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Old November 20th @ 08:22 pm   #21
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From: summerlin
Must be nice!!! Congrats!!

 
 
Old November 21st @ 10:48 am   #22
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From: Vegas

Motorcycle: 2007 GSXR-750
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What weight oil did you use? It's just a tad stiff for me.
Not to get side tracked but how often do you change the oil in the damper?
 
 
Old November 21st @ 11:09 am   #23
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

Motorcycle: 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa LE/2007 Suzuki GSXR600/2000 Honda CBR600F4
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Must be nice!!! Congrats!!
Thanks man... it's not an RSV4, but it will do!

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Not to get side tracked but how often do you change the oil in the damper?
The factory dampers usually have 10w oil in them... along with some air. So a lot of peeps replace the oil and ensure that there's no air in the damper. This helps the damper work more like a stiffer, non-adjustable aftermarket unit. But too stiff and you lose feedback from the front end. (as well as the ability to perform low-speed parking lot maneuvers)
 
 
Old December 2nd @ 02:10 pm   #24
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From: The Devil's Playground

Motorcycle: Shift Red 2005 Yamaha YZF-R1
Eric...

Very nice ride...however, was this the one you took out to the trackday this past Sunday? I didn't get a chance (with the school and all) to see what damage happened to the bike you were riding.

I'm just glad you're okay..that's what matters. However, very pretty ride to say the least.
 
 
Old December 2nd @ 02:22 pm   #25
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

Motorcycle: 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa LE/2007 Suzuki GSXR600/2000 Honda CBR600F4
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Eric...

Very nice ride...however, was this the one you took out to the trackday this past Sunday? I didn't get a chance (with the school and all) to see what damage happened to the bike you were riding.

I'm just glad you're okay..that's what matters. However, very pretty ride to say the least.
Yep... same bike. The crash damage was minor, though. A few small scratches on the bar end, lever, brake pedal (bent as well), and exhaust. And a two-inch crack on the right fairing. As much as I think "leave it as is", I will probably end up buying some replacement parts... and race plastics.
 
 
Old December 2nd @ 02:30 pm   #26
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
Yeah you really cant see the damage unless you are staring right at it. Gives the bike some character =D
 
 
Old December 2nd @ 11:03 pm   #27
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From: north las vegas

Motorcycle: kawasaki ninja 650r 2008 lots of mods
nice new bike sorry that i have not made it to any of the events but with me, but i have been in& out of the hospital 5 times an this last saturday injured my left knee and i may have to have surgery on it. i have to se and ortho doc. tomorrow my knee
 
 
Old December 3rd @ 02:19 am   #28
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From: Tatooine

Motorcycle: a jet
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nice new bike sorry that i have not made it to any of the events but with me, but i have been in& out of the hospital 5 times an this last saturday injured my left knee and i may have to have surgery on it. i have to se and ortho doc. tomorrow my knee
Man, nothing hurts like knee surgery.

Except for shoulder surgery.
 
 
Old December 3rd @ 10:25 pm   #29
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From: The Devil's Playground

Motorcycle: Shift Red 2005 Yamaha YZF-R1
Big E...I figured it was fairly minor because I couldn't even tell which bike had rash on it when you were back in the pits. So, that's a good thing.

However, you sound like me...I'll say I won't fix it, but it'll drive me nuts until I fix it. LOL

But glad you're alright and the bike still looks very nice. Just look at it as battle scars.
 
 

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