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Old 04-14-2009, 06:36 PM   #1
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So what's the verdict? Are these dream machines or ridiculously excessive and ugly?

http://www.bosshoss.com/view_bike.asp?x=BHC3LS3SS

That's their crown jewel. 6200cc 445hp 445 Ft. Lbs. Torque. To me I think I'd like riding one just to do it, but it seems like it would be just a bit cumbersome. If you want that much power are you still riding a cruiser? What do you guys think?

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Old 04-14-2009, 07:37 PM   #2
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That sure is a lot of bike. I don't think I would want it as my only bike. If I collected bikes though I definatly would want one. It just doesn't seem practical to me. And yes I would consider it a cruiser

Jay Leno has one in his collection.

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It's like a 72 oz. steak would be. The first reaction is "that's ridiculous". Then you find yourself thinking "I wonder how it tastes?".
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my ? is why would you need all that motor?? I had a nice lil drag car took it up to 160 on the street and that skeered me sh**less...lol !!!
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That much engine is more about just having that much engine. Anywhere you go, you're the top dog in cycling horsepower. Also, the amount of torque is insane. More about the feeling than anything else.
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I don't know, that thing just scares the hell out of me. When I was a freshman in HS, my buddies dad had one of these and I rode on the back of it. It's scary as hell and I never want to pilot one to be honest.
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Well, if you have riding experience and don't lay on the throttle I bet it can be handled.
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Old 04-15-2009, 01:09 PM   #8
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These bikes are awsome...they are built here near us in PA. A buddy of mine has owned 2 of them..he loves it...wont ride anything else. It is my dream bike and I will one day own one. They are so fun to ride and talk about power...lol
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I thought they were built in TN, I very well could be wrong though. Whats the price tag on them like?
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A 502 on ebay right now is 40K. (that's 8213cc folks)

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I thought they were built in TN, I very well could be wrong though. Whats the price tag on them like?
I'm sorry your right...I meant to say there is a distributor here in PA near us, they are built in TN.

I'm not sure what he got in his but he got his first one used, had if for awhile then he traded it in on a new one. If I can get a pic of it I will post it...weather ain't been nice enuff to ride yet.

I'm a big guy...6'-2" 330# so to me it fits right to me...so comfy...always wanted one and hope in the next 5 yrs or so I can get one...its just so unique and hardly anyone has any...its like its one high society....lol
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I'm sorry your right...I meant to say there is a distributor here in PA near us, they are built in TN.

I'm not sure what he got in his but he got his first one used, had if for awhile then he traded it in on a new one. If I can get a pic of it I will post it...weather ain't been nice enuff to ride yet.

I'm a big guy...6'-2" 330# so to me it fits right to me...so comfy...always wanted one and hope in the next 5 yrs or so I can get one...its just so unique and hardly anyone has any...its like its one high society....lol

Do you know how much your buddy dropped on his new one.
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If I can't pick it up off the ground, I do no want one.
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There are a lot bikes that are a chore to pick up, but weighing twice that of a goldwing does seem like a bit much.
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So what's the verdict? Are these dream machines or ridiculously excessive and ugly?

http://www.bosshoss.com/view_bike.asp?x=BHC3LS3SS

That's their crown jewel. 6200cc 445hp 445 Ft. Lbs. Torque. To me I think I'd like riding one just to do it, but it seems like it would be just a bit cumbersome. If you want that much power are you still riding a cruiser? What do you guys think?

Pic of the bike if you don't click the link:

what a monster

A dry weight of 1500 lbs!!!!
Wow, what would you do if ya dropped this big dog?

On the plus side, you wouldn't have to worry about tripping those traffic light sensors that I can never get to recognize my little 250cc..

You are right about that Ikeman,.. :-)

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If you ever did drop it, you'd need to enlist a few people around to help you pick it up.
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Or you could just pull a trailer with it and keep a cherry picker in the trailer.
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no no no...these bikes are built with the rollover crash bars and the bike and they will almost uprights itself. Its made to just roll on those bars...it stands back up pretty easily.
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I bet the dry weight on this one is even larger than the bosshoss... Must be hard to lean into the hairpins though...

