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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 10-06-2005, 05:15 AM Thread Starter
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Recommended Track Day Essentials?

Ok, so this is my first weekend that I have to pull everything together, load up the trailer and head to the track. Last time I got to go as Kruz and Zeus-9R's guest. And of course, they had everything! Thanks guys, you got me hooked... Now I get to spend money on TONS of stuff... (wife overjoyed about that - NOT!)

So what I am asking for are what you experienced trackies love to take in the trailer. I have started a list, if you could, please share what else you think is essential, and what else would be nice to have at the track.

Here is what I have on the list so far:

Trailer
Track Bike
Pit Bikes
Lap Timer
Baxley Sport Chock
Pit Bull Front Stand
Pit Bull Rear Stand
Take Offs (Slicks or 208 GPa) At least one spare set.
Chickenhawks

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Air Schrader Head Attachment
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Torque Wrench
Wheel Calipers (alignment)
Spare Track Bike Parts
Track Bike Owners Manual
Track Bike Service Manual
Generator (ultra-quiet)
Extension Cords
Power Strips
Lights
Flashlight
Spare fuses
Trailer Lock
Chocks for Trailer
Cleaning Supplies
Goo Gone

Tent
Tarp (rain cover)
Folding Chairs
Grill
Cooler
Igloo Drink Cooler
Refridgerator (small)
Tunes
Water
Pop
Beer (after track closes)
Lunch Foods
Cash
Friends

HOT Umbrella Girl(s)...

Such a simple little hobby. Anyhow, what am I missing in the list? Any suggestions from the gurus?

Thanks for your thoughts,

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post #2 of 54 (permalink) Old 10-06-2005, 05:30 AM
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That's a pretty comprehensive list.

Add:

Zip ties
Electrical tape
Duct tape (in different brilliant colors)
Electric fan
Whiteboard/bulletin board and dry-erase markers (handy for capturing additions to your list).

Buy an enclosed trailer and keep it "stocked". I keep all my "track-specific" personal items (T-shirts, sweatshirts, bike shorts, sox-'n'-drawers, sports bras, bath towels, shower shoes) in a plastic tote - a dryer sheet keeps it all sweet-smelling. When laundry's done, it all goes right back into the trailer.

When it was time for us to head to the track, all we needed to "load" were his tools, food and my spare wheels/tires (stuff that went in the van as opposed to the trailer).

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Dam...this just reminds me of all the crap that I don't have yet...

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Windex and paper towels for cleaning your helmet and face shield.

Trash bag to keep in the truck so you will have somewhere to throw all your trash if you are not near a trash can.

Spare clip-ons and levers. Spare rear sets and shifter and rear brake. Many times these break on a minor "get off" and will save you from missing the rest of the weekend.

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Paper towels can scratch. I use S100 polish (Pledge works just as well) and an old sock.

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Honda polish works great on the visor and everything else.

Don't forget to leave your ego at home at screw your head on tightly.

I think you have it covered.

Refrigerator? WTF? Hey that generator has just enough juice for one set of Chickenhawks. Don't be overloading it.
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Refrigerator? WTF? Hey that generator has just enough juice for one set of Chickenhawks. Don't be overloading it.

John, the refrigerator is for the camper/trailer that I don't have... the list includes lots of things I don't have... LOL. Planning on getting the generator that is larger than Brent's... http://www.hondapowerequipment.com/M...lName=eu3000is or the 2000 just below it. Either one will handle the required wattage.

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While all that may SEEM like a lot, it fits pretty good into a couple tool boxes. You don't NEED a BIG air compressor, one of those emergency car tire inflators work okay for a couple extra psi in the bike tire. Leave the fridge at home, a cooler with ice keeps the food safe to eat.

You forgot one thing...BIKE KEY! (don't laugh, everybody knows at least one person who's forgot that.)

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You might add a pen, notebook and track map. It's nice to keep some notes on your reference points so you don't have to rely on memory each time you go back.

Since you're taking video you can use this with the footage and really see opportunities to fine tune things.
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Honda Polish...... More than a wax .... it's a dessert topping too !


Add to your food list........

Gatorade .... or something like it..... I prefer Cytomax.

Something to replace electrolytes and give you energy.

I also ALWAYS have some dried fruit..... when you feel a bit faded
in the afternoon the combination of simple / complex carbs in the
fruit brings you back into focus and keeps you there for those late
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The Cytomax has greatly reduced my dried fruit consumption as it does
the same thing : )


Good to meet you last night..... see you on the weekend !

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Don't forget the umbrella girl.
That was on my original list up top! And I specified HOT Umbrella Girl(s), butt of course!

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That was on my original list up top! And I specified HOT Umbrella Girl(s), butt of course!

I just saw that lol I didn't read all the way down.

"includes 10 used-car dealers or auto repair shops, 11 liquor stores and bars--two of which advertise lingerie fashion shows and a third billed as a "gentlemen's club"--three cut-rate motels and one trailer park. The squat, brick municipal building is next to a currency exchange and a few steps from an adult video store. The bars open at 10 a.m. and close at 6:30 a.m."

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You forgot one thing...BIKE KEY! (don't laugh, everybody knows at least one person who's forgot that.)
Bike key safety wired to Track bike, let alone take it out anyway.

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when da f*ck did ya change yoru name? and ya picked one offly close to someone that got banned
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I see you have extra batteries for your video. Don't forget some for your laptimer. There's always someone running around the track asking if anybody has a spare battery for a laptimer.

If you're not staying at a hotel, don't forget to add sleeping bag & pillow to your list


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when da f*ck did ya change your name? and ya picked one offly close to someone that got banned
I heard that there was a Winke or Winkie banned... but alas, my name is Brian Wink. Just figured it was a lot easier than using Nemesis, which has been my online handle for over 20 yrs (before the public internet). Now that I meet people for real, the handle just seemed in the way. My nickname has always been Wink... so it was suggested that I change my handle, so I did.

I'll try not to get banned... although, no promises.. that Ken guy... well, you know...

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So how did you change your handle ?


Does it convert all your old posts too ??

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NEMISIS......

You need to change your Sig by the way...........

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You brought up 'Tunes' in your original list.

Now I've brought my Tunes to the track every time I go, but only one time did I actually listen to my iPod between sessions (Selston knows when... my little nap at BHF).

Does anyone really listen to music between sessions?

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NEMISIS......

You need to change your Sig by the way...........
Left the sig alone for a little while... then I will change it. tons of people have handles that dont match sigs... kinda like T2 on yer ass, LOL!

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So how did you change your handle ?


Does it convert all your old posts too ??

Tom
This is so , but to change your handle, just PM Tony. If it's not taken you can get it.

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You brought up 'Tunes' in your original list.

Now I've brought my Tunes to the track every time I go, but only one time did I actually listen to my iPod between sessions (Selston knows when... my little nap at BHF).

Does anyone really listen to music between sessions?
Tunes, of course..got have some adrenaline music! Now all we need is a stereo system, and its a party! (Do they actually do that? - track newbie)

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Someone had a stereo at one of my track days & it was horrible Spanish mariachi music. Since there is a wide variety of musical tastes out there, I think people should stick to Ipods,IMHO.
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Did I miss:

EZ UP?
BEER?
suspension tuner?
Track bike?

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Did I miss:

EZ UP?
BEER?
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What is EZ UP?

I had track bike and beer on the list...

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