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POST blackhawk weekend, 5/14 5/15

what can i say? i didnt go up there in time to ride but i got there like 4pm to grab some stuff i needed partyed with some of the boys, and went to sleep.

sunday was fucken cold! so cold i didnt feel good about pushing it at all.

ran 20' and 21's and a couple 19's.


i did find something out, i am getting ride of the rasing rate hyper pro spring and going with a stiffer flat rate for my rear suspension.

it isnt strong enough till its almost totally screwed in, and it jumps to much in ride height from there till 2 turns out. 11mm jump. means the spring isnt gonna work for me. so atleast i can work on that since i wont make R.A. due to i can get out of work

BUT dont worry, i have a feeling the new rear once i get dialed in will start shagging LESS and give me a better planted footing while saving my tires = faster lap times LESS effort!

so all and all it went well.
there was so many homies there other then the normal me and john.

Ron and Maks rocked both days.

both of you guys were looking really good out there.

maks anytime to need tips or set up questions ask me bro.
i am there to help my homies, or anyone that ask me, only i give you guys the use of my hands to help

anyway great day, COLD rained alittle for 1 advanced session, but i am not complaining.

BUT i tell you, TEAMGOFAST is getting a REAL shitty turn out this year so far.
i am not liking that!

you guys better start showing up more.

i take 1 day out of this LOCAL weekend, and its only 2 TGF members riding per day and it wasnt even the same guys?

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BUT i tell you, TEAMGOFAST is getting a REAL shitty turn out this year so far.
i am not liking that!

you guys better start showing up more.

i take 1 day out of this LOCAL weekend, and its only 2 TGF members riding per day and it wasnt even the same guys?

WTF
whooooaaa there fella, 4 of us where there saturday, and you went shooting instead, and john??? he showed up on a harley WTF??? you knew why i had to take off today, and i got it done. see ya at Road America, oh wait you wont be there!!!


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I had a good time even if the bike on the trailer before lunch. Was not running right at all. Will make an appt. with 4 & 6 in hopes of getting it better tuned.. Brought along a newbe to his first track day and he loved it. May have another one hooked.

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Many thanks to CLSB for the wonderful experience.

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I'm glad you had a good time, Ken.

And you guys know why I'm now showing up to the track yet. Just wait until next month, you'll start seeing me a lot more.

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Many thanks to CLSB for the wonderful experience.

Riding to & from the track, 250miles - $22.00
DVD of yourself almost wiping out - $40.00
Sitting at home not able to feel your legs after you free trackday - PRICELESS



ahh man WTF happened?



jim, just giving everyone shit "TGF members"



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I only made it on Saturday, shitty that it rained us down for 1 session in the afternoon on Saturday but it dried up real quick.

I got bumped to Intermediate at the very last session of the day, and proceeded to throw my bike away in turn 1 just 3 laps after getting bumped cuz I went in too hot and spooked myself, went into the grass and wasn't able to keep it upright. But it was only a 10mph drop and neither I nor the bike got damaged. In hindsight, I should have just made the turn and ran it way wide, but I was so goddamn tired at the end of the day I just wasn't thinking straight.

But hey, it was awesome running in Intermediate for the 4 or 5 evaluation laps and the 2 laps before I binned it, every lap was completely clear and I was keeping a decent enough pace that I wasn't getting lapped every 5 minutes. Huge difference from Beginner group, now it's time to work my way back up the chain.

Definately good times, I'll try to find more of you guys on the track next time I go out. We need to get CLSB patches for our jackets with CLSB and our user names on em so we can recognize each other on the track. I'd totally buy that if you guys had it in the CLSB swag store

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Good choice with going with a flat rate spring try a 475 or so(maybe even stiffer). Depending on how fast you plan on riding.
How'd your tires look?
It kinda sucks when it's cold out cuz you sometimes get a cold tear just from the track being so cold.


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I made it for the Sunday show. Kinda cool in the AM but not a bad day. Took me a few sessions to learn the track and start finding the line but I had fun in the afternoon. Sorry I didn't run into any CLSB guys. Maybe the idea of patches or even a banner for the pits would help. Fun track and I'm looking froward to doing it again.

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Many thanks to CLSB for the wonderful experience.

Riding to & from the track, 250miles - $22.00
DVD of yourself almost wiping out - $40.00
Sitting at home not able to feel your legs after you free trackday - PRICELESS
Welcome to the addiction.

I learned something on Saturday. I'm slow when I'm by myself. Got with a control rider and must have droped 6 seconds off, and I never felt over my head while doing it. Even past 2 people on the inside going into T1 one int T6 and one in right before the last turn. all in a lap. somethings wrong with my brain

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Was great seeing everyone! The weather Sunday was a little chilly, but nothing near as bad as Road America last month.

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Had a few good sessions. Rubbed elbows with BMONEY and RONHIX those were some great runs passin back and forth!!! I need to be more aggressive when it comes to passing.

Thanks to Ken on the "How to beat the locals at pool" lessons
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Had a few good sessions. Rubbed elbows with BMONEY and RONHIX those were some great runs passin back and forth!!! I need to be more aggressive when it comes to passing.

Thanks to Ken on the "How to beat the locals at pool" lessons
Those were some fun laps, and the redneck pool shark lesson was indeed priceless.

Here's what I learned this weekend...

Before the session...
Me: "Hey Mr. Control Rider, can you watch me this session and give me a few pointers?"
Control Rider: "Sure."

...CR follows me a few laps then passes me effortlessly and immediately checks out...

After the session...
Control Rider: "If you want to go faster, hold the throttle open longer."
Me: "..."
Control Rider: "Yea, hold the throttle open longer."
Me: "...ok."

