Mega Share.com/images/images/553227170/humor00180.gif[/img] Bikes: 2005 Ninja 500 (sold) 2001 CBR 600 F4i (current stunt/commuter)30 it is then.
I never noticed the tutorial before, will have to hope it comes back up soon.
The GS500F looks decent with plastics off, but i can't imaging there being any better cosmetic mod for the EX500 than ripping those plastics off the thing ya this is like the 3rd time that they've gotten hacked...aside from that, its a very good forum. on ex500riders.com, someone has even posted a picture tutorial.was awesome...anyway, i assume that by "naked" you mean taking off all the plastic? anyway, front fairing, requires you to only take out 4 screws....before thism you must take out mirrors though (2 screws on each mirror..and fast) then you unplug the front light and then the plastic comes off.Thwomp the creatures around you and you'll get a particule effect which imbues you with their particular form and abilities: nab that butterfly to gain some colorful wings, or that beetle for some nifty chitinous headgear that can help you get through stone.As you take on the qualities of the local fauna your form gradually shifts, and it's done on such an authentic piecemeal basis that the transitions are smooth and seem viable, and pretty cute too!The first and so far only flight of the X-37B lasted 224 days, with the little spaceplane coming in to land autonomously on a runway at California's Vandenberg military space base last December.
The US Air Force, owner of the X-37B, suggests publicly that the little spaceplane is intended mainly to allow quicker deployment and testing of new technologies in space.
I really like the naked look, even when the bike doesn't look quite right when naked (since the little black box seems to stick out..
And I would ask on EX500riders but some "O Ring" is hacking their site for some reason.
Yeah but the trick is to remove them in such a way as to be able to put them back on...
It would all be rather simple considering the GS500f at least comes in an unfaired version.
We've included a few examples of what you can become in the main graphic for this review; they don't all appear in Eatvolve at once, but you can also come up with plenty of other possibilities through trial and error.