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Old 05-29-2009, 08:21 PM   #41
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Old 05-31-2009, 10:25 PM   #42
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Moe, you guys are taking this mini stuff WAY too seriously!!!
Yes we are.

Just an update for all -.....

- We finished 1st in F5 and 1st Overall...(22 teams)...Endurance
- I finished 1st three times, 2nd once...Sprints

- C16 worked great mixed with Motul 32:1, no motor issues. Reliable torque/power every where, no bogging/ignition issues.

However we will be lowering the compression/backing of the timing a bit and testing some more with U4.2.

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Old 05-31-2009, 10:31 PM   #43
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I think your bike was even in acceleration with ours, and we ran pump 93 from the LUVs with royal purple 32:1. I'm 185 lbs, and had no trouble hangin with you on the gas on the main straight with identical gearing.

Your first place came cause you only pitted twice, with your teammate running 3 hours of the race, because you didn't break down, and cause ya'll know the Katy track well and ride fast and smooth. I'd say your c16 is a waste of money, but maybe it's good for your race day confidence.
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Yes we are.

Just an update for all -.....

- We finished 1st in F5 and 1st Overall...(22 teams)...Endurance
- I finished 1st three times, 2nd once...Sprints

- C16 worked great mixed with Motul 32:1, no motor issues. Reliable torque/power every where, no bogging/ignition issues.

However we will be lowering the compression/backing of the timing a bit and testing some more with U4.2.

Thanks for all the help/education
i don't think oxygenated fuel is allowed in TMGP.
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MOTARD CLASS RULES
The Motard class will be open to carburetor, engine, frame and suspension modifications providing they
do not exceed the specifications listed herein.
1. Up to 80cc 2-strokes and 125cc 4-strokes
2. No GP frames. Excluded frames are but not limited to YSR, NS, NSR, Ride Smart, or TZ
3. Road tires must be used.
4. The use of oxygen enriched fuel additives is prohibited.
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Old 06-01-2009, 07:59 AM   #47
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I think your bike was even in acceleration with ours, and we ran pump 93 from the LUVs with royal purple 32:1. I'm 185 lbs, and had no trouble hangin with you on the gas on the main straight with identical gearing.

Your first place came cause you only pitted twice, with your teammate running 3 hours of the race, because you didn't break down, and cause ya'll know the Katy track well and ride fast and smooth. I'd say your c16 is a waste of money, but maybe it's good for your race day confidence.
3 HOURS?!?! hOlY !!! Who was his teamate? Fabian Saldana...
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I think your bike was even in acceleration with ours, and we ran pump 93 from the LUVs with royal purple 32:1. I'm 185 lbs, and had no trouble hangin with you on the gas on the main straight with identical gearing.

Your first place came cause you only pitted twice, with your teammate running 3 hours of the race, because you didn't break down, and cause ya'll know the Katy track well and ride fast and smooth. I'd say your c16 is a waste of money, but maybe it's good for your race day confidence.
Hence... we will be testing/tuning with other stuff... (U4.2).
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Old 06-01-2009, 12:04 PM   #49
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3 HOURS?!?! hOlY !!! Who was his teamate? Fabian Saldana...
Damon Harvey #65.

Our Goal was for us to do only 1 pit stop. Him ride two hours, then me ride two hours.

All that went to when at my 1 Hour 5 Minute mark I got hit by a falling/sliding bike which hit my left shoulder and took it out of its socket. I tried staying in there for the whole time, but riding with a dislocated shoulder is not fun, specially when you lose all feel.... so I had to pit and Damon Harvey # 65 had to go out again and complete the last 50-55 minutes of the race.

If my calculations are right, we would have still finished 1st (with my 50s) but on the same lap as HiZoot. With Damon doing the last 50-55 minutes (with his 48s) we came 1st but gained a lap on HiZoot.

As far as overall points go we're now 2nd out of 10 teams.

Looks like the shoulder recovery - yet again continues.
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MOTARD CLASS RULES
The Motard class will be open to carburetor, engine, frame and suspension modifications providing they
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1. Up to 80cc 2-strokes and 125cc 4-strokes
2. No GP frames. Excluded frames are but not limited to YSR, NS, NSR, Ride Smart, or TZ
3. Road tires must be used.
4. The use of oxygen enriched fuel additives is prohibited.
Umm... I must have overlooked that rule.

Oh well its a good thing the 30 minutes protest rule is there...
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Old 06-02-2009, 10:20 AM   #51
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MOTARD CLASS RULES
The Motard class will be open to carburetor, engine, frame and suspension modifications providing they
do not exceed the specifications listed herein.
1. Up to 80cc 2-strokes and 125cc 4-strokes
2. No GP frames. Excluded frames are but not limited to YSR, NS, NSR, Ride Smart, or TZ
3. Road tires must be used.
4. The use of oxygen enriched fuel additives is prohibited.
Okay. I confirmd. The C16 I was using did NOT have any oxygen ENRICHED fuel additives.

It was legal... quit making me feel guilty foo!
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