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We are trying to plan a track day at NHIS on the 3rd of June. The deal is we need approx. 30 paid entrants to pay for the day, the cost will depend on how many we get to participate. I figure it will cost about 125-150 depending how many people we get. PLEASE contact me asap if you can make it as we need to let the track know.
The day at the track would be a great time to dial in your machines for the up comming season.

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Thanks Aaron !! PLEASE spread the word for those that aren't on the web. I would like to see the track day happen for all are benefit.
BTW we need corner workers too...........

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i cant make any promises. its kinda short notice for me. if there is any way i can, i will.


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John,
Are we paying in advance or at the track?

Joe,
Just go, don't a responsible adult. Plus if you stay that whole week that would work for me cause I have a lot of stuff to do on the Honda still (safety wiring).

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it's not just work my friend. dont forget, im sailing the next week all week. so thatd be 2 weeks off in a row. and id have to push getting my bike resdy up 1 week. because i cant show up at the track with that fendr again. i could stay with you though til friday. do you have good plumbing??

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Aaron, No advance purchase. Pay at the gate. So far it looks like we have about 30 racers which means the cost will be reasonable. Please bring cash.

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hey aaron, dont worry about getting the honda complete. if things go correctly, i'll be at gunstock on friday night. so we'll have plenty of time to get your honda wired up and whatever else it finally needs there. (ub i'l be sure to bring my metric drill bits. you know, just (unless its pissing rain, then all bets are off). to stay in the right frame of mind. you do use whitworth drill bits to do the frilling on the bsa right??


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i shouldnt tease....you probably actually do have a whitworth drill bit set.

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John,
how many people is the maximum you will allow in? I might go to shake down my bike. But I am waiting for a couple of parts to come in still. Im going to talk to a couple of other guys and see if they want to go so there might be 3 more of us.
I was at Seacoast Cycle today and Tim said you asked him to go. He needs to build a bike , he has enough stuff to put one together. I traded him a rd 200 for a 86' xr 250r he had out back. It runs and needs some work but its all there.

CHUCK
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Chuck,
The more the merrier !!! Keep in mind that this is a track day for racers and there will be minimum supervision. If somebody goes down the track shuts down because we only have 1 ambulance. Please try to make it, as the more paid people we get the cost goes down for everybody.

Hope to see you there..........

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I would really like to make it. I'm siding my house in the next few weeks so it's up in the air, but I'm going to try to fit it in.
 

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Cool Beans JD!!! Forget about the siding, it'll be there when you come home from the track day...........

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damn rain! screw the siding. I officially have the 3rd off, I'll be there. and I got the racebike out a couple nights ago and went through the exhausting task of getting it started....well, exhausting for my pusher that is. man, it really is a lot of work though. I had to put in a charged battery from my streetbike and then turn on the fuel petcock. these old bikes can be so darn difficult!
 

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Yeah that's how my Beesa is, just charge the battery and turn the gas on. Your a fag (in an envious, I wish it was that easy for me kind of way. Not the, you can't wait to camp with Joe kind of way). Johnson did you call me last night?

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yeah it is easy but I still crash the same as everyone else, just more often. wait, not more than MikeO. his balls must be bigger than my head (each)
 

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I did get a pair of starting rollers. Mucho easier to get the Norton going. Only $200.00

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