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$1.99 Best Mod

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What you could also do for $1.99...

Laxatives... save up to 5lbs of rider weight before each race... cheaper than the titanium subframe... :):D

Hallmark card for the wife for when you get home to thank her for letting you ride that day :D

David

[ July 23, 2002: Message edited by: yamaha. dude ]

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My EgoBail

That was free and only cost me a little Ego Embarasment and modified me attitude :D

Nah what am I talking about

Yamaha. Dude

for under two bucks, you obviuosly dont buy Hallmark, :)

traction.jpg

[ July 22, 2002: Message edited by: E.G.O.**** ]

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That is where the saying "YamahaThumb" came from. Yamaha 's came w/ an AWFUL handlebar bend!!

I used the Donuts for YEARS and YEARS and YEARS and on and on and on, and he told two friends and they told two friends, etc, etc...

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EGO.....You ride the turf like a professional Department of Agreculture soil sampler.

Thats Flat Track Racing...Right?

Bonzai :)

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Ego or whoever you are this week:razz: :)

I've heard of snow angels but, dirt angels???

T.O.P.

What and give up YamaThumb, no way :D It's the closest I'll ever get to being Hannah

Bill

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I used to use BMX donuts, but they are too small IMO. What I did to fix the problem was trace the BMX donut onto a koozie (Im sure EGO has plenty Koozies around his house LOL) and made the radius about 3/4" bigger all around. Now I have custom "motoman393 donuts" LOL

Garrett

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Best Mod for under $2.

Foam doughnuts for your grips. They save your thumb from getting rubbed raw. Most bicycle shops with BMX bikes will have them.

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ratbiker -

Nah I disagree should be only 5 points for rear wheel slider. Now 10 point maybe for a nice HighSider, would've been more entertaining.

Shows us your best HighSide routine EGO? :):D

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Ya think the pic is good, BUT WAIT! I have a video

Yehhaaaa

Notice how I get center punched by the kid on the xr80 :) Well Thast my story and Im sticking with it

May take 30 seconds to load

[ July 23, 2002: Message edited by: E.G.O.**** ]

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Just want to ride,

LOL means Laugh out Loud

or

Leak on Leg - LOL

Dave

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Or

Lust Or Love

Maybe

Loop out looser

could be

lots of lumps

BTW

I wish I had a helmet cam, that same TT track has a wide hanging sweeper, there is a 8" berm setup, all along the outer edge "NORMALLY". They had a vintage TT that weekend so I go out on it on Monday.

I hit the sweep totally side ways and locked, looking for the Berm, Uh Berm, Ohhhh Beeerrrrmmm

Oh gad this is gonna hurt, Right off the side into the weeds. I just slammed right into the tallest-fullest bush. Now that would have been a funny video....

[ July 24, 2002: Message edited by: E.G.O.**** ]

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What bout being a lawn dart in the dunes... now thats got style points.... wish i coulda got a picture of it but it was a freak accident...

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Originally posted by motoman393:

I used to use BMX donuts, but they are too small IMO. What I did to fix the problem was trace the BMX donut onto a koozie (Im sure EGO has plenty Koozies around his house LOL) and made the radius about 3/4" bigger all around. Now I have custom "motoman393 donuts" LOL

Garrett

Sheez,it's the only thing I can't find on your site!

:)

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Ego....nice video....now just exactly what technique do you use to lift the thing upright whilst still kneeling? Are you Clark Kent ?

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