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Old 03-27-2008, 04:10 PM   #21
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no, no....I'm perfectly happy with the youngster I have



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I keeed, I keeed...Morgan reminds me of a little brother I wish I had
I think that is what makes him a special person...I've always got compliments on him throughout the racing and private community....thanks
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Old 03-27-2008, 04:57 PM   #22
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I love Morgan, too! Great job on raising your son right! I rode with him a few times and I watched him ride the track- he's made for it!

Do you ride? Did he learn from you?
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I am more then positive at any given moment you need help with anything anyone on this board would be more then willing to lend a hand. Only got to meet Morgan a couple times before he left but he deffinatly seems like a cool dude. I guess we can all assume what he days are going to be spent doing during leave or breaks.
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What the word from morgan?!?!? Has he called home yet??
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Old 03-27-2008, 05:32 PM   #25
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What the word from morgan?!?!? Has he called home yet??
No, has not called home,,,only been gone 10 days,,sure they r keepin thumbs on him...but he's not really one to write or call when he's focus in getting things done
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No, has not called home,,,only been gone 10 days,,sure they r keepin thumbs on him...but he's not really one to write or call when he's focus in getting things done
Yeah thats understandable......so when we gonna take a look at that bike??
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Old 03-27-2008, 05:40 PM   #27
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I love Morgan, too! Great job on raising your son right! I rode with him a few times and I watched him ride the track- he's made for it!

Do you ride? Did he learn from you?
Long time ago....I'm 60 now and all I ever did was to watch him in what his interest was and to support him and put him in company that supported that interest...if he wanted to be a jock then he would have been in the company of jocks....just glad he turned out to be a racer at heart...up to him now that he's left the nest
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Met Morgan at the GSS open house. Seems like he's got his head screwed on straight. Real nice kid. You did a good job with him and I'm sure he'll make us all proud serving his country now with the USAF.
As far as getting the bike ready to go, all you need to do is pull all the stock plastics & lights off and order a good set of body work and fairing stay. Attack makes some nice stuff that fits well from what I've seen.
Motorcycles Unlimited can get you fixed up and even save you the headache of mounting if you don't want to mess with it yourself.
Just spray paint yourself or bring it to Tony(Houseofpain) for the sexy track paint.
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Not braggin but he has live the past 5 yrs 30" off the track. He rode with you at M & G's but told me it's the track were he wants to ride...just in his blood now and has done everything and won everything in karting so this is his next challenge. He low sided the bike on the last track day and tore up the plastics so I'll have to turn it into a track bike. Hope I can get some help here on doing it.
I met ya out out at his going away party(the guy in one of the pics with your wide and sister in law) Just let me know if you need help with the bike at all, and I'll be happy to help. knows I've done my fair share of taking mine apart, fixing it, and putting it back together.
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I met ya out out at his going away party(the guy in one of the pics with your wide and sister in law) Just let me know if you need help with the bike at all, and I'll be happy to help. knows I've done my fair share of taking mine apart, fixing it, and putting it back together.
that u David??? Hey tring to make time with my wife huh....thanks for the offer will need it down the line....If for nothing else drink some and have good company
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Met Morgan at the GSS open house. Seems like he's got his head screwed on straight. Real nice kid. You did a good job with him and I'm sure he'll make us all proud serving his country now with the USAF.
As far as getting the bike ready to go, all you need to do is pull all the stock plastics & lights off and order a good set of body work and fairing stay. Attack makes some nice stuff that fits well from what I've seen.
Motorcycles Unlimited can get you fixed up and even save you the headache of mounting if you don't want to mess with it yourself.
Just spray paint yourself or bring it to Tony(Houseofpain) for the sexy track paint.
Saw some sharkskizn on ebay but what I've read you need headers and not the stock
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Old 03-27-2008, 06:41 PM   #32
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Yeah thats understandable......so when we gonna take a look at that bike??
Have ta work tomorrow nite and 3 more....wed. thrus. and fri. are good for the day ...let me know
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that u David??? Hey tring to make time with my wife huh....thanks for the offer will need it down the line....If for nothing else drink some and have good company


Yep. You got Stacy though, and I was feeling left out.


As for the drinking part, I can do that.
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Old 03-27-2008, 06:59 PM   #34
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Yep. You got Stacy though, and I was feeling left out.


As for the drinking part, I can do that.
Poor baby .... we'll have to get together with some of the others and figure out a plan...just no gals ....hear that Marsha
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Old 03-27-2008, 07:04 PM   #35
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I met ya out out at his going away party(the guy in one of the pics with your wide and sister in law) Just let me know if you need help with the bike at all, and I'll be happy to help. knows I've done my fair share of taking mine apart, fixing it, and putting it back together.
What's this wide stuff????? r u calling my wife fat????
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Saw some sharkskizn on ebay but what I've read you need headers and not the stock
That's true for all brands of race body work.

Attack is the best stuff made, better than Sharkskinz. Cycleskins is on-par with Attack as far as fit and construction, but it takes more finishing to get it smooth whereas the Attack comes pretty much ready to paint.

Cycleskins also costs $250 less than Attack, and about $400 less than Sharkskinz. Personally, I'd get the Cycleskins and spend the money you save on extra bits for the bike.
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Old 03-27-2008, 07:36 PM   #37
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That's true for all brands of race body work.

Attack is the best stuff made, better than Sharkskinz. Cycleskins is on-par with Attack as far as fit and construction, but it takes more finishing to get it smooth whereas the Attack comes pretty much ready to paint.

Cycleskins also costs $250 less than Attack, and about $400 less than Sharkskinz. Personally, I'd get the Cycleskins and spend the money you save on extra bits for the bike.
Thanks will look into it....just saw some sharskinz on ebay for sale .... I have pretty much everything to get it paint ready...use to be a Snapon dealer
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The D and the F key are right next to each other, total typo.
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The D and the F key are right next to each other, total typo.
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