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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-18-2006, 07:30 AM
 
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sliding off or just back my ass slides back but never off granted I'm a good bit taller than you but just can't imagine how one could slide OFF

clutchless shifting def shaves some time off.. if you don't get off TOO much on the gas when you do it... for some reason the last two times I've gone i've had issues with this being a problem for me and not letting me get back down to my 10.5's let alone duplicating my best of 10.3

when ya'll going back?

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I was being sarcastic when I said sliding off.. I was sliding back quite a bit when I launched.. Just need to wedge my short ass forward....
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I was being sarcastic when I said sliding off.. I was sliding back quite a bit when I launched.. Just need to wedge my short ass forward....
duck tape some padding to your ass

yeah despite laying on the tank and trying to keep my weight on my chest I can't keep from getting thrown back on my launch either... but once my ass is thrown back it makes it easier to be in a lower tuck.. so not sure I really want my ass to stay all the way up to the tank

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duck tape some padding to your ass

yeah despite laying on the tank and trying to keep my weight on my chest I can't keep from getting thrown back on my launch either... but once my ass is thrown back it makes it easier to be in a lower tuck.. so not sure I really want my ass to stay all the way up to the tank

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When your 5'5" being wedged against the tank doesnt affect my tuck... It just makes me feel more in control and more comfortbable at high speed/accelerations.
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When your 5'5" being wedged against the tank doesnt affect my tuck... It just makes me feel more in control and more comfortbable at high speed/accelerations.
that's true you're in a tuck just stradling it

yeah I agree it was more comfortable when I tried Marcs old maroon bike.. with it being lowered I felt more comfortable keeping my ass to the back of the seat and didn't get that unsettling that is created by your weight getting thrown back.... but as long as my bike stays stock I can't get away with doing that LOL that fear of wheelies get's to me everytime

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When your 5'5" being wedged against the tank doesnt affect my tuck... It just makes me feel more in control and more comfortbable at high speed/accelerations.

Just put a big yellow pages behind you when you ride!! Wouldn`t be any diffrent from when you sit on one at the dinner table
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Just put a big yellow pages behind you when you ride!! Wouldn`t be any diffrent from when you sit on one at the dinner table

Ouch.. The funny thing is someone actually thought of that at the track that day... lol

I did put Jaramies seat on my bike, and I believe the best times I got were when I had his Tobin on my bike.. Funny how a seat can make that much of a difference..
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Ouch.. The funny thing is someone actually thought of that at the track that day... lol

I did put Jaramies seat on my bike, and I believe the best times I got were when I had his Tobin on my bike.. Funny how a seat can make that much of a difference..
You have to be comfortable to perform your best
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Thats exactly how I felt too..
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Ouch.. The funny thing is someone actually thought of that at the track that day... lol

I did put Jaramies seat on my bike, and I believe the best times I got were when I had his Tobin on my bike.. Funny how a seat can make that much of a difference..
u just liked it because it was still warm from my ass.
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