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Old 04-03-2015, 01:34 PM   #201
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It actually was an epic ride for all those who endured.

I mean biscuits and gravy at Heights staple, jumping railroad tracks and Supermoto routes along the bayou and warehouse jumps with an audience?

Then streeting along to Kemah for mimosas, maries, or beer And salmon pizza?

Then parking at the dock and getting lectured by boat people?

Then trying to sail to some bar, but sailed instead around the bay?

Then early dinner at jolees?

Fiddle fartin? Haha
Please explain to poor Bevo why he would not have kept up in his brand new CBR 1000rr...
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Please explain to poor Bevo why he would not have kept up in his brand new CBR 1000rr...
traction control?
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The Mobil 1 I just put in has traction control formulated into the oil. It actually does smell a little like biscuits and gravy.

I have another legit question - - - - - -

If I want to totally rinse out my engine and trans -
After I drain the oil and change filter, can I put a few quarts of gas in it and turn it over for a few seconds and then drain it all out again?

Or will that totally fkuc up the clutch?
Is there a product I can use to totally flush it out? Want to get completely rid of any
dirt, metal shavings, etc.

I don't have a magnet on my drain plug. Can I buy one like that?
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The Mobil 1 I just put in has traction control formulated into the oil. It actually does smell a little like biscuits and gravy.

I have another legit question - - - - - -

If I want to totally rinse out my engine and trans -
After I drain the oil and change filter, can I put a few quarts of gas in it and turn it over for a few seconds and then drain it all out again?

Or will that totally fkuc up the clutch?
Is there a product I can use to totally flush it out? Want to get completely rid of any
dirt, metal shavings, etc.

I don't have a magnet on my drain plug. Can I buy one like that?
Regarding plug.

You can jbweld a magnet on top of your current plug then wrap it around with plumbers tape.

Stop tryin to hijack a thread thats been hijacked.

I kid bout everything above
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Regarding plug.

You can jbweld a magnet on top of your current plug then wrap it around with plumbers tape.

Stop tryin to hijack a thread thats been hijacked.

I kid bout everything above
I don't have any JB weld. Can I use Elmer's?
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There's no way his would have followed us onto those roads we went on
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I will buy tickets to this 500f vs sv650 track showdown if it takes place.
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Old 04-03-2015, 03:26 PM   #214
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Lmao do you guys even have jobs? wtf?
Bevo is so loaded he doesn't even have to work any holidays, or weekends and can still afford a brand new bike each year cash money.

He'll tell you all about it...multiple times.
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He'll tell you all about it...multiple times.
There's a ride meeting in your neighborhood tomorrow. You in?
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He'll tell you all about it...multiple times.


I've never once posted or said that

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Get in on the ride that's meeting in your neighborhood tomorrow
Where is my neighborhood?


I work tomorrow. I usually go on sunday rides because its the only day I have off most weekends.
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I work tomorrow. I usually go on sunday rides because its the only day I have off most weekends.
Try retirement. I ride any day I want, any time I want. I guess I had a better job than a Wal Mart greeter or midnight stockboy. Something can be said for higher education.
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Try retirement. I ride any day I want, any time I want. I guess I had a better job than a Wal Mart greeter or midnight stockboy. Something can be said for higher education.
Maybe if you got a part time job at wal-mart or krogers, like some other retired folks, you could afford to put moto specific oil in your bike instead of trying to save five dollars by using car oil?...I'm just sayin'
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