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  1. hhhmmmmm. sounds like it was just as eventful after I peeled off. Glad everyone is OK and made it safe. Bummer about Itchy losing his mufflers- did he find them and catch up with you guys??
  2. hhhmmmmm. sounds like it was just as eventful after I peeled off. Glad everyone is OK and made it safe. Bummer about Itchy losing his mufflers- did he find them and catch up with you guys??
  3. hhhmmmmm. sounds like it was just as eventful after I peeled off. Glad everyone is OK and made it safe. Bummer about Itchy losing his mufflers- did he find them and catch up with you guys??
  4. MITM was good. Weather was nice. We will get some pictures posted today. Thanks to all that came. It was good to see eberyone again.
  5. I am not the ultimate authority on this but based on what I have learned it is probably normal. The tranny itself has a fair amount gear lash and that coupled with the the torque compensator is probably what you are experiencing. I have learn to try and keep the the transmission "loaded" as much as possible at lower speeds. Less on/off of the throttle more clutch and always try not to lug the engine or trans. Welcome to the VMC Note: Posted by tomnkc under the boss's handle :blsh
  6. Whew! that was ugly hot. glad everyone made it safe. Thanks again to my group for stopping when I needed to cool off. getting dizzy on a bike is a scary sensation! definitely taught me to heed what they say about the warning signs of heat exhaustion. here are a couple of pics from our stay in Foristell. SAFE riding for all you guys going on.........
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