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I would love to look at photos, but I am too busy riding my new Grom all around. Put on 200 miles today. Turns out it gets 125 mpg, goes 72 mph (GPS verified), has 2 more gears than was advertised, and the price was reduced by $200. See, two can play at this game.
 

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Lol aww common bro a little fun since its getting a little monotonous

And aj nin nice try but keep the funnys to me bro. Ill give u an a for trying.
 

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For my joke ill give you my eta actual shipped date!!!!!!! Swear no jokes honest truth...


Ready.......... 8/12/2013. Monday so ill get it weds or thursday 14th or magical 15th. Yea buddy this is real time!!!!!!!
 

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For my joke ill give you my eta actual shipped date!!!!!!! Swear no jokes honest truth...


Ready.......... 8/12/2013. Monday so ill get it weds or thursday 14th or magical 15th. Yea buddy this is real time!!!!!!!
pfft just be glad I didnt ban you. LOL. Kidding of course.

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If anyone is interested, I estimated some other dimensions for the Grom to determine how I should move my bikes around in my garage. The Grom is 5'9" long. At its widest part between mirrors it is 29 inches. At the next widest area between the ends of the foot pegs it is 22 inches. I decided since I don't have enough room to get 4 bikes all in line in half the garage, I'll put the Vespa in front of the Grom so when I want to ride the Vespa, I'll move the Grom out, then put the Grom where the Vespa was and keep alternating their positions so I have to do less moving around. The Vespa is actually heavier than the Zero S, but unfortunately, my plug for the Zero means I have to keep it pretty much where it is. Anyway, that's my plan until my daughter goes to school and takes her car out of my garage to give me all kinds of room.
 

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The ht. starts out at 39.76 inches (it's 53 in. on my Vespa). Since the mirrors are round and attach to the bike vertically, it doesn't look like you will get much reduction folding the mirrors. If you are able to rotate them 90, you may lose 1.5 inches max. Removing the mirrors altogether would bring the bike to about 35" from ground to tops of the handlebars which is the highest part if the mirrors are off.
 

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OK, so I don't have my Grom yet, but I do have a chalk mark on my garage floor to show me where to park it just to the right of the Gixxer and behind the Vespa. I'm ready. Snapfish: Share:Registration

this is funny. I start my vacation in a couple of weeks and my first priority is to spend a day moving toys around so that I have a place to park the Grom.
 
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