For our admittedly loose comparison, we hauled out the Kingpin 8-Ball, a stripped, blackened solo mount which cedes the muscle banner to its stablemate the Hammer, but still packs plenty of punch with the 100-inch Freedom engine. Next out of the pen was Suzuki's rippling, 125 hp M109R-the epitome of the musclebike credo-which, through no fault of ours, simply didn't make it into our muscle test a few issues back. This time out, Suzuki sent us the Limited Edition version. Then there was the one that started the latest power craze-Star's original hot-rod, the Warrior. Outfitted in suitably sinister Midnight trim, the former AMA Champ is still potent after all these years, but perhaps because of its styling, is still considered something of an outsider by the traditional cruiser crowd. As for the Street Bob, there's no question this Harley was made to provoke love-or-hate reactions. With mini apehanger bars, a solo seat and pseudo-primer paint job, it oozes back-alley attitude. Bring it on, we said.