Review: XG Box Ninja 2 Case

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  1. unholy

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    Budget cases are good, they can hold any budget machine you can afford. Lets see if the Ninja 2 is the right one for you!
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    sweet looking. Good stuff mate, you lucky sod Al.
     
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    hehe al doesn't even know this review is up, hes sleeping :p
     
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    ....BigAl is up and ready for his motorcycle ride. No more sleep for BigAl. Thanks Unholy for getting the review posted. Looks good on the first pass. :p
    Sunday evening update: The ride was great! Check it out here: www.bigal-computers.net/worms.php :beer:
     
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    looks like fun, did u go over 100km/hr in the patch of sand? :D
     
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    Oh no.... :eek:

    No, but I almost did a power slide on the playground grass / sand. We needed to turn around in the gravel parking lot, and one guy just rode onto the grassy area of the playground to turn around. The rest of us followed, and I did a wider turn that got me within inches of the sand near a swing set. You don't want to hit the sand on a heavy bike... :bike:
     
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    no, no you dont.
     
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