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Old 11-15-2006, 03:30 PM   #21
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glad your alright...usually crashing at a lower speed hurts worse...


You should have seen this guys leg in TMGP last year (or was it the year before) I've never seen a worse leg break for a 5mph get off. I didn't see the actual crash, but I saw the x-rays he posted. OMG!!
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Old 11-15-2006, 03:36 PM   #23
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ok i tried to make them bigger but it says there too big im lost and have no idea how to do this sry guys tried to drag them no go help? idono
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Old 11-15-2006, 03:39 PM   #24
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photobucket.com the pics
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Old 11-15-2006, 04:06 PM   #28
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oh i took the mirror off but u can see the slight tear on the fairing
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Bummer! But at least you're ok.


Was that ding in the frame already there?
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Old 11-15-2006, 04:12 PM   #30
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Bummer! But at least you're ok.


Was that ding in the frame already there?
nope the bar end is scratched i guesh it banged it in and ty i will make it man i never jumped up so fast and threw my bike up lol
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Was it on here that somebody was talking about how they scrub new tires by putting the bike on the rear stand and then rubbing it down with fine grit sand paper while the engine idles in 1st?
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Was it on here that somebody was talking about how they scrub new tires by putting the bike on the rear stand and then rubbing it down with fine grit sand paper while the engine idles in 1st?
hmm interesting might haft to try it i did a little burn out after center and side to side nothing major but geees just trying to scuff a little it seemed it went down sooo easy took nothing really
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yep i try to scuff up new tires a bit with sand paper before riding. plus they were probably still cold.

glad your ok.
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yep i try to scuff up new tires a bit with sand paper before riding. plus they were probably still cold.

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yea ty will try the scuffing next time
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Those little 5mph ones don't feel too good huh? I was pulling my bike out of my bay at the shop to park it outside a few months ago. Guess some oil was on the front tire because as soon as I touched the front brake, it just slid right out. Since I was literally moving it 50 feet and under 10mph I was just in my uniform. Talk about being .

This is why I always use the rear brake only at slow speeds.
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