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I really wan't all that impressed with the one I rode. I mean ya its got he power and its got the torque but I really didn't enjoy riding it. I thought the handling was way to heavy and just was to much work to enjoy the ride.
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Shoot, my last link didn't work.. check out this "Motorcycle"..

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445 hp is more grunt than any motorcycle will ever need. With the right rider, it'd probably beat a ZX14 down the drag strip.

With that much power, I'd think you'd need top-notch handling and brakes. Does this heavy beast offer all that?

Here's my favorite part: Warranty12 mo., unlimited miles excluding engine & drivetrain

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Boss Hoss is built right here where I live. Dyersburg TN. They are nice people and will give you a tour of their small shop if you ask.

They also make trikes. If I am not mistaken the model that is pictured above is somewhere around $40K.

I think thats a little steep. They also have automatic trannys.
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Half the fun is shifting, and I think I'd miss that on a Boss. I guess it's too much like a two wheeled car for my tastes. I'd still like to take one for a test drive though.
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IMO these type of customs are for bragging rights and rich people
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I'm 6' 7" tall and decided to look into Boss Hoss about 10 years ago because I wanted a bike better sized for me than most of the others I looked at. Harleys and GoldWings just did not fit. I looked at the used Boss Hoss and Kannon market and was able to ride several of each at that time. They are motorcycles and they are Cruisers. I found they handled better than I ever imagined they could. At the time these bikes were so far out of the mainstream they had to use a Firestone passanger car radial tire on the back because no tire manufacturer at the time made a motorcycle specific tire that could handle the weight and power of these bikes.

I liked the ride but I didn't really care for the bloated looks of these bikes and I couldn't justify the price in my mind. They handle just like a big cruiser handles and I wouldn't hesitate to ride one again, they are an experience. I eventually ended up with a Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 and it reminds me of the feel of the Boss Hoss and Kannons I rode. My stock Battlax on the Vulcan was severly overloaded and unsafe and I needed to find a tire with a higher load rating. I remembered back to how well the Firestone PCR had worked on the Boss Hoss and Kannons and found a similar High Performance Radial tire that would fit the Vulcan. It has worked just as well on the Vulcan as it did on the Boss Hoss. I'm glad I had the chance to experience riding these big V8 cruisers and was able to take advantage of what I learned to make my Vulcan safer for my wife and I to enjoy.
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FYI...the friend of mine that has the 2005 Boss Hoss with the 350 in it...is tryin to talk his wife into gettin a new one with a 502 in it. He just won his 4th term in office and want it as a gift to himself.

If I was buying one I would go all out and get a trike with the Vette Z06 in it...lol

I found this link to the 502 he wants. Its for sale at our local Boss Hoss dealer. heres a link to it. http://www.mountainbosshoss.com/new_...tom/09_502.htm
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To ridiculous for me also..

having all that power and not being able to really use it seems pointless..

The fact that a 600cc sport bike would outrun it like its sitting still is prob the biggest reason I would never own one.... well and the poor handling...
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having all that power and not being able to really use it seems pointless..The fact that a 600cc sport bike would outrun it like its sitting still is prob the biggest reason I would never own one.... well and the poor handling...
HAAA! I'm sorry, thats funny. Where do you get to use ANY bike or car for that matter, to the fullest extent of it's ability? The Track, of corse. But the track doesn't go past where I work.
Plus, Around here, the speed limit is 35 sometimes 45mph. Guys that have used all their available rpm's around here are either ticketed heavely, ...or there dead.

This guy at work just bought a new Dodge Charger with all kinds of extra power options, including ludicrous horse power. Wheres he gonna get any use out of it? The same place I get to use my 109 cu inchs & 110 hp. Putting down the boulevard and back and forth to work. Right behind the kids on their 600cc. crotch rockets doing 35 mph. And at that speed,...they All handle perfect.
Yeah, it's pointless alright, but it's the American way.
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You just argued my point but not in the way I meant it...

If your not going to be able to use the power.... why would you pay that much for it...

