Pat's Acres 5-26-2012 Practice Vid

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  1. shelbyguy

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    great vid.
    tune is catchy....love it

    pic of your helmet rig?
     
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  3. shelbyguy

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    killer.


    thanks for the motivation.
     
  4. What're ya putting your foot out on asphalt for?
     
  5. Looks like a lot of fun! really sad i had to miss out on it. Il probably look for a practice next weekend.
     
  6. Man i wish i could of made it out.....

    Foot out... more weight on the front tire...and well thier isnt room for the foot on the pegs when the pegs fold up from scraping the ground
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  7. I think even I could drag those peg sliders crackup:

    Cool vid that place dose look like fun
     
  8. Fun vid :mfclap:

    I do like that mount you made ;) I need to make one now hehe.



    Ohhhh Jack... you missed to fun today :nana You missed my 4.5 highside crackup:
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    Ohhhhhhhh.. foot out for cooolness factor hehe
     
  9. Hope all is well debi




    Now seriously... video of crash??
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  10. Plans on being to next race if no dirt class or race
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  11. shelbyguy

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    if timing is spot on, lets work it out to carpool
     
  12. Done.....let me know.. next race is on the 17th i believe
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    I'm still learnin :thefinge: besides, those sliders were $2 :mrgreen: Beats payin out the patoot for actual sliders.

    Glad you all like the "face view". It takes a little getting used to. I was banging my GoPro all over the place when i was getting ready to go... kind of annoying. Like being drunk w/ a baseball hat on. Regardless - makes for some sick video.
    Next project is a swivel mount :devil:
     
  14. I had forgot to turn mine on but Pat got it on Vid crackup:

    Be there anyway.... dirt or no dirt you are going :nana

    Soooooooooo. Are you going next month ????? :scratchea

    You should have stayed for Sunday too :nana
     
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    yeah yeah....
     
  16. Well... you should have and you would have seen my ultra stylish crash crackup:
     
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    glad you're OK - :sunny:
     
  18. TY.... just a black left eye and bruising on my left side of my face, Oh and whole lwft side of my body but nothing broken but my helmet hehe :evil4:

    Now for Patrick to send me the vid of it I will post the Cow tipping crackup:
     
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    Cool beans :)


    I couldn't see if you were doing this in the video or not, but I saw some advice in an MX column about not needing to clutch on the downshifting as the transmission isn't under much load... which I thought was odd and I was puzzled coming from street bikes where clutching and blipping is essential.

    Anyways, I tried it out riding the MX track and have been using it a ton ever since. It downshifts pretty buttery without the clutch coming into berms and what not.

    Not sure if that has any practical application in sumo, but I figured I'd share what I read :)
     
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