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  1. what

    OMRL 2019 Season

    Sounds like it was a good day. Next time.
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    2018 MT10(Guess the New Owner)

    MT was what I wanted for a while but my next purchase will be a 2016+ R1. Not sure when though. Congrats on the new bike and congrats on the sale you two.
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    What did you do to your bike today?

    sent it over @kbrok's soft, supple body.
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    What did you do to your bike today?

    new chain and rear sprocket on the grom.
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    Random Track Talk

    Race weekend #2. The gRRommining.
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    Random Track Talk

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    Random Track Talk

    Yeah it's from a pretty reliable source this time round.
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    Random Track Talk

    heard rumors of a repave in the next year or 2
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    max powers FZ1 needs loving home

    Congrats on the Strom, they seem like a lot of fun.
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    Mid-Ohio Cherry Popping . . .

    I have one, not sure about my schedule so far out though. If I'm there I'll have it with me.
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    Who has a Speed Triple?

    Enjoy, they are a great platform
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    Mid-Ohio Cherry Popping . . .

    Maybe I just show up on bad days for I group, lol Not my problem anymore though.
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    Weird Engine Break-in Protocol

    Overheating is bad. If you have always broken your engines in the low and slow method, there's nothing wrong with continuing to do so.
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    Mid-Ohio Cherry Popping . . .

    I mean exactly what I said, half of the people in I group have no idea WTF they are doing. The lead novice group is faster than these people because they are willing to learn and have a tow behind a CR.
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    Weird Engine Break-in Protocol

    A lot of it is insurance based as well. Manufacturers (their lawyers) would rather a person take it easy and get used to the bike before going out hammer down and getting killed because they never learned where the brakes were. They can then point to the manual and say "we said to break it in slow and easy, not our fault". Race engines are broken in on the dyno. The biggest thing is making sure the rings seal correctly, which can be accomplished either way. Just don't sit there pinging off the rev limiter with no load on the piston. Variable load is what you want.