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Old 04-18-2008   #31
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Re: Putnam Park April 26/27

Anyone know how early you have to sign in to get it for $130 for one day?
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Old 04-18-2008   #32
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Re: Putnam Park April 26/27

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Anyone know how early you have to sign in to get it for $130 for one day?
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Old 04-19-2008   #33
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Old 04-20-2008   #34
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Re: Putnam Park April 26/27

read the rulse chump. they can go on the sides of the front fairing now. new size regs as well.
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Old 04-20-2008   #35
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read the rulse chump. they can go on the sides of the front fairing now. new size regs as well.

Actually, that's for the bikes that do not have room for numbers. Bikes like the new CBR1000, ZX10s, R6s, etc were the bikes they intended to make this rule for. Also, you need to still place the number on top of the tail section... If you choose that side number plate style...

For the guys who are running side fairing numbers:

"If the side numbers are displayed on the lowers they must have a 1/8 minimum black line around the plate area outside of the required 1/2 of numberplate background. Single numbers on the top of the tail are allowed ONLY if the rider has numbers on each side of the lower as well."

Meaning, it is intended for those with small tail sections. The 04/05s had plenty of room for numbers on the tail...

Also, consider moving the can sliders to just after the cannister strap and before the strap (requires you to unbolt the cannister). That way, when you crash, you protect the first part of the exhaust that hits the ground - the front portion right after the place it bolts to the mid-pipe.

Also, right after the strap will allow for the slider to push back some and not come off. Where you have it now, it will pull right off in a matter of inches once it hits and will not do much to protect the cannister...
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Old 04-20-2008   #36
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Re: Putnam Park April 26/27

I am payed up and have tires soon! I cant wait!!!!
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Old 04-20-2008   #37
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Re: Putnam Park April 26/27

Beautiful bike matd. Too bad it's a Suzuki though!!
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Old 04-21-2008   #38
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Beautiful bike matd. Too bad it's a Suzuki though!!

It is a nice lookin' bike, but not mine. It belongs to stop4no1.

Mine is ugly as sin and a Yamaha. If I posted a picture of my bike, Motorcycle Protection Services would be at my door in a flash to whisk her away to a foster garage.
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Re: Putnam Park April 26/27

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Actually, that's for the bikes that do not have room for numbers. Bikes like the new CBR1000, ZX10s, R6s, etc were the bikes they intended to make this rule for. Also, you need to still place the number on top of the tail section... If you choose that side number plate style...

For the guys who are running side fairing numbers:

"If the side numbers are displayed on the lowers they must have a 1/8 minimum black line around the plate area outside of the required 1/2 of numberplate background. Single numbers on the top of the tail are allowed ONLY if the rider has numbers on each side of the lower as well."

Meaning, it is intended for those with small tail sections. The 04/05s had plenty of room for numbers on the tail...

Also, consider moving the can sliders to just after the cannister strap and before the strap (requires you to unbolt the cannister). That way, when you crash, you protect the first part of the exhaust that hits the ground - the front portion right after the place it bolts to the mid-pipe.

Also, right after the strap will allow for the slider to push back some and not come off. Where you have it now, it will pull right off in a matter of inches once it hits and will not do much to protect the cannister...
According the the powers that be at wera the number on top of the tail is optional. I confirmed that before i went ahead with the ones on the fairing.
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Old 04-22-2008   #40
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Re: Putnam Park April 26/27

Burnnnnnnnnnnnn.
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Old 04-22-2008   #41
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Re: Putnam Park April 26/27

ohh noo you didnt just contradict lizard1
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Old 04-22-2008   #42
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ohh noo you didnt just contradict lizard1
He didn't. He's kinda right. The rule was established for the newer bikes with REALLY small tail sections. It's kinda a grey area as he has a bike that can easily accomodate a set of numbers on the tail.

But, he is within the rules per say. Just a few techs might give him the business, but he isn't wrong, either...

You trying to stir crap up or something? Nothing better to do?
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You do realize that you grossed Lisa out so bad that she has skipped her last three meals.
You are just lucky you met her when her seeing eye dog sniffed your ass or you wouldn't even have a girlfriend!!
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You trying to stir crap up or something? Nothing better to do?
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