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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-06-2006, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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Tuning and Lap Chart Doc.

I figure some of you mite find this useful.

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hey grasshopper,
that spreadsheet is pretty smooth. I'm thinking of printing out a bunch at work and then put them in a binder. This will totally help with tracking any changes in bike setup and their affect.

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Very nicely done!

"For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they say, 'He has a demon.' The Son of Man came eating and drinking, and they say, 'Here is a glutton and a drunkard..."

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Thank Brian McLaughlin
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You can find the rest of them here:

http://www.racemotorcycles.com/cgi-b...10;start=15#15

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Nice, thanks!

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SWEET thanks for sharing!
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My wife made me one similar to that in an excel spreadsheet. It needs just a few items put into it (she wasn't sure what info to use) but it tracks alot of stuff and is pretty slick to use. If you want to see it I will post it.
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My wife made me one similar to that in an excel spreadsheet. It needs just a few items put into it (she wasn't sure what info to use) but it tracks alot of stuff and is pretty slick to use. If you want to see it I will post it.
Post away!

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I would but I am not sure how to attach an excel file.
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It should work like a standard attachment. Do the advanced post, scroll down and look for the "manage attachments", click and load the spreadsheet. If that doesn't work you could import it, or paste it, into Word and load it.

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