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    Keeping up with the 87 TW

    Do you think this will do it?
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    That's what the TW needs, a little supercharging.
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    Would love to hear that thing, and ride it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgtrillium View Post
    Do you think this will do it?
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    Not a chance in hell..
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    Some years ago Super Bike Magazine gave step through Honda 90's to some of the U.K.'s top tuning shops. The contest was to wring as much power as they could out of them. Some of the mods were works of art much like the CT in the picture. Problem was every one of them blew up in testing. Some of them not even lasting an hour. Guess that's why my Dub is kept stock.

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    Some things are best left alone.
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