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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by vart, Sep 29, 2013.
Wow, that is about as bold as you can get with copying someone else's design...
Harley only has a trademark on the oil leak... Yamaha won't be infringing on that.
Now that's just not helpful at all.
All one can hope for is that performance isn't identical.
I see what you did there.
If that was a true copy, Yamaha would have moved the exhaust and primary to the wrong side also. HH
Hah! I was wondering why the pipes were on the stand side? :embarassed:
I saw one of those on the street last week. My thoughts were the same, it looked like a sportster but it wasn't a sportster. And it was quiet.
73% of all Harley's ever sold are still on the road. The rest of them were able to make it home safely
Now that is bold! Those damned Japs. It's just like Ford copying Mazda! Oh wait...
It's impossible to ride around and sound like a d-bag on the Yamaha.
I've been thinking about getting another, smaller bike again. My '06 Stratoliner Midnight has been a great bike (much more powerful & better handling than my previous Road Star Midnight). I just miss having a smaller bike for shorter rides, especially around the coastal towns.
Might have to look at an improved mid-size iron.
I like this better than the Sportster, must be because they did a much better job on this one.
Haters gonna hate...
that bike looks good. they make a good bike. i am a hd man, been that way since 1987. i have also had other brands in the house. will ride anything that has two wheels.
I thought EVERYBODY (including real Harley riders) hated on Sportsters.
I have a Harley fat bob. I test drove a Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 yesterday that looks just like a Road Glide. Damn nice bike. I may get something besides a Harley next time.
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