Okay, I got a near rear tire on (Pirelli DCIII) and took the bike back down to Shady Side yesterday. The day went alright other than there being way too many bikes down there. In the 2.5 hours I was there I only got in 4 runs and I'm always the one toward the front of the line ready to run. For some reason or another they turned the time displays off for the bikes and I didn't get the times for my first two runs. On my last two runs I got a number and picked up my time slips. I could def. feel the tire doing a great job and really sticking to strip. I did get a surprise when the tree switched from sportsman to pro tree right when I pulled up... reaction time was horrible, i was anticipating the 3 yellows, not the 1.
Anyway, here is my best:
Beat a streched out gsxr on that run. Bike was running great and the tire was gripping, I just didn't get enough runs in to learn how to launch with the new tire. Hope next sunday won't be as packed so I can make atleast 10 passes.
If anybody has any advice I would gladly take it.
"Aut viam inveniam aut faciam."
"I will either find a way or make one."
Akrapovic Dual Carbon Fiber Exhaust. LP Fuel Controller. Pirelli DC IIIs. Monster Energy Graphics. HealTech Speedohealer. Puig DB Smoked Screen. Fender Eliminator. Rear Seat Cowl. Keiti Clear Tank Pad. Pro Grip 719 grips. Gorilla Alarm.