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Old 02-18-2009, 02:11 PM   #21
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this should be good. man i need to find someone that will let me run sprints on their bike.
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I think Moe is stuffed in Rossi's old leathers...lol

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Old 02-18-2009, 02:54 PM   #25
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yeah i am a expert racer in cmra. finished top 5 in all my classes. ssb, sbb, ssc. on a r6. but i would love to be put in as a novice. i mean i have never been on a mini. c'mon guys i cant be too fast. lol to be honest i have never even seen a tmgp race or a mini race. but seems like a blast. so far it has been. my nephew raced jr motard last year on a ttr90 but we got him a 65 too so we will just have to see how it goes. pretty excited to do the mini thing just feel like a newbie all over again since i know so much about big bikes but nothing about the small ones. anyways thanks for all the help guys and im really looking forward to meeeting everybody at the track. already got to ride with moe once and it was beyond a blast. he really showed me the way around the place. now i just need to get faster. let me know when anybody goes to the track bc i am down to go everyday if possible. lol especially since i have to start out expert
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yeah i am a expert racer in cmra. finished top 5 in all my classes. ssb, sbb, ssc. on a r6. but i would love to be put in as a novice. i mean i have never been on a mini. c'mon guys i cant be too fast. lol to be honest i have never even seen a tmgp race or a mini race. but seems like a blast. so far it has been. my nephew raced jr motard last year on a ttr90 but we got him a 65 too so we will just have to see how it goes. pretty excited to do the mini thing just feel like a newbie all over again since i know so much about big bikes but nothing about the small ones. anyways thanks for all the help guys and im really looking forward to meeeting everybody at the track. already got to ride with moe once and it was beyond a blast. he really showed me the way around the place. now i just need to get faster. let me know when anybody goes to the track bc i am down to go everyday if possible. lol especially since i have to start out expert
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I think Moe is stuffed in Rossi's old leathers...lol

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That's a good one...

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not doing CMRA?
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No, I'm only doing CMRA big bike endurance...

CMRA mini racing is a rip off in my opinion. For same amount I can do a whole days worth 5-6 sprints with TMGP.
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Old 02-18-2009, 03:19 PM   #30
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cool, well hopefully I will get to dice it up with ya on the TMGP tracks...i really want to race denton again.
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im going to try and make it sat morning but cant be positive. we are putting on a big event at our dragstrip so i kinda gotta be there to work. but i may can get there early. i will let you know asap
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ok i have read the rule book back and forth trying to figure it out but im pretty sure im right when i say i can remove the stock airbox on the 65 and just use the kind that mounts right on the carb? somebody please correct me if im wrong. will i still be able to run the classes moe has listed above? hanks guys for dealing with the newbie
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yeah i already have the membership at katy just nobody to ride with. and suspension is the only thing i havent done. thats the next thing on my list
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i think im finally done with the bike!!!! spent the day making a gsxr 750 shock fit the bike. already had heavier springs put in the forks and thicker fluid. 2.15 front with 2.5 rear. decided to go with the dunlop 92 tires. it had a fmf exhaust already and now the bike has a uni filter. i have been to katy 3 times and i think i have my gearing right on. bark busters already on the bike. have several rear sprockets and fronts. made some swingarm sliders for the bike. can anybody think of anything else i might do for the bike??? hope to be at katy tomorrow afternoon to see how it all works. thanks for all the help with the ?s i had.
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i think im finally done with the bike!!!! spent the day making a gsxr 750 shock fit the bike. already had heavier springs put in the forks and thicker fluid. 2.15 front with 2.5 rear. decided to go with the dunlop 92 tires. it had a fmf exhaust already and now the bike has a uni filter. i have been to katy 3 times and i think i have my gearing right on. bark busters already on the bike. have several rear sprockets and fronts. made some swingarm sliders for the bike. can anybody think of anything else i might do for the bike??? hope to be at katy tomorrow afternoon to see how it all works. thanks for all the help with the ?s i had.
Do you have a membership to the Katy Track?

If so, dude invite me out. I need some time out there!
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yeah i have a membership but i dont know how that works with taking somebody. i wanna go and ride with somebody else so i can get practice
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yep got her safety wired too!!! man im dying to know when the first race is
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Hey Thomas,

I won't be able to make Saturday - turns out I got myself a full ride for CMRA Mini Endurance, so I'll be at Oak Hill on Saturday.

No worries though when I come back, I'll post up for next weekend, then you can come and we can dice it up again.

Best of luck with the Saturday strip races.
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