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post #11 of 70 Old 12-11-2012, 07:10 PM
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Nice!...you racing AFM? if so I might be out there with you next year.
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Nice!...you racing AFM? if so I might be out there with you next year.
After many years of wanting to try it, next year is the year. Goals are just to finish Did you race last year?
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Mighty fine job there guy!!
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post #14 of 70 Old 12-11-2012, 08:07 PM
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After many years of wanting to try it, next year is the year. Goals are just to finish Did you race last year?
I raced with TTP in nevada the last couple years but I'm planning to do AFM next year if I can get my finances in order. Hope to see ya out there.
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very nice! Looks great. One thought.... If you plan on changing out your tires a lot, it might be easier to put the safety wire through some tubing and use a clip through the caliper bolts. It just makes it super easy to take on and off and you don't have to redo it everytime.

Bike looks great, I do this same thing on all my safety wire but i use the yellow tygon tubing they use for fuel tubing for r/c cars and lawn mowers. Its really flexible and keeps the wire from rubbing other stuff.

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Thanks. The gpr I got from u worked out great.
good to hear. if ya need any spares, let me know. i got a few parts left.

one question. any sensors hooked up to the gpx yet?


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What did you use to mount the GPX? I have the same on and I like the way you mounted it. Is it really sturdy?
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Nice! Mine is almost ready.
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Bike in action at last track day of the year.
Nice pic!
You guys are racing West coast?
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Nice,

Is that Hotbodies new bodywork with the gelcoat red?

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