yeah, you might say it was a 'dick move'. Don't ride my rear bumper and think everyone want's to hear how loud your pipes are, and there won't be any 'dick moves'.
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I can not post my opinion on this but i would be ripped if me and my wife were on my Harley! I would probley follow you home! I feel bad for the kid that did that to me! you just might piss off the wrong biker on a Harley. Just my opinion! And i do have a Harley
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Congratulations on owning a Harley, when my kids are out of the house, I too shall own one. And if I don't want the smell of diesel, I won't share the sound of my pipes when I'm behind one.

It appears that if it would have been a 'kid' on a crotch rocket, this would have been acceptable? Either way, this just happened to be a guy and his wife/girlfriend/sister.

Follow me/someone home, good thinking.
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Old 06-12-2013, 03:21 PM
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Ok well i like hearing the sound of my turbo spool up and whistle on take off. I also like the sound of my straight pipe Cobra's. Dont make me a dink cuzz i like to here my pipes a little bit going through town. Just like most on here like their turbo whistle going thru town


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Old 06-12-2013, 03:22 PM
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yea following someone home isnt a great idea. ur right maybe he might have messed with the wrong biker but you might be knocking on a door of the wrong persons house to mess with. id like to see someone follow me home. Id get a kick out of watching them piss their pants.
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Sorry, but I see a huge argument on the horizon. I'm gonna close it before it gets there
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