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Old 02-24-2008, 09:48 PM   #21
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Dude, that rear sprocket is the sickness. It looks bigger than your wheel! Schweet.
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so the lady at the track (msr) said I couldn't stunt in the empty parking lot... so I paid for the track day so I could ride...

thought I was gona be riding in the noob group and going really slow. but after 1 session, I took it to the intermediate group. 2nd to the last session I had a lap timer....

MSRH, clockwise, stunt bike, 6th GRAR THE WHOLE WAY!!! DID NOT SHIFT ONCE, hard compound street tires, suspension that was not set up at all, dirt bike handle bars, and a top speed of 120.

and rolled a steady 1:55-157 going threw traffic.

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that was fun. can't wait to get the gsxr back out there. i'm aiming at 1:45
Both you and Ralph are picking it up quick, good job today
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Old 02-25-2008, 12:26 AM   #23
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Old 02-25-2008, 12:35 AM   #24
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Had to follow him around in the newb session... end was steppin' out all over the place with those hard tires and massive torque!

And then he went faster... IMPRESSIVE DOOD!
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Had to follow him around in the newb session... end was steppin' out all over the place with those hard tires and massive torque!

And then he went faster... IMPRESSIVE DOOD!
man i didnt know you were... you.. haha. good seeing you.

and ya, the end had alittle wobble to it, no biggie
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so the lady at the track (msr) said I couldn't stunt in the empty parking lot... so I paid for the track day so I could ride...

thought I was gona be riding in the noob group and going really slow. but after 1 session, I took it to the intermediate group. 2nd to the last session I had a lap timer....

MSRH, clockwise, stunt bike, 6th GRAR THE WHOLE WAY!!! DID NOT SHIFT ONCE, hard compound street tires, suspension that was not set up at all, dirt bike handle bars, and a top speed of 120.

and rolled a steady 1:55-157 going threw traffic.

:not:



that was fun. can't wait to get the gsxr back out there. i'm aiming at 1:45
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Yea he did. I was his instructor for a few laps. Held a very nice n steady line. Acceleration on that bike is prolly equal to my REPSOL!!!

Only issue I had was....passing his bike for tech.
Had I not known the fugger I'd prolly have not passed the bike...
thats more the reason to not pass it.
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thats more the reason to not pass it.
but dood, its all good

my hand brake was the only questionable item.
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so the lady at the track (msr) said I couldn't stunt in the empty parking lot... so I paid for the track day so I could ride...

thought I was gona be riding in the noob group and going really slow. but after 1 session, I took it to the intermediate group. 2nd to the last session I had a lap timer....

MSRH, clockwise, stunt bike, 6th GRAR THE WHOLE WAY!!! DID NOT SHIFT ONCE, hard compound street tires, suspension that was not set up at all, dirt bike handle bars, and a top speed of 120.

and rolled a steady 1:55-157 going threw traffic.

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that was fun. can't wait to get the gsxr back out there. i'm aiming at 1:45
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u wanna try out the stunt bike? its like a fat heavy motard with bad handling.
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u wanna try out the stunt bike? its like a fat heavy motard with bad handling.


sure... ill give it ! u mite wanna put sum real gearing on it first
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i'll be bringing it out to all the track days I do. I can't change the gearing though. only got 1 chain and that sprocket. part of the challenge is having to corner that beast good enough to make up for time lost on the straights.



oh and BTW, for those that saw me on the side of the track that last session.... this is what happened.

i'm and idiot.

stunt bike with dented tank only holds like 2 gallons and some change.... and it was pinned for 1/2 the track, so it wasn't getting great millage... so ya, I ran out of gas. and then while I was sitting by the diamonds edge in the grass I left my key on, and the battery died. 2 stupid mistakes at once.

and one more BTW, I don't know how much it matters, but the stunt bike runs on the cheap gas.
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hey... all things considered looks like you still did good out there clayton... good job...
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a few yrs ago, when furr was chic for stunters i saw a few furred bikes at TWS (Texas World Speedway)
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Ha ha ha, someone should bring the fur back...

J/K I want to go out there with a naked 636 and give it a go.
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hey... all things considered looks like you still did good out there clayton... good job...
I got the bug again. I can't wait to get the gsxr out there. its gona be sick.
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Ha ha ha, someone should bring the fur back...

J/K I want to go out there with a naked 636 and give it a go.
all my bikes are naked. track street and stunt. its the way to go!!!
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your sprockets are huge, and lap time was pretty dam good, first time on track?
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