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post #1 of 6 Old 10-12-2012, 10:10 AM Thread Starter
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Notice that was a "ROKON" not a KLR. Otherwise there would have been widespread riots in the street.

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I'm thinking IF those extremely fast factory set up Rokons were as fast as that clip they may have sold a few more of them perhaps???

Sounded a bit like a tuned sportbike also...?....

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The only way to get that Rokon moving that is to drop it out of the helicopter. Guess they wouldn't find an old CB 750 with an automatic transmission.

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In a way, the Rokon is not unlike the aging stars of the movie: old, slow, ugly and outdated, but still unique and in the middle of the action.



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