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Old 05-17-2012, 01:40 PM   #41
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Where did it say MILES per hour.Probably Kilometers per hour is my thought
That's what I was gonna say. I was too lazy to check if 198kph was legal though
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i won't post anything more here.

just know if i noticed it, most likely someone else will too.

ps - nice vid and good luck!
All of that perception has not led you to the billion other vids of similar situations?
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Old 05-17-2012, 01:43 PM   #43
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Well they didnt convict the cop that was caught on video
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definitely mexico. zetas were trying to steal his avocados. happened to me too once on el hwy tres outside of nuevo pasadeno. alan, your bike makes mine look like a . need to get with you.




how's the twin turbo truck btw. haven't heard you say anything about it since after you ran it the first time.
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definitely mexico. zetas were trying to steal his avocados. happened to me too once on el hwy tres outside of nuevo pasadeno. alan, your bike makes mine look like a . need to get with you.




how's the twin turbo truck btw. haven't heard you say anything about it since after you ran it the first time.
I havent ran the truck again since that first time in the middle of Summer... It went 15.26@91 on 33.5" all terrains. I am sure now after I've learned a few things about it and run it in -DA winter air I could probably get a 15.0@93. Its still completely stock, even the stock air filter.

There are lots of Ecoboosts out there way faster then mine. But at 5800lbs and spinning tall/HEAVY tires, not to mention the wind drag from the lift etc etc....Its gonna take some serious mods to make any real improvements at the strip. I really just use it for my DD when I'm not riding my 1000 to work and tow vehicle for my Vettes. It pulls really nice...

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Your 100-200mph time is about the same as my 100-115mph time.

Except you don't get speed wobbles.

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Old 05-20-2012, 01:13 AM   #47
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Your 100-200mph time is about the same as my 100-115mph time.

Except you don't get speed wobbles.

Lol.. Nope, no speed wobbles here.. You should probably look into getting that fixed.. Lol
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Very nice. Alan, you run a quick shifter?

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Very nice. Alan, you run a quick shifter?



Gary I have a CycleTek Co2 powered air shifter on it. It normally works flawlessly but here as of late, its over killing on the 3-4 shift and just about throwing me over the windscreen.... Gonna get a new kill box or something...

I run the same air shifter on my 1000 and it works perfect every time.
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Looks fun, but...

That is definitely Texas. They only post those road signs within the state limits.

And you have a nice view of your helmet (and thus height from deductive reasoning) in the reflection of the tachometer. Not to mention the type of bike used and the speed laws broken (60mph limit on posted road sign that you pass by).

If I was law enforcement, I would... Attempt to contact the board administrator to figure out your identity... (Chris would most likely say no)... possibly enforceable by a judge with time.

Then I would do a search on everyone in League City Tx that has that model bike registered. Then spot check the few locations that they are registered to around town.

I'm no lawyer, but I bet the speed is above the 25mph over the limit. possible license revoke and loss of bike.

suckage!

not trying to be a buzzkill, just posting the obvious.
Ill make it easier for you to find him...His name is ZXALAN Gonzalez-Rodriguez-Garcia. He lives in the state of Nuevo Leon where his family runs a contracting business for painters, construction workers, and lawn servicing. He is easy to find. He has tan skin, black hair and brown eyes and usually drives a pickup with 15 of his family members riding in the back. Now it should be no problem for you to find him and turn him in
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Ill make it easier for you to find him...His name is ZXALAN Gonzalez-Rodriguez-Garcia. He lives in the state of Nuevo Leon where his family runs a contracting business for painters, construction workers, and lawn servicing. He is easy to find. He has tan skin, black hair and brown eyes and usually drives a pickup with 15 of his family members riding in the back. Now it should be no problem for you to find him and turn him in
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Ill make it easier for you to find him...His name is ZXALAN Gonzalez-Rodriguez-Garcia. He lives in the state of Nuevo Leon where his family runs a contracting business for painters, construction workers, and lawn servicing. He is easy to find. He has tan skin, black hair and brown eyes and usually drives a pickup with 15 of his family members riding in the back. Now it should be no problem for you to find him and turn him in


I knew I shouldnt have let you come over....




How is your new build coming along? I still feel horrible about the last one...
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that was definately mexico, I've been there quite a few times and even seen some frindly federalies out there from time to time
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All of this sounds familiar. http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...n+part&page=16
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