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    Real men ride real bikes!

    Now if you are a real man, or girl, and want a real bike I have just the machine for you.

    Ken.

    Take a look at this bike, it doesn't look that big, then scroll down and see it with a girl sitting on it. A big production motorcycle engine would be 140 cubic inches, this one is 410! I just want to ride it once!!!!!

    The Gunbus 410 cubic inch (67280cc's) V-Twin
    motorcycle is complete. The monster engine
    placed in a motorcycle frame of comparable
    size looked impossible and many who saw the
    photos were skeptical of the bike ever being
    finished, but I guess Clemens F. Leonhardt is
    one of those persistent guys who ignores the
    naysayers and keeps at his work.

    The fuel-injected, 45 degree 6728 cc/410 cubic inch V-Twin runs through a 3 speed transmission with reverse and actually looks pretty good in its finished state.
    In fact, everything looks good! It puts out 523 foot pounds of torque. Seat height is 31.5 inches and overall length is 136 inches. It is a little heavy at 1433 pounds
    so high speed corner carving might be an issue and there aren't any photos of the big bike on the road, so I guess we'll have to wait for the road test, that is if someone can actually road test this monster.

    This is actually going to go into limited series production and a sidecar will be available as
    well, which might help with balance when waiting at a light.

    I don't even want to think about a driveway tip over.
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    WOW! A Boss Hoss with a V twin....Can these guy's penises get any smaller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieCLU View Post
    WOW! A Boss Hoss with a V twin....Can these guy's penises get any smaller?

    Ha ha I have been looking for something to make me feel better about my penis size. At last the solution!

    Can you imagine that thing falling on you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Now if you are a real man, or girl, and want a real bike I have just the machine for you.

    Ken.

    Take a look at this bike, it doesn't look that big, then scroll down and see it with a girl sitting on it. A big production motorcycle engine would be 140 cubic inches, this one is 410! I just want to ride it once!!!!!

    The Gunbus 410 cubic inch (67280cc's) V-Twin
    motorcycle is complete. The monster engine
    placed in a motorcycle frame of comparable
    size looked impossible and many who saw the
    photos were skeptical of the bike ever being
    finished, but I guess Clemens F. Leonhardt is
    one of those persistent guys who ignores the
    naysayers and keeps at his work.

    The fuel-injected, 45 degree 6728 cc/410 cubic inch V-Twin runs through a 3 speed transmission with reverse and actually looks pretty good in its finished state.
    In fact, everything looks good! It puts out 523 foot pounds of torque. Seat height is 31.5 inches and overall length is 136 inches. It is a little heavy at 1433 pounds
    so high speed corner carving might be an issue and there aren't any photos of the big bike on the road, so I guess we'll have to wait for the road test, that is if someone can actually road test this monster.

    This is actually going to go into limited series production and a sidecar will be available as
    well, which might help with balance when waiting at a light.

    I don't even want to think about a driveway tip over.
    That thing is sick!

    I once rode a small block Boss Hoss and that was pretty ridiculous. For curb appeal/shock value, a bike like that is hard to beat - but a stock 1,000 cc sport bike is still quicker (because you can hook it up, which you can't with a V-8 on two wheels) and walks away from it like it's a Big Wheel the minute there's a curve in the road...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric View Post
    That thing is sick!

    I once rode a small block Boss Hoss and that was pretty ridiculous. For curb appeal/shock value, a bike like that is hard to beat - but a stock 1,000 cc sport bike is still quicker (because you can hook it up, which you can't with a V-8 on two wheels) and walks away from it like it's a Big Wheel the minute there's a curve in the road...
    On the face of it, it is a trifle Brobdignagian I will admit, of course it could be that the girl is a Lilliputian and only two feet tall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Now if you are a real man, or girl, and want a real bike I have just the machine for you.

    Ken.

    Take a look at this bike, it doesn't look that big, then scroll down and see it with a girl sitting on it. A big production motorcycle engine would be 140 cubic inches, this one is 410! I just want to ride it once!!!!!

    The Gunbus 410 cubic inch (67280cc's) V-Twin
    motorcycle is complete. The monster engine
    placed in a motorcycle frame of comparable
    size looked impossible and many who saw the
    photos were skeptical of the bike ever being
    finished, but I guess Clemens F. Leonhardt is
    one of those persistent guys who ignores the
    naysayers and keeps at his work.

    The fuel-injected, 45 degree 6728 cc/410 cubic inch V-Twin runs through a 3 speed transmission with reverse and actually looks pretty good in its finished state.
    In fact, everything looks good! It puts out 523 foot pounds of torque. Seat height is 31.5 inches and overall length is 136 inches. It is a little heavy at 1433 pounds
    so high speed corner carving might be an issue and there aren't any photos of the big bike on the road, so I guess we'll have to wait for the road test, that is if someone can actually road test this monster.

    This is actually going to go into limited series production and a sidecar will be available as
    well, which might help with balance when waiting at a light.


    I don't even want to think about a driveway tip over.

    I think i'll just remain a girly man on my Ultra.

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    proportioning of motorcycles

    The bigger the bike the smaller the manhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    The bigger the bike the smaller the manhood.

    I agree Adam, that's why you have a 1400cc and I have a 650cc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Litlbike View Post
    I agree Adam, that's why you have a 1400cc and I have a 650cc.

    Just a 600 here, guys.

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    The bigger the bike the smaller the manhood.

    Even my "big bike" is a 1340 evo.....Adam's got me there.

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    Apart from the size issue, I reckon the heat would fry your wiener!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwozzie1 View Post
    Apart from the size issue, I reckon the heat would fry your wiener!!!
    Size ain't no issue!

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    Last edited by Ken; 06-04-2009 at 01:47 PM.
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