Jump to content

robertaccio

Supporting Members
  • Content Count

    5832
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

150 Excellent

About robertaccio

  • Rank
    1999 Husqvarna TE610 (DS) FahQ MC/FahQ RCNG
  • Birthday 07/16/1961

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    https://www.facebook.com/robert.nantista

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    San Diego
  • Interests
    Family, motos, fishing, Italian food and FahQ MC

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. All gone. Spread the love to my sponsor shop National City Motorcycles the crew there jumped onto all the gear.
  2. robertaccio

    Sold

    pokey I may have a buyer among my crew and extended crew. but until it happens..... I'm reaching out to him now.
  3. robertaccio

    Another RFS Build

    I just love mechanical processes coming together !! best of show. More than ever now that I have my 1994 Husaberg 501, I can see that Berg DNA all over the RFS engine. (and deeper in the DNA tree that Swede Husqvarna DNA in it as well) Looks like a "head shop"!!!!
  4. Drudi Performance (Aldo Drudi) has been instrumental in the visual marketing creation of VR46's image. Through color, logos and graphics.
  5. just curious how did the old Kawasaki KLR do?
  6. robertaccio

    Yamaha Super Tenere 700

    Rat Fink!!! Ed Roth, with some Flying Eyeball, Von Dutch thrown in. Couple of serious automotive artists/artisans/visionaries
  7. robertaccio

    Yamaha Super Tenere 700

    so take your cool looking stylish T7 lose 40 lbs and turn it into a rat bike....... I have auto mind list of about an easy 25 pound list. but every list I have includes costly Ti and other replacement parts. Roland is a great guy regardless, but I also know this was a 3 hour weightloss program, nothing said about style!!! Fun stuff.
  8. robertaccio

    PanMerca

    quick reply I was referring to the motor company's marketing division folks not us consumers. But of course I have no data to support my opinion.
  9. robertaccio

    PanMerca

    for example 1947..... sidecar rigs included!!
  10. robertaccio

    PanMerca

    Zubb, I also can imagine that they really don't have many real offroad employees on the marketing payroll. I still need to watch the viddy in its entirety , but it really wasn't that long ago, up to the early sixties that H-D machines were all over Hill climbs, Enduros and even dez races. Back in the 80s I worked at a Kaw/Yam shop and the partner owner started racing enduros on an H-D back in the day. Check some of the photos from Jack Pine, unreal shots of guys on hardtails slogging through the forest and mud. All good!!
  11. robertaccio

    Yamaha Super Tenere 700

    This is the type of thread that keeps me smiling when jumping onto the SDAR site. Good logical fun conversations with no drama and BS. BTW what oil would you use in that T7?
  12. robertaccio

    Yamaha Super Tenere 700

    Boano (of the former ISDE, WEC and Italian national enduro brothers Ivan and Jarno Boano) T7 Yamaha as the Italians say " Full Gass". They also have/had the Beta Boano World Enduro Beta factory sub-team
  13. robertaccio

    Yamaha Super Tenere 700

    One of my crew has a T7 Tenere' the thing is the S101 suspension test bed as well as typically for him the bolt on performance accessory machine, he has quite a bit of special parts on it . It sounds boss, handles like a 450 and is an overall bitchen machine. Another niche position bike filling another gap in the ADV client desire range.
  14. robertaccio

    PanMerca

    linkage bikes for the most part sit a bit lower. Tim sat on my new Husky TE300i and was amazed to be flat footed. My race sag is set with spring rates for my weight at slightly less than the OEM callout of 110mm so say @ 105 with my tank arse loaded on.
  15. robertaccio

    2007 KTM 525 EXC

    matched countersink degree angle is critical as mentioned.
×