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WOT!!! When did that happen Chewee brother?? Hope you are ok.

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That was back in Feb w/ the track club, going ccw, got lost going over lost hills. Approaching the crest leaning in just about to get on the throttle and I sort of hit an odd bump in the surface. It caught me off guard ran wide off the track, I was thinking to myself I'll slow down in the dirt. Then the dirt route developed into a rather large puddle, and I was thinking to myself, I'll just cruise through. My bike decided to face plant into the puddle/mudd which was fairly deep and about 20 feet long or so. As bike hit the puddle and sank in, I flew off over the handles bars clearing the puddle and landing another 50 ft or so from my bike. Luckily I had the mud to brace my impact as well as my bike. As you can see in the pic. I was just sore the next few days. Minimal damage to the bike, just a lot of mud. I had a hard time trying to get it started, after a few days troubleshooting, I found out that my bike had sucked up some water and was hydro locked so once I got it started my exhaust was spitting out some muddy water. A quick oil change/flush, good cleaning and it backs to life. :cheers
 

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That was back in Feb w/ the track club, going ccw, got lost going over lost hills. Approaching the crest leaning in just about to get on the throttle and I sort of hit an odd bump in the surface. It caught me off guard ran wide off the track, I was thinking to myself I'll slow down in the dirt. Then the dirt route developed into a rather large puddle, and I was thinking to myself, I'll just cruise through. My bike decided to face plant into the puddle/mudd which was fairly deep and about 20 feet long or so. As bike hit the puddle and sank in, I flew off over the handles bars clearing the puddle and landing another 50 ft or so from my bike. Luckily I had the mud to brace my impact as well as my bike. As you can see in the pic. I was just sore the next few days. Minimal damage to the bike, just a lot of mud. I had a hard time trying to get it started, after a few days troubleshooting, I found out that my bike had sucked up some water and was hydro locked so once I got it started my exhaust was spitting out some muddy water. A quick oil change/flush, good cleaning and it backs to life. :cheers
Glad you are ok :)

Turk
 

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yo yo tony D it was a joke hence the oprah winfrey comment ( I said that in my new york city accent) since I'm from the bronx and it says you from the east up top you'd understand me better turks bike is fucking tight a lil fruity on the colors though:dunno but hey thats turk i i guess
 

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I used to buy the sugar free Rockstar from the local grocery store all the time (I don't drink coffee so I drink them instead). Until I started added it up and the shit was damn pricey.

The local Costco sells Monster Energy low carb by the case for much cheaper. Not as cheap as Ben and Colin can get it for unfortunately. :(
 

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My racebike...


With my son on it....

Taxxion Dynamics AK-20 fork cartridges
Penske Triple clicker shock
Galfer wave rotors up front
Vesrah SRJL brake pads
Goodridge -2 lines front/rear
Nissin 18x18 Works Billet Master cylinder (Ladybird res bracket)
Woodcraft clip-ons
Vortex Rearsets
Yoshimura oil fill cap, clutch cover, start gear cover
Akrapovic Evo2 full Ti system
BMC Race Filter
Bazzaz Zi-Fi Traction Control
Bazzaz Z AFM
Bazzaz bar mounted TC and map selector switch
Scotts steering damper
Harris 1/4 turn fuel cap
Harris Shark Guard
Sharkskinz bodywork
Zero Gravity Corsa windscreen
 
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