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  • P8ntballer726

Posted September 12, 2009 - 07:10 AM

#21

do the 450 mod to it. then you can just kick it and not worry about doing the compression release. great investment. :busted:

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  • idelfs

Posted September 12, 2009 - 01:18 PM

#22

that's what i'm afraid of. that's gonna kill my starts, oh well, a 2hr race isn't won in the first ten minutes anyway :banana: love this bike so far though... looking forward to maybe doing the 450cam mod. :busted:


should have no problem starting it in gear i raced desert for 3 years and almost always got the hole shot. put it in first, hold the clutch in, bump it past tdc, and kick it through just keep the cluth held in through the whole process. :thumbsup:

  • milk

Posted September 12, 2009 - 04:14 PM

#23

should have no problem starting it in gear i raced desert for 3 years and almost always got the hole shot. put it in first, hold the clutch in, bump it past tdc, and kick it through just keep the cluth held in through the whole process. :busted:


roger that, i've been practicing 2nd gear starts :thumbsup: still probably get smoked lol :banana:





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