Next session...I hold the throttle open longer and go from averaging 1:24/25's to 1:22/23's.

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Ken

Good choice with going with a flat rate spring try a 475 or so(maybe even stiffer). Depending on how fast you plan on riding.
How'd your tires look?
It kinda sucks when it's cold out cuz you sometimes get a cold tear just from the track being so cold.


dano

i tried your tip dano, it helped some but i could go to far with it, the rear starting floating to long after bumps.

i could type a book, but end result. i need a new spring, and cant wait to get it on and redial it in.


is there a link or something to find out the differant spring weights for the rear, and what to look for in selecting a spring?

i am gonna have 4&6 do it, but i also want to do my own research.

thanks dano.



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Welepro and I made it in Saturday night and froze our asses off camping, but it was fun hangin out by the fire with a few beers. Too bad not many others camped, but it was in the upper 30s so not exactly ideal. Sunday I was riding ok, I never really got in the groove and made some mistakes but no get-offs. By the last session my rear tire was trashed and was spinning it up on a few of the turn exits, made me a lil nervous. My best laps were in the 1:24s, I hope to do better next time when its warmer.

Welepro (erik) got bumped to Intermediate in the afternoon in time for the last session, and I was impressed he was movin really good, I could keep up but wasn't able to pass him. Congrats Erik!

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Where can I get one of those clocks/timers?
It can be a 'cheapie' since I'm this was my first time, right?

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Where can I get one of those clocks/timers?
It can be a 'cheapie' since I'm this was my first time, right?
Lap timers? Both 4&6 Racing and Drucker carry them. If you keep an eye out on CCS, WERA, and NESBA boards, used ones pop up every now and then. All you need is the timer. Track day organizers always bring a beacon.
There really isn't a cheap one, all are about the same price, but some are better than others. I think mine is an XT timer. I got it a couple years ago from MD.

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I was out there on Sunday. Had a great time and it was good to see a bunch of CLSB folks there. Like Ytrap mentioned, we had fun dicing it up out there. The weather was pretty cool and I am amazed that we didn't get rained out on several different occasions, but the rain stayed away. This was my first day out at the track this season. I felt decent. I was regularly running 22's and 23's and never really felt confident enough to want to push much harder.
I had a pretty scary moment in the second to last session. I was on the gas coming through the kink just before turn 7 and suddenly I realize that the three bikes in front of me are moving way slower than I had planned for. So, with the rear-end fishing back and forth and the front end skipping across the track, I made a last minute call to take my business into the grass just before the turn in point of turn 7. Needless to say, the soft muddy soil and grass were a breaze to handle with my sportbike slicks. Somehow I managed to keep the bike up and even got to sample it's true offroad capability as the flat grassy area gave way to rutted out swap-land. I motored out of there and brought the bike back to the pits (end of the session anyway). No damage to report so it was all good in the end.

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Where can I get one of those clocks/timers?
It can be a 'cheapie' since I'm this was my first time, right?

ahh not to be a kill joy, but lets talk about how you crashed and lets see if we can work on that to be a more confident rider/ raising your skill level before we go buying a lap timer.

i am just wondering how and why you crashed



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Hey Brian, that sucks you almost bit it, but that's awesome you rode it out.

I can't wait to get back out there with ya.

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ahh not to be a kill joy, but lets talk about how you crashed and lets see if we can work on that to be a more confident rider/ raising your skill level before we go buying a lap timer.

i am just wondering how and why you crashed

Ken he ALMOST crashed. He did not crash.

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AHHH still, lets talk about that then.

what i really saw was he couldnt feel his legs, i was like holy shit. he must be hurt bad and i was concered.



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Hey Brian, that sucks you almost bit it, but that's awesome you rode it out.

I can't wait to get back out there with ya.

So when/where is it going to be? Currently, my next day is June 12th Autobahn South course. Now that I look at the calendar, that looks entirely too far off for my next day, I'm going to have to look into something sooner.
Yep yep! Looking forward to riding out there again with you too. So is the 10R going to make an on-track appearance this year?

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So when/where is it going to be? Currently, my next day is June 12th Autobahn South course. Now that I look at the calendar, that looks entirely too far off for my next day, I'm going to have to look into something sooner.
Yep yep! Looking forward to riding out there again with you too. So is the 10R going to make an on-track appearance this year?

I'm going to try to make the June 13th day at the Autobahn. I get back from my glacier mountaineering course on the 11th, so the 12th would be too soon... I'm gonna be a tired mofo when I get back.

As for my bike, I'm keeping the 9R as my track bike this year. I did a cost-benefit analysis over the winter of making the 10R trackable and the 9R streetable and the numbers weren't crunching right... so I'll wait another season.

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Good man. I didn't do much of anything to the bike over the winter since I picked up the dirt bike in January. I spent a day or two going over it and freshing it up prior to BHF and everything ran nicely. Looks like I won't be able to blame my uninspiring lap times on the machine. DAMMIT!

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AHHH still, lets talk about that then.

what i really saw was he couldnt feel his legs, i was like holy shit. he must be hurt bad and i was concered.
I already talked him out of it, and put the money to a trailer to haul that thing around in.

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what i really saw was he couldnt feel his legs, i was like holy shit. he must be hurt bad and i was concered.
Just what did he have to do to win that free track day? Sounds like the result of some rough gay sex to me....
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Glacier mountaineering course? That's some cross-training you've got going on there mister. Have fun and take some pictures if possible.

yeah, its gotten me in much better shape, and I'll take TONS of pictures on the glacier.

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