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Reply to Swap and Adrian from Ride Engineering on pulp 2/24/2021 7:34 AM

I deal with « engineers » in the car world daily. When most fall off their horse they need a manual, schematic and conference call to get the F back on.

Reply to Swap and Adrian from Ride Engineering on pulp 2/23/2021 4:11 PM

If drilling three holes that size in a head tube poses a safety problem with a frame. There might be other problems to worry about with a bike. Not naming any manufacturer names. But have seen enough bikes in two pieces on Vital and they usually are ... more »

Reply to Has anyone else had problems getting gift cards from their Magazine subscribtions? 2/18/2021 3:21 PM

Renewed last fall still never got the RMATV on account or in mail or email. Emailed Michelle never heard back. Guess some companies don’t care and don’t need customers?

Reply to Varner Motorsports issues 2/9/2021 12:35 PM

Tom Morgan is definitely one of the good guys. He loves he does and cares about his customers.

Reply to Passing Barcia 2/3/2021 7:41 AM

Is it worth crashing and losing lots of points or simple finish a spot back and a few points. It’s early in the season for ET. He usually over 30 points back about now and getting ready to attack. Those Atlanta tracks look like Eli style and there’s ... more »

Reply to 2021 MC450’s on the floor ? 1/28/2021 9:17 PM

3bros to have some in a few weeks.

Reply to Lawrence, too much too soon? 1/20/2021 8:44 PM

Mirtl will keep him in line.

Reply to Walker signs with Factory Beta 1/3/2021 9:39 AM

GForce’s factory 300 doesn’t seem to lack any bottom end. Barely see him in the midrange. Aside from a massive hill climb.

Reply to Lucas Oil Cuts Funding for Grassroots Motorsports 12/31/2020 2:14 PM

Definitely supporting Maxima. Never really liked much of Lucas products anyways.

Reply to Varner Motorsports issues 12/18/2020 1:05 PM

I sent an engine to a guru that had it four years. I slowly got pieces of it back during year 3 and 4. Machine work was nice. Originally was to be my engine completed in a three month span. I was lucky to get all of my engine back. Took awhile. Especially ... more »

Reply to Mike Healey on Whiskey Throttle Show 12/12/2020 11:48 AM

There have been a few Trampas Parker interviews in pod form. They are pretty interesting if even just for learning about the GP’s of that era. As fans we may all love MX/SX in the US. But the GP’s in the 80-90s were a whole different level just in terms ... more »

Reply to Whiskey Throttle Show- Mitch Payton part two 12/7/2020 8:27 AM

Definitely could do a part 3

Reply to Is this the same as Rotella? 12/5/2020 12:53 PM

On oil bottles. Always looked for the marking CD. Commercial diesel. Had the most complete additive package. The older Rotella had that.

Reply to Whiskey Throttle - Mitch Payton 11/29/2020 3:18 AM

GL didn’t interrupt with his SA or GP stories? Haven’t listened yet.

Reply to Jason Ellis has been fired....there goes MX on Sirius 11/25/2020 10:07 PM

Howard has been there 14 years now. Sirius claims they have so many subscribers. But lot of people stream and use other networks.

Reply to Surge in bike sales = Low hour deals next year? 11/1/2020 6:00 AM

I was there wed getting some oil and lube. Looked like a vacant warehouse.

Reply to RC Goat Farm becoming Yamaha Camp?! 10/19/2020 9:24 PM

Why would DF go to Fla. He has been in Ca how many years now. Seems to be working for him. DV isn’t going anywhere.

Reply to Shane McElrath 2021? 10/15/2020 6:34 PM

It’s been said many years ago. For SX especially. There was room for a 450 support class.

Reply to Pics of James Stewart on a 250f I took at Perris in 2004. 10/15/2020 7:49 AM

I always wondered. Had he been on that 250f all season. If he wouldn’t had any DNF with it. The Kaw/Suz 250s then weren’t the most reliable. He was almost a sure bet on the 125 for any race.

Reply to Hitch bike carrier questions 10/8/2020 10:21 AM

It’s sort of windy where we trek out to ride in the desert. Sometimes driving in 30-40 mph winds. Side and cross winds tend to make things move and flex. Saves from having to stop and tighten anything up.