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BBrown626

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OK. I have my first couple mods planned out. After work tomorrow I am going to Perris Raceway to remove the sharp edges from the tires and take some of the weight out of the gas tank. :ride::ride::lol:

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I wished I could do the same also.......But we have so much snow still on the ground here and it is about 20 degrees out so it will be a little while til i get to ride.

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I wished I could do the same also.......But we have so much snow still on the ground here and it is about 20 degrees out so it will be a little while til i get to ride.

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Did you change your pipe already?

I read a few posts here about aftermarket opening up top end a little. My policy on replacing pipes is to wait until you destroy the one you have now. I race, but that sort of $$$ is hard to justify, particularly after spending so much on a new bike.

I am a 220# vet intermediate/Expert and ride MX exclusively. I know I'll need new springs, but I am going to put a few hours on it first. My son will likely ride it too, so I may need to keep it on the softer side for me.

I am very excited about riding it. I woke up a couple hours early this morning just thinking about it!

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I wished I could do the same also.......But we have so much snow still on the ground here and it is about 20 degrees out so it will be a little while til i get to ride.

/QUOTE]

Did you change your pipe already?

I read a few posts here about aftermarket opening up top end a little. My policy on replacing pipes is to wait until you destroy the one you have now. I race, but that sort of $$$ is hard to justify, particularly after spending so much on a new bike.

I am a 220# vet intermediate/Expert and ride MX exclusively. I know I'll need new springs, but I am going to put a few hours on it first. My son will likely ride it too, so I may need to keep it on the softer side for me.

I am very excited about riding it. I woke up a couple hours early this morning just thinking about it!

Yes..... I have changed the pipe but I have not been able to ride it yet cause of the snow.

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...I am going to Perris Raceway to remove the sharp edges from the tires .
With the tires they come with, that won't take long. What's up for the rest of the morning?

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You going to bring the pretty new four stroke out to the OTMX race at LACR this weekend? I'm sure the other two strokers would love to see it. :ride:

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You going to bring the pretty new four stroke out to the OTMX race at LACR this weekend? I'm sure the other two strokers would love to see it. :ride:

Hi Mike. I hoped to bring it out but I have to go to Philadelphia on Sunday :-(

I was on travel for the last race too.

I wish they would bring the races a little further south. LACR is over 100 miles for me.

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Bummer...........well, next month is Internationals and Rynoland. Rynoland will be close won't it? You going to hit any of the Internationals? You need to get that girl dirty! :ride:

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