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    Oh yes best time ever!
    Two and a half week out of office
    And today I got my brammo.
    #166 worldwide, #1 in Austria. So I need to wait until I get the number plate. Sounds poetic!
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    Hip Hip Hurra!

    Now I got the number plate, and as the clerk at the insurance got totally nervous (how many cc? how many?), I now only need to pay for a 50cc!
    Unfortunately, it got now a little snowy in vienna. Fortunately, vienna is still existing!

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    I think Richard230 snuck through the 0cc loophole too.. heh.

    That's going to get closed pretty quickly IMO .. but cheap insurance ftw while it lasts.
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    I just checked my insurance policy from last year. It lists my Zero ZF9 as having 1cc. My 250K/500K liability-only multi-bike policy cost me a yearly premium of only $32 for the bike. I am due to get my renewal next month and I'll see if anything has changed then.

    I guess as long as no one gets into any big crashes while riding an electric motorcycle and the insurance companies don't have to pay out $$$ for replacing the bikes or for them causing any major third-party claims, rates should continue low. I hope.

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    Hello, I now moved to the Brammo Forum
    http://brammoforum.com/index.php?board=19.0

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    Hi now I am back again.
    What happend in between?

    A stormy highsider crashed the right frame, but it was quite cheap to repair.
    The rear break has been screaming, the inner pad was stuck. Now everything is fine.

    I now got about 1200 km on it.


    Maximum range cross country with minimized fun factor has been 94km.
    Range without always looking at the power meter - much more fun! - about 60.
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    The suede seat looks really pretty, but it takes a long time to get it dry once it got wet.
    Brammo will change this seat to the standard seat. Thanks for this goot solution.

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    Today I took a trip through the hilly surroundings of vienna. Outside 26 degrees, and the engine was really hot. Thermal cut. Hmmm. I think the enertia really does not want to be fast... Best bike in the city, once you are off the line. Cross country, maybe I should wait till I am 60.

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    Got a new engine an a very good setup between controller and engine. Now my acceleration is better than when I bought it! Makes fun (3500 km)

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