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Old 04-15-2013, 02:08 PM   #101
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eh i dont think my case can be welded up man? i took off the stator cover yesterday and a piece where it bolts onto a chunk just fell off..
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If your rotor/crank wasn't impacted by the crash and is straight, your cases can be salvaged.
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Ive done level 2 a couple times before at MSRH and ECR and I was more comfortable with that, it was a good mixture of people passing me and me passing people..
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If your rotor/crank wasn't impacted by the crash and is straight, your cases can be salvaged.
Bring the bike along with any pieces yo have and a new cover to American Heli Arc and 9 out of 10 times they can fix it.

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+1 There are riders in Level 2 that should have stayed in 1 for a little longer, and other riders in 2 that should be bumped up but they choose to say in 2 because they like to practice passing people, which there are alot more riders in lvl3 who they cant pass. My advice would be to stay in 1 at TWS (Texas World Speedway) for another TD or so, cause you will be causing traffic in the corners. Yesterday there were alot of riders goin BORC and some goin SLOW.. I got flagged being to impatient cause 's bottle neckin the corners..

Trust me man, you almost there, and everyone that posted will agree, "You have to go through the thorns before reaching the roses".
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Scariest part of my first track day ever was getting hit from behind while pitting by some crazy lunatic coming in way too hot.

Just joking buddy, glad you're ok! Now if I hadn't been able to keep my bike upright, I think I would be feeling a little different about you lol

I got some video, but its pretty much just my getting bumped up to the tank and then some nice views of the sky lol
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Scariest part of my first track day ever was getting hit from behind while pitting by some crazy lunatic coming in way too hot.

Just joking buddy, glad you're ok! Now if I hadn't been able to keep my bike upright, I think I would be feeling a little different about you lol

I got some video, but its pretty much just my getting bumped up to the tank and then some nice views of the sky lol
Im just glad i didnt like up your bike.. just a little paint on the frame slider and bumped your tire (I was helping you get rid of your chicken strips )

But for real, my bad bro!
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+1 There are riders in Level 2 that should have stayed in 1 for a little longer, and other riders in 2 that should be bumped up but they choose to say in 2 because they like to practice passing people, which there are alot more riders in lvl3 who they cant pass. My advice would be to stay in 1 at TWS (Texas World Speedway) for another TD or so, cause you will be causing traffic in the corners. Yesterday there were alot of riders goin BORC and some goin SLOW.. I got flagged being to impatient cause 's bottle neckin the corners..

Trust me man, you almost there, and everyone that posted will agree, "You have to go through the thorns before reaching the roses".
Yeah i get what youre saying, but when I am in level 2 I am more relaxed at ease n have more fun, I havent had any issues of me holding anyone up because I will be going a good pace (not slow/not fast) through the straights to check if anyone wants to pass. And it really is a lot easier going a good pace in level 2, when I was in L1 it was stop n go stop n go.. check video, and when that happens i start loosing interest and stop having fun which results in me loosing my attention. I know I will get mixed opinions/comments about it. Ive had a couple instructors tell me Im good for level two and a few other people who have watched me on the track though its not something that I randomly decided to jump into.. But appreciate the comment.
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Yeah i get what youre saying, but when I am in level 2 I am more relaxed at ease n have more fun, I havent had any issues of me holding anyone up because I will be going a good pace (not slow/not fast) through the straights to check if anyone wants to pass. And it really is a lot easier going a good pace in level 2, when I was in L1 it was stop n go stop n go.. check video, and when that happens i start loosing interest and stop having fun which results in me loosing my attention. I know I will get mixed opinions/comments about it. Ive had a couple instructors tell me Im good for level two and a few other people who have watched me on the track though its not something that I randomly decided to jump into.. But appreciate the comment.
Ok, I respect that, just sayin, you shouldn't go up if there are more things you need to work on other than pace.
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Alrightt thanks for respecting it and I'll try to send you another video of me riding around the track where it wont look as terrible ha
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Alrightt thanks for respecting it and I'll try to send you another video of me riding around the track where it wont look as terrible ha
Im just the messenger... it was brought to attention, you should stay in one so that you wouldn't get another rider hurt or incident. it seems that every month you have had an incident/incidents on the street now the track which no one has ever seen or heard anyone crashing exiting the track, which I know it has happened before. Trust me Im not bashing you or criticizing, cause i wouldn't want someone to do that to me. The issue seems to be with your riding or focus. Some would say your riding, Im saying its your focus, but Im not an expert, Im speaking for myself what my issues were. But the best part is that you are goin to the track to learn.

You may also need to pay a little more cash and take personal instruction from a more experienced rider maybe an X racer to give you some detailed feedback about your riding, I did it in the past,and it helped me. Because pretty soon people may not want to ride with you, or could care less about riding with you.

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Im just the messenger... it was brought to attention, you should stay in one so that you wouldn't get another rider hurt or incident. it seems that every month you have had an incident/incidents on the street now the track which no one has ever seen or heard anyone crashing exiting the track, which I know it has happened before. Trust me Im not bashing you or criticizing, cause i wouldn't want someone to do that to me. The issue seems to be with your riding or focus. Some would say your riding, Im saying its your focus, but Im not an expert, Im speaking for myself what my issues were. But the best part is that you are goin to the track to learn.

You may also need to pay a little more cash and take personal instruction from a more experienced rider maybe an X racer to give you some detailed feedback about your riding, I did it in the past,and it helped me. Because pretty soon people may not want to ride with you, or could care less about riding with you.

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