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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by leonphelps, Aug 1, 2008.
I squeeze garden weeds and make my own
Personnaly if your not an A rider or Grahm Jarvis I doubt anyone would even notice the diffrence Ive tried both I know I cant So I simply go for looks
What about air pressure?
Air pressure I can tell the difference I never run more than 10 and usually prefer it around 8
I don't know. My bike came full of oil and is only down a few hundred CCs.
Same front and rear?Extra heavy duty tubes to avoid pinching?
yes and yes.
I was always told buy the widest the bike could handle. Funny how you think you got a good handle on some things and then realize you don't know shit! Oh well!
Anybody got a lead on someone who can make patches?
I just put a new tube in
No, I want to have a patch made up for a Jersey. I have the design but want it imposed onto an embroidered patch.
Something tells me ac717 is a couch racer. Not that Im calling myself a racer, but he doesn't provide any empirical evidence to his claim. For all we know, he is a rubber farmer. Getting rich off all y'all who buy wider-than-necessary tires.
Next physics question- when going around a corner in a car (assuming perfect 50/50 front/back and side/side weight distribution, same tire pressures, suspension pressure, tire brand/type, etc), which wheels do the majority of the work- inside or outside?
Hint- if you ski or ice-skate, you may know based on which foot is easier to lift given proper technique.
Im not going on what he said I just quotedhim beacuse it was the first link I could find to that point of view
I was just funnin with you
People in this area have been using 120's since . . . . well..... I can remember. They are just right.
I am about to put a Pirelli Trials on the 450....
Tomorrow Saturday April 13, 2013
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10:00 - 11:00 Meet & greet (coffee and donuts)
11:00 - 11:20 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
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1:00 - 3:00 Lunch
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Rich Schlacter - *Two-time AMA F1 Roadracing Champion (1979 and 1980). F1 was the premier class in AMA Roadracing before Superbike. F1 was a prototype class like what we now call MotoGP, Superbike is a production based class. Following his two AMA F1 titles, Rich moved on to race European Grand Prix. In short, Mr. Schlacter was one of America's best and brightest road racers of his era.
Paul Pelland - A man with MS, a motorcycle, a million miles. That is the quest of a long-distance rider and Guinness World Record Holder Paul Pelland. Someone*once was told Paul a cure for MS was a million miles away, "I figured I would just go get it and bring it back".
Back to page three? I've never seen that here before... lol
I just changed the oil, rear brake pads, and bled the line - just in case things get crazy on Sunday.
I'm just really amazed on how great that bike's been, other than the electric start that is. But all in all, that bike really runs awesome and I couldn't be happier with it. So glad I got a new KTM. The RFS 400exc I had was just about as awesome though.
I hope I didn't post this one here yet. This picture shows my new ATV handlebars well, Raptor bend. I love it. I'm getting another set for my 990.
Did you get the starter issue fixed?
Have you tightened the torque converter and made sure the auto decompression is installed correctly? Each were issues with the '08 and caused the electric starter to not work.
I did fix the torque limiter. It does crank over now, just not very strongly. It starts ok when it's warm but I think a new battery would make it better. I'll look into the decompression and check that, I haven't heard that one. More often than not, it starts on the first or second kick when I have to do that.
WTF is torque converter? I still got my buddy's 525EXC and even with new battery it does not crank more than once... I hate kicking it!