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    Quote Originally Posted by nuckingfutts View Post




    This must be t typo...
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    Wonder if the seller is not very motorcycle knowledgeable, and to sound knowledgeable looked up on the www and posted the first TW info found and/or was confused and thought the 225 sounded better!



    Or they really have a 225, doubtful.



    Or an unscrupulous seller.





    But, I wish we did have them here. TW225 that is. We already have the unscrupulous!
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    It is a six speed too. Look at the specs.
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    That's of them Special models from Neiman Marcus. Comes with 8.9" of front suspension, 21" front wheel which gives the illusion of an 18, 120-18 rear which gives the illusion of a 180, and 100 horsepower.



    Of course it could also be a TW whose owner has transposed the specs with a TTR225. But that would be boring.



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    it's a california bike with a carbon canister.... i'd wager he transposed the info from a different bike. looks clean though.
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