2004 Buell XB12S Lightning Overview
Paul Johnston and Warren Pole take a look at the 2004 Buell XB12S
Lightning, before Warren gives a detailed overview comparing it to it's
closest competitors and going through it's pro's and con's.
Revolution Performance Installation: Bolt-On Big Bore Kit
For more information about the Revolution Performance Bit Bore Kits, visit
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Revolution Performance aims to provide the best performance products and
services to Harley-Davidson and Buell owners. After all you can't outrun
the physics with big bore kits, crankshaft balancing, Engine Management
Systems and other performance parts and services for your Harley-Davidson®
or Buell® motorcycle.
6 Peoples Reactions to the CRAZY 900hp 3Dx Evo
We had a blast giving people rides in the Evo, even had a guest driver when
we gave Miss Thai Thai a ride after her photo shoot! See what people
thought about the car, caught a lot of people off guard.
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Buell XB12R Firebolt - First Blast in a Long While!!! - Gopro Hero 3 Black
Put a brand new set of tyres, Conti-Sports Attack II, on the Buell this
morning and had to get it out for a play. Once I take it to some twisty
roads it will be a blast and the new tyres make a huge difference over the
rubbish that was on it when I brought the bike.
Been over a year since I've done any real riding on it.
Still Believe that the Buell Firebolt XB12R is the greatest sounding
motorcycle ever built.
Buell Vs Deer Crash 8-11-2013
Before you troll and comment your "expert" advice, please read through all
the comments and my replies to get the whole story. I didn't just grab the
front brake. I applied BOTH front and rear brakes in an attempt to do an
emergency straight stop. I admit my main mistake was swerving my body to
the left out of reflex to avoid the deer. That threw off the weight and
then the front wheel gave out.
For those who say that I should have stayed straight, it would not have
been any better. Although, I didn't stop completely, the brakes did slow me
just enough to miss hitting the deer. At only 35-40 mph, it would not have
been enough to just go "straight through" the deer. I would have hit it mid
section and gone down anyway or even worse possibly flip over the bike from
impact and could have hurt my back.
Finally put this vid together. Damn baby deer ran out in front of my
buell.. Bike was totaled and I walked away with a broken ankle and road
rash to arms and legs. Bike suffered frame damage and entire left side. Got
a new buell one week later :)
Ride Safe out there! Always wear full and proper gear! I know I'll be
wearing a full jacket from now on!
Live to Ride! Ride to Live!