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okay, I made a little thing comparing the PCJ to sililar real life counterparts.
I think its clearly the Ducati judging by the seat, light, and body style. There you have it. Its hard to see but you can zoom in and make it bigger, sorry I couldnt fina a way to. Brettdude13 02:03, 27 February 2009 (UTC)
I added an engine category and filled it to the best of my knowledge. Gorden Frohman 19:22, 18 June 2009 (UTC)
I'd say it's a 50/50 mix of Ducati Monster and Triumph Speed Triple, with the frame, gas tank, and taillight being more Monster-esque. The single bulb headlight looks very much like the one on a Monster, but the same can be said about the dual headlight and the Triumph.
The three-cylinder engine is unmistakeably from the Speed Triple, and the sound, while not particularly reminiscent of the Triumph triple, could in no way be confused with that of the 90 degree, desmodromic twin-cylinder Ducati engine(which the FCR-900 of GTA:SA tried to replicate)
--Fuzzybananas 03:14, September 11, 2009 (UTC)
Unique blue PCJ 600
The blue PCJ 600 in Autocide is a unique shade of blue. There are two other shades of blue for the bike that commonly spawns in traffic. It would be nice if someone make a comparison picture for all the three shades of blue.--spaceeinstein 05:53, July 28, 2010 (UTC)
- I mean the blue PCJ that you chase around the city, ridden by Charlie Dilson.--spaceeinstein 07:13, July 28, 2010 (UTC)