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post #1 of 12 Old 07-26-2007, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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Ya'll made me buy a Madstat.

Yes, ya'll did it...every month, every week, some one here is praising the madstat. I have the Tall Givi windshield and have been very happy with it for almost a year, so this madstat thing is going to be twice as good? Boy is my wife going to be pissed....at ya'll

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post #2 of 12 Old 07-26-2007, 10:40 PM
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Yeah, I ordered one last night too...

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Thumbs up Me, too!!

Same here...I just ordered mine about 5 minutes ago. Guess I'll get it next week.

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Sorry about that guys on behalf of everybody else here! Don't whatever you do get a PC111,drop your forks, do a TBS, change the seat, pull the secondaries or fit after market mufflers FFS!:mrgreen:

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Yes, ya'll did it...every month, every week, some one here is praising the madstat. I have the Tall Givi windshield and have been very happy with it for almost a year, so this madstat thing is going to be twice as good? Boy is my wife going to be pissed....at ya'll
Tollster; While some would balk at this , I have to correct you ......
the correct statement should be " All Y'all made me buy a Madstad"
while Y'all is correct in the sigular , All Y'all is the correct term if used in the plural!
All them 4 years in Mayport, Fla. wern't waisted A'tall!:rolleyes: I dun got edjumicated in propur inglush ...
Oh, and good job on getting the Madstad! Please post your thoughts on pro's & Cons as relative to the increase in riding joy , and decrease in wind, buffeting , etc. etc. ,yadda yadda...:mrgreen:

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post #6 of 12 Old 07-27-2007, 12:15 AM
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I never completely solved the buffeting issue on my Wee when I had it, but I can definitely say that the best it ever got was after I added the Madstad bracket.

You may have to play with the adjustments a bit, but I'd almost guarantee you'll find one that will improve things over whatever your current situation is.

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post #7 of 12 Old 07-28-2007, 10:38 PM
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If I had any balls....

I'd offer a money back guarantee if you were not satisfied with your Madstad. But I don't , so I'm not going to...

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Tollster; While some would balk at this , I have to correct you ......
the correct statement should be " All Y'all made me buy a Madstad"
while Y'all is correct in the sigular , All Y'all is the correct term if used in the plural!
All them 4 years in Mayport, Fla. wern't waisted A'tall!:rolleyes: I dun got edjumicated in propur inglush ...
Oh, and good job on getting the Madstad! Please post your thoughts on pro's & Cons as relative to the increase in riding joy , and decrease in wind, buffeting , etc. etc. ,yadda yadda...:mrgreen:
Correction my good man. Y'all can be singular OR plural. Like See Y'all later or See y'all later. Works for either. The All Y'all is redundant and does not need to be inserted in front of y'all in groups of more than one.
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Who cares if my grammar ain't right.. but all y'all won't regret it..
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I never completely solved the buffeting issue on my Wee when I had it, but I can definitely say that the best it ever got was after I added the Madstad bracket.

You may have to play with the adjustments a bit, but I'd almost guarantee you'll find one that will improve things over whatever your current situation is.

I have found that last bit to be tank panniers.
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