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Old 07-22-2005, 10:20 AM   #21
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Re: the machines we ride

Guru mode on "The true power lies within the sole of the rider, The wrist is but its channel"

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Old 07-22-2005, 10:31 AM   #22
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I ride an 05 gixxer 1k, who is faster than me?

*raises hand* That would be me. *:biggthumpup: * j/k, you'd probably outride me on this big heavy thing, it's slow.... really. *So who wants to race?
I will race you guys at TWS (Texas World Speedway) any time you are up for it. I am assuming you wanted to race in a closed track environment? *

And that is my 600 up against yah..... *
Well, I was reffering to my bike, but I don't mind handing anyone thier on a plate either. I'm thinking of doing the next track day. You should join us for a ride to Fayettville someday.
What group will you be riding with at the next track day and what kind of lap times are you posting on that monster?
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Old 07-22-2005, 10:43 AM   #23
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and... I only do the Fayetville run with one guy. right:
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Old 07-22-2005, 10:56 AM   #24
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Re: the machines we ride

Well, when my flux capacitor is properly fluxing, the muffler bearings are rotating smoothly, and the K9 Pee fluid doesn't get to hot, I do alright for white guy. I really have to keep an eye on that flux capacitor though. It really becomes distracting after a few laps.
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Old 07-22-2005, 11:03 AM   #25
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Well, when my flux capacitor is properly fluxing, the muffler bearings are rotating smoothly, and the K9 Pee fluid doesn't get to hot, I do alright for white guy. I really have to keep an eye on that flux capacitor though. It really becomes distracting after a few laps.
Most of us ditch all that factory for the track..... so what group and what times? You will need to be riding in A group if you want to learn me a few things around the track. right:

Just looking for some fun.... this is by no means hostille... it is hard to tell sometimes without facial expressions and tone.
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Old 07-22-2005, 01:45 PM   #26
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clarification, before all the haters comment on this, i dont support the triple digits on open roads lol...
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clarification, before all the haters comment on this, i dont support the triple digits on open roads lol...
U trying to run that old tired Jedi Mind trick again??
lol before they start twisting my words around , no for real im a safe driver lol...
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Old 07-22-2005, 02:50 PM   #28
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so when r u guyz planning to make a small, fun race day out of this track day. on 29th at TWS (Texas World Speedway)? i would come to see u guyz take a go at it only if it were a sat/sun. :-(

and maybe, I would join in after 2-3 months, have some fun myself, who knows...
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Old 07-22-2005, 02:53 PM   #29
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so when r u guyz planning to make a small, fun race day out of this track day. on 29th at TWS (Texas World Speedway)? i would come to see u guyz take a go at it only if it were a sat/sun. :-(

and maybe, I would join in after 2-3 months, have some fun myself, who knows...
I will not be at the 29th track day... I am prepping the bike for racing after the shoot this Sunday. I will be attending the rest of them this year though... so yes I am up for using one of the sessions to play around. Most of us do this anyways, just not as aggresively as the race day would be. It is the best way to learn. right:
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so when r u guyz planning to make a small, fun race day out of this track day. on 29th at TWS (Texas World Speedway)? i would come to see u guyz take a go at it only if it were a sat/sun. :-(

and maybe, I would join in after 2-3 months, have some fun myself, who knows...
I will not be at the 29th track day... I am prepping the bike for racing after the shoot this Sunday. I will be attending the rest of them this year though... so yes I am up for using one of the sessions to play around. Most of us do this anyways, just not as aggresively as the race day would be. It is the best way to learn.* right:
Ill be there the 29th... and the 30th.. and the 31st . I'd be down for a little friendly race . If yall wanna ride the A group that is. right:
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Its the feeling of superiority, the feeling of others on the road being lesser mortals that just catches up one day, its not the machine.......
It has never been the machine, just like it was never the gun that killed. There is a learning curve to all things in life. There are lucky people and not so lucky people. Riding a motorcylce is like having a crash credit card in your pocket at all times. When you max your credit you fall, so check your balance often.

Congrats on your new ride. Read and learn as much as you can because this will bridge the gap easier and make you one of the lucky people.

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