F4S custom for sale on EBay,LOTS of Carbon Fibre US$10K 1157 miles

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please check out my auction on EBAY. the auction number is 2431675423

-- justin and nicoli (crystalscan4@hotmail.com), September 08, 2003


I'm not interested in buying (one MV is enough), but I'm wondering what those pegs right below the seat are?

-- Andy Ruhl (quadreverb@yahoo.com), September 08, 2003.

Are you just posting an ad and moving through or what? Seems like an honest enough question and I'm sure you get asked it a million times. Might as well post an answer publicly.

-- Andy Ruhl (quadreverb@yahoo.com), September 10, 2003.

im not sure what youre asking Mr. Ruhl, but as to moving through, we've been on here for some months now and have sold quite a few parts to our fellow owners so we're not "passing through" at all. I just got a SENNA recently and Justin does still have another F4S red and silver. so we're still full-fledged Mv owners and therefore full- fledged members of this forum. Thanks for the interest.

-- nicoli and justin (crystalscan4@hotmail.com), September 10, 2003.

Ask a simple question... Looks like I'll have to come up with my own simple answer.

This just in:

BAMBOOZLEBURG, CENTRAL AMERICA - On location of the biggest mystery since the murder of Bob Crane.

Wanderers, joggers, and passers by were befuddled by a newly invented motorcycle accessory unleashed on an unsuspecting public today. The accessory was installed just below the seat on an otherwise nicely customized MV Agusta motorcycle. The MV Agusta motorcycle is noted for it's stunning beauty, and notorious for having a large number of owners who customize it heavily but don't actually ride it.

When asked what the accessory was, passers by stared blankly and spoke quickly, without proper grammar, and with a general attitude of complete apathy.

Ira Schmaltzky, a retired grocery store cashier: "It's obviously a hook to hang those new fangled plastic grocery bags from. They did away with those beautiful large metal grocery baskets attached to motorbikes years ago and the world is worse because of it."

When this reporter noted that proper operation of the bike could not be maintained if a grocery bag was hung from this area, Ira didn't budge on his opinion.

Lenny "Dog" Leatherhead, part time dentist and full time Harley Davidson customizer: "I've seen every form of footpeg known to man, but this beats the hell out of me."

Lenny was wearing one of the much maligned "The B**ch Fell Off" t-shirts, which probably makes him an expert on the subject.

The designer of the accessory has been mum on the actual use of his invention, prefering for the general public to decide what the true nature of the odd looking appendage is.

This reporter, frankly, is horrified that this trend of useless motorcycle accessories might actually catch on and continue for those with nothing better to do.


-- Andy Ruhl (quadreverb@yahoo.com), September 11, 2003.

HAHHAHAHAHHHHAAAHAHAH... Thats some funny shit! Weird, that this guy has sold the same engine, injectors , frame, and much more, but has ZERO feedback concering these items?!?!?!?!?!? NOW...he has this "custom" bike for sale... and yes WHAT THE HELL ARE THOSE THINGS ABOVE THE REGULAR FOOT PEGS???

-- andre (so-funny@yahoo.com), September 12, 2003.

sorry you guys feel that way.

-- nic and j (crystalscan4@hotmail.com), September 15, 2003.

Dude, seriously. Stop this and just talk about the bike. Why would anyone bid on such a mongrel if you don't answer questions?

I think the thing looks pretty good actually. But it's obviously built from parts. Just say it.

I'm almost afraid that those extra pegs were put on to better facilitate some stunts or something similar...

-- Andy Ruhl (quadreverb@yahoo.com), September 16, 2003.

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