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739 foot coaster video

here is me....now doing 739 (.14 mile). with gps it shows i'm coming in at around 54 mph. idle set at 1k rpms

http://www.gotpenguin.com/~binder929rr/12_28_jeffC4.wmv

http://www.gotpenguin.com/~binder929rr/12_28_jeffC2.wmv
this one is at a different angle, not quite as far, maybe around 700 feet (it wasn't measured cause it fell short of my furthest)


server has limited bandwidth so it might download around 20k/second
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VERY NICE!!!!! Damn I love coasters, they show real skill.

Nice job bud.




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thanks, world record is 998...i'm hoping to have 1000 by february for stuntwars.

note: 998 is official record, there are others like darius doing 1500 feet but don't do all that bullshit record stuff.
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Little more speed and a good tail wind and you got it. Might want to keep your tire over inflated a bit also, less rolling resistance.




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Little more speed and a good tail wind and you got it. Might want to keep your tire over inflated a bit also, less rolling resistance.
you got it, there is a huge pothole i hit though so i'm slowly raising speed..i'm only doing 54 mph in that long one so says my GPS.

i should have 1000 feet at about 70mph or hopefully 65mph
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you got it, there is a huge pothole i hit though so i'm slowly raising speed..i'm only doing 54 mph in that long one so says my GPS.

i should have 1000 feet at about 70mph or hopefully 65mph
Yup, try crankin the rear tire up to about 40 or 45, and wait for a day with out gusting winds to upset your line. Yoyull have it no problem.

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40-45....i'll die....way too hard


i'm gonna go up to 20 then maybe up to 25.

way too unstable after 30 for that...you can see my wobble as it is. when you grab that clutch and being that high at that speed...balance is hard.
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40-45....i'll die....way too hard


i'm gonna go up to 20 then maybe up to 25.

way too unstable after 30 for that...you can see my wobble as it is. when you grab that clutch and being that high at that speed...balance is hard.
That does make sense.




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That does make sense.
yep, hard to decide, less resistance with higher psi, but a severe decline in stability because you are at hte balance point or slightly behind it to keep it up.
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Looks good man!! Kickass.

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Looks good man!! Kickass.
i couldn't agree more Hey, one of the TerreHaters guys is on s10forum.com its a good forum (hoping to not get in trouble for that) And you have some hilarous shirts!

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i couldn't agree more Hey, one of the TerreHaters guys is on www.s10forum.com its a good forum (hoping to not get in trouble for that) And you have some hilarous shirts!
thanks guys, i appreciate the feedback.

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that's pretty impressive. I gotta go try some on the 50
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that's pretty impressive. I gotta go try some on the 50
i can do 150ft and change on the 50. i do'nt know how, but rodg does 400 footers on the 50...he's sick with balance.
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