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Old 06-21-2011, 08:12 AM   #21
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sorry bro! i hope you get your bike back!
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Old 06-21-2011, 08:43 AM   #22
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Thanks Chevy.

Yes Floyd please do that for me. Hey good thing u got your bolt back in time.

Thanks Wes appreciate all you guys.
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Old 06-21-2011, 08:47 AM   #23
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You said your bike was stolen on camera. Are you talking about a complex camera system or your own private camera?

If a guy RODE it out the front gate. Do you still have your key? Cuz if you left your key in it and insurance finds out...yer screwed as they'll call it assisted theft.

Suck either way, duder.

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Old 06-21-2011, 12:33 PM   #24
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This is how I fell. I'm getting him to email me the series of pics right after that where he catches my entire fall. Without him coming to check on me and talking to me later I would've believed that it was my fault. Convo went something like this:

Him: Hey you know you're not supposed to crash in front of the camera right? Are you ok?
Me: Yes I know and yes I'm ok haha.
Him: Well what happened?
Me: I'm not sure, possibly throttle control? It happened so quick I picked my line and entered it and I guess I let off the throttle for a sec upsetting the suspension and it just fell.
Him: Oh is that what you think happened?
Me: Yea that's my guess and that's what I just told Dave. Why did you see something else?
Him: If I show you you're gonna be really upset!
Me: No please do I want to know so I can learn!
Him (pulls it up and points to the slider): You lean like the level 3's but the only difference is you stay on your bike but they get off of it so they give the look like they are leaning more. However once you did accomplish that on this last session, your slider actually made contact with the track. It just slipped the bike from under you. Otherwise you were perfect.
Me: No wai...

Now I'm not trying to point fingers as it was always my intention to remove them ever since I bought the bike but never got to it (even though a few friends of mine suggested the same). I understand it was my fault for not doing so. But after passing tech with those on, all those sessions, and being watched by a personal instructor along with the overcrowded level 1 class, no one came up and said anything to me about how I could have been in danger? :confused I guess it doesn't matter much now but it would have been nice to not have crashed on my first (possibly only now) track day.
Don't blame the sliders, you just needed to get your off the seat
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Old 06-21-2011, 12:50 PM   #25
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Yeah, but that's an amazingly long slider.

If you look at this picture...
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I'm in more danger of dragging my shifter than my frame slider. If my frame slider touches, it's because I crashed.

If I were the OP, and getting the kind of lean he does, the FIRST thing I would do is switch whatever he's got to some shorter Shoguns or something. Frame sliders are there in the event of a crash. Use your knee pucks if you wanna gauge lean angle.
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Old 06-21-2011, 02:46 PM   #26
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The frame sliders he had are way to long.. they were like for stunting or something. not the normal looking sliders.
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Old 06-21-2011, 05:12 PM   #27
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Aaron it was a complex camera system. I didn't leave my key in it. It's actually one of the few things I have left from the bike along with what I took off for track. Thanks for your positive comments.

Versatile, it was my first track day I was still getting used to the bike since I've only owned it for a little over a month. I didn't wanna go mad crazy and get off the seat yet. I just did what I knew worked to avoid crashing and just get used to being on a track.

Floyd is right. You can't even call those sliders because they really are intended for a cage or stunting. As I said I accept responsibility for not removing them myself. Spare me on the harsh judgements or lack of skill talk.
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holy , I didn't see the pic until now cause I was on my phone. those are ssome long sliders
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Old 06-21-2011, 10:40 PM   #29
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Sorry to hear that Hung. Hope bike comes up.
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Old 06-21-2011, 11:11 PM   #30
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Wow sucks to have your bike stolen from your own home! Hope they catch that low life thief, i will be on the look out for spare parts offers popping out at local bike forums.
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Old 06-21-2011, 11:47 PM   #31
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Aaron, great pic btw.

V thanks for understanding.

Jefe thank you sir.

Big thanks to Frank as well for being there for so long and supporting me. Some of my best memories of riding or experiencing the moto community was with him and I am grateful for that.

I'm going down to my office in the morning and requesting for a dvd copy of the perpetrator committing the crime or to see if I can at the least get some still images for our forum. I was standing in the spot 3AM last night just staring at the spot because I couldn't go to sleep. It is just the worst feeling especially when you know there's nothing you can do at this point.
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Old 06-22-2011, 04:27 PM   #32
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Wow. And I thought your luck could only improve after crashing. Sorry man, that sucks. If you can post pics of the guy I'll keep my eye out for him. And people think I'm being paranoid when I tell them I will not ride my bike to work because I don't want it to get stolen. They just look at me like I'm crazy.
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Old 06-23-2011, 08:22 AM   #33
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Have the police or insurance managed to do anything to brighten your day?
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Old 06-23-2011, 08:53 AM   #34
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no not yet Aaron, haven't heard a thing. Insurance isn't going to do anything as I had it setup to start full coverage first week of July when I move.

I was thinking of picking up your Evo as a rebound kinda happy purchase. I've been wanting one for a while.
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no not yet Aaron, haven't heard a thing. Insurance isn't going to do anything as I had it setup to start full coverage first week of July when I move.

I was thinking of picking up your Evo as a rebound kinda happy purchase. I've been wanting one for a while.
Ouch!!! , talking about a kick in the teeth.

Yeah. Get with me tomorrow as I'm hopefully picking up a 3D tomorrow.
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Will do Aaron PM me your # please.

Hey John welcome to MH man. Yea it would be fun to go shakedown the biker bar right over hwy 288 as I'm sure the thief couldn't have made it far with no plates, no rear tail light, etc. That's what me off the most. I bet the bike is still within 2-3 miles of my place. The "ghetto" as some of you call it is not far from my door step.

BTW for pics I'm waiting on the apt manager to get back with me.
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Will do Aaron PM me your # please.

Hey John welcome to MH man. Yea it would be fun to go shakedown the biker bar right over hwy 288 as I'm sure the thief couldn't have made it far with no plates, no rear tail light, etc. That's what me off the most. I bet the bike is still within 2-3 miles of my place. The "ghetto" as some of you call it is not far from my door step.

BTW for pics I'm waiting on the apt manager to get back with me.
We can go on a few police ride alongs..
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Someone busted your taillight in the pits at MSRH? I know a lot has happened since then, but I'd have gone ballistic on that one. Who with someone else's bike in the pits?????
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