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Old 06-16-2008, 03:08 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by kawi jm View Post
On my SV I can hold it to the transition... past it. I've also wrecked in T1 getting to that point. I now know how far not to hold it
ďA manís got to know his limitationsĒ-Clint Eastwood.
ďToo easy, faster, still not fast enough, more!Ö
Er, um that musta been it, the lap before I crashed.Ē-Randy
How ya gunna know your limits if you donít exceed them?

No worries though, I wonít be thinking about holding squat to shat until I get plenty comfortable on this track.
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