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I'm glad I was the first on the board to do this. Happy birthday. Good luck racing this weekend. I thought about coming down, but I have plans with Ana's family in Waldoboro.
 

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Thanks Don... You know I even spoke with Jeremy briefly and he still didn't happy b-day.

George - I'm 28

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28? Yer just a young buck!!!! Hell when ya start getting old, what you used to do all night, now takes you all night to do
 

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No way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Just getting even, for all the old man remarks I've recieved in the past from the lad. Now if he could ever get that 250 of his to run, for the whole race that is.
 

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Making any bike run and finish a whole race is easy. Trying to get a push rod low reving motor with a four speed to keep up with 5 and 6 speed high reving ducati, aermacchi, bultaco, and suzuki x-6's is quite brutal on the BSA. I finished many ah races in good positions with the BSA. I think even the "250 Champ" would agree with me on that.

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No, I think that your doing a good job with the 250, except for the bending of the valve problem that keeps happening to you. Any reason for that?
 

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Yeah... keeping the revs at 10,500 is one of the problems. 8250 is really where that bike should redlined, 8500 if need be. I consistantly keep it at 9000 and rev it till its stops making power when Johns around. It just doesn't have the power the other bikes have. So I keep the revs way high just to show a tyre here or there.

Aaron



Edited by - aaron on Aug 04 2003 4:02:49 PM
 

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hey fucker, happy birthday. someone should have clued me in at the track, i would have given you a birthday kiss....god, i was so lame this weekend. someone should take my motorcycle away until i learn how to ride it.

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Jesus! Mr Stremfer!
Can't you be a little more considerate of peoples feelings.
Fancy Clancy drove the seat off his Kohler CL350.

Just kidding Joe. I think everyone had a great weekend. No one crashed, and once I remembered how to shift, and poured the extra quart of oil out of my engine, I even finished a race.
Thanks to all,
Johnny Boudwah.
(Phinney WannaBe!)

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Who said "we" were bad at riding. Joes the only one.

I'm not sticking up for Joe... cause I like to tease as much as next jack ass, but everytime I crash I always add a few seconds on my lap times. So as many times as you crashed the last event, your right about where you should be. Thanks again for letting me ride your scoot. I felt as though I was riding it better than I did at Summit but still need some work to try and catch "the Knife".

Johnson sorry about your ride. You should get a Honda they're more reliable.

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Aaron. I haven't put much thought into how it might work out, but I should give you my ride for a little while and see what you can do to it... Want to make a plan?
 

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Aaron. I haven't put much thought into how it might work out, but I should give you my ride for a little while and see what you can do to it... Want to make a plan?
Hmmm, I can tell you that more thought isn't necessary, Aaron is a great rider, but I can also tell you how it will most likely end up, .....Screaching an shaving parts off, while sliding across the pavement coming to a stop in a muddy crumpled mass!
Although a great talent, Aaron's track record with borrowed bikes isn't so illustrious. (I know first hand as does whoever lent him the Derby last year when he nearly got run over by some D-bag in a porsche). The best thing about him though, is that he has the resources and the ability to rebuild stuff, and is relentless when doing so. If it wasn't for him, I wouldn't know that I was riding a Honda last year.
A big Thanks to Aaronstein Phinneyberg

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Thanks for the compliment Johnny, but Donald is talkign about making a plan to get his bike fixed.

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Sorry about that...
BUT,
That's why you are "the sharpest tack in the box", Fancy Clancy is the "Dali Lama", Tony is "the Knife", JD is the "Head", and johnny Boudwah is simply known as "that stupid, goofy looking bastard that smells funny and has been bannish to corner twelve ".

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