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Old 11-21-2019, 10:43 PM   #21
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How often do yall ride at speedsportz? I rarely ever see any other bikes there on the weekend. Not like i make it out often. Maybe once a month or so. I have never seen one of these bikes in real life. They look awesome. Would live to see one on the track. Heck i would even be pleased to get passed by one!

What kingd of laptimes do you see on the big track at speedsportz?
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Eleven Motorsports was just there showcasing their ovale fleet. You can rent one from them and buy one if you like em enough to invest in one!
You can check out all that Eleven Motorsports offers on social media too
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Really impressed by the difference with the exhaust on the dyno, that must make for huge gains in driveability! Just curious whatís it cost to make a dyno run?, Iíd be curious to know how little my 100cc Honda puts out an what I can do to make it better

Good to see getting it out on track, I have to admit o was nervous watching your vid in the neighborhood when that red car pulled up on side road.. I guess the perspective may have made it look like he was about to or could have pulled out on you.

Agree on the cold temps and tires, last time out at Katy woth TMGP was a huge difference from morning to afternoon but as warmed up could get back in the groove again and learned a lot about sliding both front and rear! Iíve been starting to see a bunch more of these at the track this past year. Next year should be lots of fun!
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Really impressed by the difference with the exhaust on the dyno, that must make for huge gains in driveability! Just curious whatís it cost to make a dyno run?, Iíd be curious to know how little my 100cc Honda puts out an what I can do to make it better

Good to see getting it out on track, I have to admit o was nervous watching your vid in the neighborhood when that red car pulled up on side road.. I guess the perspective may have made it look like he was about to or could have pulled out on you.

Agree on the cold temps and tires, last time out at Katy woth TMGP was a huge difference from morning to afternoon but as warmed up could get back in the groove again and learned a lot about sliding both front and rear! Iíve been starting to see a bunch more of these at the track this past year. Next year should be lots of fun!
It would be $50 for a few pulls on the dyno with AFR and power numbers.
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$150 for proper carb jetting and tuning session on the dyno.

Send me a PM with your email and I will send your our Tuning Q&A sheet so we can prep for your tuning session if you are interested.

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