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New to the forum, of course.  Just bought a used R2 with an 1100cc engine.  Don't know why it took so long for Joyner to do that with the Renegade.  Hope to learn a lot about my machine.?

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I've been enjoying the site for a few months.  When I got my Renegade, I just had to sign up.  Thanks!  I'm thinking of putting together a review on my Renegade (likes, dislikes and mods).  It won't be 100% complete because I still have a lot to learn and investigate.

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