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    Hi everyone, I'm the new owner of an old '88 hawk, . I'm from Italy, my name is Boris.

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    che bella maccina
    "It's only getting worse."


    MY rides: '97 VFR750, '90 Red Hawk, '88 Blue/Black Hawk, '86 RWB VFR700 (3), '86 Yamaha Radian, '90 VTR250, '89 VTR250 (2), '73 CB125, '66 Yamaha YL-1

    Sold: '86 FJ1200, '92 ZX-7, '90 Radian, '73 CB750, '89 all-white Hawk, '88 blue Hawk, '86 FZ600, '86 Yam Fazer 700 , '89 VTR250, '87 VFR700F2, '86 VFR700F.

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      #3
      Welcome!
      Flock of Hawks | '13 Tacoma | '69 Falcon (currently getting reassembled!)
      I've spent most of my money on women, beer, cars and motorcycles. The rest of it I just wasted.

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        #4
        Welcome Boris. Post some pics of the hawk man!
        Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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          #5
          Hey man, welcome! I'm pretty new here, too, and I've found that there is a ton of helpful people and great knowledge here!

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            #6
            Welcome. If your shock has not been upgraded you should look into doing that after the normal maintenance stuff like brakes, tires and fluids. A bunch of guys here told me the same thing and they were right. Well worth the cost. A used rebuilt Fox shock really helped my confidence in its handling. Next step is front internals.

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              #7
              Welcome! Post some pictures of your new Hawk with some great Italian scenery in the background.

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                #8
                Boris Yes, pictures please!
                Bi-Coastal U.S.A.: Los Angeles, CA and Long Island, NY

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                  #9
                  Welcome to the cult!

                  If you were looking for a support group you're barking up the wrong tree. This place is fulla enablers dude. - Shooter77us

                  The bitterness of low quality lingers long after the thrill of a low price has gone. - RacerX450

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