But in this case.... you CANT use all the power that engine makes even if you wanted too... motorcycles are weird that way... there is a reason the race bikes are 1000CC DOHC 4 cylinders.....

You might have torque from all hell... but when you crack the throttle on that 502CI bike.... its not going to be able to make use of it or transfer it to the ground for crap compared to a properly designed bike.. So the only reason for buying one of them would be for the novelty, not for speed.

And yes a newer 600CC sport bike would hand it its ass in every aspect...

Also... I dont know where you live but where I do.... You have so many opportunities to hit 180mph and have a 90% chance of getting away with it that its ridiculous... So any bike I would own would defiantly get unleashed on a regular basis... Rural America has a lot of benefits.... and even if your not doing anything illegal.... its still fun do be doing freeway speeds 1/5th the way up the onramp.

So pay 30 grand for a bike that probably runs low 13's (maybe low 12's) and handles and stops like crap, or pay 10 grand for a bike that runs 9's and handles like its on rails and stops on a dime.... Saying you bought a boss hoss soley for performance either means your just ignorant (wich in case I can understand) or your just trying to justify buying one just because you like them.... there isnt anything wrong with that either.... but I get a kick out of how people act like they are the fastest thing out there when they arnt even close...

Ya they are kinda cool bikes.... and if you like them more power to ya I ques... but all I was saying is that I cant personally justify buying one when I can get something for 1/3rd the price that will greatly outperform it in every way.. thats it.
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We all ride motorcycles for fun. Novelty of a Boss Hoss = Fun. Why not? People buy Boss Hosses for the same reason they ride Rat Bikes or do Iron Butt competitions, for fun.
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We all ride motorcycles for fun. Novelty of a Boss Hoss = Fun. Why not? People buy Boss Hosses for the same reason they ride Rat Bikes or do Iron Butt competitions, for fun.
Yeah! Thats what I meant to say. I know guys who ride around in a 4X4 Pickup who don't live on the farm and Nothing has ever been in the bed, and it's never been off road or towed anything. They're just basic transportation. They probably are some kind of thrill to drive, and Detroit has sold a bizillian of them.

Whats the Latin term for, "To Each, His Own"
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Trust me.... Pickup trucks are not a thrill to drive LOL

They come in handy if you gotta buy a couch though.
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Also... I dont know where you live but where I do.... You have so many opportunities to hit 180mph and have a 90% chance of getting away with it

"this is why we can't have nice things"......

anyway, the boss hoss is overkill, just like a fully track setup R1 is overkill......where do i stand on this subject? we should all either ride 250 cc scooters, or we should all have proper liter racebikes, or maybe even two liter cruisers.....

there's a right way to use all of the above, in a public setting. it's when you start to abuse it that you make us all look like idiots.

use your head, ride smart, ride safe, and don't screw it up for the rest of us!!!
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They should sell bragging douchebag raders for boss hosses. You could be a vigilante, when someone is on a big kawasaki cruiser, or a vtx 1800, or a v-rod*, and they're bragging about their bikes to people and how many horses they have and how other bikes are "weak" you would see them. Then you just pull up on your boss hoss, gun the engine, and drive away, leaving them silent.

*I'm not insulting any of those bikes so don't start ANOTHER harley argument, I'm insulting people who make fun of bikes that they deem to be "lesser" than theirs
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I'd like riding one just to do it, but it seems like it would be just a bit cumbersome. If you want that much power are you still riding a cruiser? What do you guys think?
nail hit on head. Just a stupid toy for rich *******s. Its a water cooled car engine. ****ing lame.

at least a full track modded R1 can be run on a track, this thing is as useless as tits on a bull.

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How many times in your life do you buy a couch.
I've known people who wouldn't buy a pick up or sold one because all they hear is, hey fred, what are you doing Saturday (they need help moving.)
Boss Hoss (there's one here, 1 mile away) is just too much. Like a 72 oz steak. 8, 10 or 12 oz is fine for me and tastes just right.
I like ice cream, but don't slap 2 gallons in front of me. I can't eat that much.
I'm still hung up in the world of mid sized bikes. And probably always will be.
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