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The friendly home of Yamaha Thundercat Owners. Although not important if you don't own a cat, it will help if you have owned one in the past or are thinking of one as your fir
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Anybody see their own bike? https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=yamaha+thundercat&hl=en&prmd=imvns&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=gMoNUKLRCaik0AXU3qTICg&sqi=2&ved=0CFMQsAQ&biw=1440&bih=704
Feel free to post up a picture too. The order doesn't matter and I'm sure we all won't agree but here goes 1. Braided Brake lines (If you are supposed to replace the original ones every 4 years then why not just replace with these and forget about
Hello 2 eveyone. I've had my Thundercat Since April 2010 (The best Birthday present Ever ) been working on her over winter sorted out the rusty swingarm & bearings. Now powder coated & freshly regreased. Now can't wait to get some good ride'
Saw the Thunder Cat 1000 at Gander Mountain in Paducah KY over the weekend... they had a steep price on it... http://www.arctic-cat.com/atv/dirt.asp?category=UTILITY&model=THUNDERCAT1000H2
YZF600R Thundercat Supersport performance with tourer comfort Since 1996 the YZF600's famously comfortable riding position combined with its supersport class performance and easy handling make this middleweight an ideal choice for riders who
Brand new unused Pyramid Plastics undertray in black. Currently retails at £100 - yours for £50 plus postage.