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post #1 of 13 Old 05-14-2006, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
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94 degrees on the track

yep my brother and I were getting roasted as I spent most of the day trying to soak up as much water as possiable. I ground down my peg feelers and toe sliders as now the toesliders I need to replace are on back order . It was a fun day over all I was told a guy riding a black 10R wrecked near the end of the day. I never saw him but I did see his bike that is a great looking scoot in black 04 model. I also spent 40 miles on my brothers 998 Duc. that is the first time riding a Duc on the track it was a fun experience but I think the 10R is way better. Well here is som pics of me on the 10R
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114 degrees @ Willow Springs on Wed. and its not even summer!

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Awesome pics dude!

Loved the sparks...

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Thanks guys as I have decided to keep the 10R I am doing the brembo next as the first 1/4 of the day my breakes were shot (stock breaks) I have more pics but thought these were good ones to post.
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nice pics. get your peg feelers off!

the hottest trackday i have done was when it was 97, it was horrible. by mid-day we were spent. but the last trackday i just did, it was cold, so that was annoying also, couldnt seam to get the right heat in the tires.

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Yep that night I bought my rearsets Vortex thanks to Larry Grogan forum member great guy I am trying to get him into trying the track as its so addicting
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OH I can't wait for the 100-110+ days this summer @ Willow and Bwillow.

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I thought that those toe sliders were not accepted in tech?

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I have used them on every track I have been too no problems. I think that applys to knee pucks and you may be right about the toe sliders but i am not sure. Good times on the track I hope to see some pics of you guys as well.
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