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Old 10-17-2013, 01:04 PM   #526
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Old 10-17-2013, 02:16 PM   #527
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Boas pessoal! Hoje fui o sexto a arrancar, entrei bem na especial, impus o meu ritmo e consegui vencer! Faltam duas etapas e quero manter-me concentrado para evitar erros que possam comprometer o resultado. Abraço
Good guys! Today was the sixth to be grubbed up, entered right in particular had placed my rhythm and I was able to win! Two more steps and I want to keep me focused to avoid mistakes that may compromise the result. Hug (Translated by Bing)





Is it just this photo or does the exhaust not protected by the sump guard?


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Old 10-17-2013, 02:45 PM   #528
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same here...
maybe to avoid fuel overheating

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Old 10-17-2013, 04:08 PM   #529
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Is it just this photo or does the exhaust not protected by the sump guard?


Thank to everyone for all the updates

Looking at the earlier photos it appeared that the bash plate was molded around the exhaust header.
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Old 10-17-2013, 04:32 PM   #530
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What a last 2 days this promises to be

Speedy 2.40 ahead of Coma and Barreda wedged between. Speedy leads off today and Coma second, so by the end of the day expect Coma to have made up the 2 mins, but still be the 40 secs down.

Barreda starts 7th, so if he continues like he has should win the stage; meanwhile Sam and Chalico run on to fight for 4th and 5th

That would put speedy behind Coma on the last day start and Barreda off first - so, if that's the case Speedy should finish ahead of Coma and will have the 3 points he needs and the title will be shared - that is unless Barreda holds back and splits them, or Helder or Sam manages to do the same

I can't imagine Chaleco would, but of course many other things could happen, after all it's rally, but what an end to the season and an appetite whetter for Dakar

Oh, forgot - we have Mergouza next week first

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Old 10-17-2013, 04:48 PM   #531
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Is it just this photo or does the exhaust not protected by the sump guard?


Thank to everyone for all the updates
It looks to me like it is and isn't all at the same time, just depends on which part you are referring to.





I can't seem to post it here but look at this page (http://www.teamhrc.com/team-hrc/news...17%2F10%2F2013).

At the bottom are pictures, and if you find #94 out of #149 you can see a decent overhead view of the exhaust routing. When I get home from work I'll see if I can post it here.
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Old 10-17-2013, 05:25 PM   #532
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At the bottom are pictures, and if you find #94 out of #149 you can see a decent overhead view of the exhaust routing..
This #94 one?


#92 shows the header:

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Old 10-17-2013, 05:40 PM   #533
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I down't get it...?
He seems to have lost his alien super powers and is slipping into mere superstar status. We are witnessing the transition to a new era in moto rally racing.
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Old 10-17-2013, 06:28 PM   #534
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He seems to have lost his alien super powers and is slipping into mere superstar status. We are witnessing the transition to a new era in moto rally racing.
Who?
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This #94 one?

#92 shows the header:
Awesome! Thanks. Those were the two I was going for.
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Old 10-17-2013, 06:52 PM   #536
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#92 shows the header:

That header looks mass produced.
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Old 10-17-2013, 07:40 PM   #537
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Old 10-17-2013, 09:15 PM   #538
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Stage 5 : From Erg Chebbi to Oued El Mader

Stage 5 : From Erg Chebbi to Oued El Mader
Liaison : 14km
Selective sector : 310km
Liaison : 25km

The fifth stage is the longest and most varied of the rally. A winding track between the hills will lead participants to a beautiful palm grove. Photographers and spectators will be gathered waiting for you at the top of the palm grove. Then the descent of the oued will take you along the Erg Chebbi. As you approach the village of Merdani, you will cross the majestic and famous dunes of Erg Chebbi from east to west to reach the service in Merzouga. The final tracks are simple but technical and care should be taken whilst navigating through the many parallel tracks to the end.

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Old 10-17-2013, 09:36 PM   #539
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Who?
The orange kool-aid has definately been a big part of the package in the past... now he is on the blue juice - remains to be seen if it proves to be a new power source... or his kryptonite?

The alien orange farm has some new troops coming through the ranks... even if they don't represent the armada-like force they once did.

Or will a new superhero emerge from the red power rangers team...?

It's like marvel vs DC comics around here lately...
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Did anyone happen to hear why the start was postponed yesterday?
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