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Old 04-16-2013, 07:42 PM   #41
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Hope the mods flag all you guys to for Umar Jokes... I got a motobot warning for you Man!! For nothin too!!

Diggin the Angle Slovy! Just tighten up the lines. Other than that listen to your throttle on an off by each Apex and exit... You'll be able to notice where you can get on the gas more or earlier as you exit. This is an ongoing study as we progress. Just my 2 cents.

Umayr is SDRC , he is cool, he can take few jokes.....
Now regarding warnings, I am suprised Newrider did not get one with his BORC introduction thread yesterday if you what i mean....
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Old 04-16-2013, 07:50 PM   #42
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haha thanks ryan and schmidie

anyhow I got pics of the tire, yeah it rolled through some oil before impact. you could see where the oil streaks come off towards the tire and then you have rash on top of it which over laps the oil streaks, oil came first then rash from the crash.
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Old 04-16-2013, 08:00 PM   #43
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haha thanks ryan and schmidie

anyhow I got pics of the tire, yeah it rolled through some oil before impact. you could see where the oil streaks come off towards the tire and then you have rash on top of it which over laps the oil streaks, oil came first then rash from the crash.
That could explain it Umayr.
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Old 04-16-2013, 08:12 PM   #44
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When I get home after work today Ima take pictures of my front tire, there was oil on the tire that was on there while it was spinning, you could see the marks off it "flinging" off the tire. That doesn't make sense because when my stator cover broke the bike wasnt moving one bit because of that concrete wall. Maybe I am wrong and maybe I did really up because my bike sliding like that suprised the out of me, i didnt even hit the brakes hard. Now I just saw the other video of here of me passing the guy leaking oil on the track right before I was getting off the track. Maybe out of the embarassment I over looked it but once I get home tonight ima look at it and see whats up
Maybe it was sabotage, someone had it in for you...

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It got erased and locked and I wad scolded.
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Old 04-16-2013, 08:17 PM   #45
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Well at least we got a good laugh while it lasted....maybe not Ryan


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Old 04-16-2013, 08:58 PM   #46
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Hope the mods flag all you guys to for Umar Jokes... I got a motobot warning for you Man!! For nothin too!!

Diggin the Angle Slovy! Just tighten up the lines. Other than that listen to your throttle on an off by each Apex and exit... You'll be able to notice where you can get on the gas more or earlier as you exit. This is an ongoing study as we progress. Just my 2 cents.
I did Notice that when I watch my videos, I think to myself. ", I could of been on the throttle for another 5 seconds"

I have a big fear entering a turn... Is because of my accident last year... And turn 1.... I couldent get that down at all....... :(


Thanks for the compliment on the angle!

I can't wait for the td on the 5th with fastline. First day in l2, hopefully I have some awesome people to follow and learn from!!!!!
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Pointing the camera at yourself is also a good idea. Getting a good view of your actual body position is a great way to make adjustments the next time you ride. Just remember,there is no substitute for seat time. See you on the 5th.
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