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5/27/2017 4:34 PM

To win! It looks like ET3 doesn't have the lucky charms it takes to be a champion. He has the speed and training, but something is missing on execution.

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5/27/2017 4:43 PM

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

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5/27/2017 4:48 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

Enjoy the dumbgeon

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I used to think I was indecisive, but now I'm not too sure.

5/27/2017 4:53 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

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5/27/2017 4:53 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

How about you just shut the fuck up. Your Saturday is so shitty you are posting this type of shit?

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5/27/2017 4:54 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

Gandorlf wrote:

Enjoy the dumbgeon

Enjoy the sarcasm.

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5/27/2017 4:54 PM

I hear altitude also affects proper sprocket bolt torque.

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5/27/2017 4:55 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

GreaseMeter wrote:

How about you just shut the fuck up. Your Saturday is so shitty you are posting this type of shit?

You're not from around these parts are you?

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5/27/2017 4:57 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

See, I thought it was the opposite. Since he's at a higher elevation the sun comes up way sooner. Thus he's up at 0200. He's exhausted by noon.

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5/27/2017 4:59 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

GreaseMeter wrote:

How about you just shut the fuck up. Your Saturday is so shitty you are posting this type of shit?

Shut up greaseeater.

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5/27/2017 4:59 PM

Dungey is in Tomac a head.

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5/27/2017 5:07 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/27/2017 5:07 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

GreaseMeter wrote:

How about you just shut the fuck up. Your Saturday is so shitty you are posting this type of shit?

Sionara...

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5/27/2017 5:09 PM

Wow, that escalated quickly. Calm down guys, you are completely hijacking my thread with your stupid insults.

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5/27/2017 5:11 PM

CrGuy2T wrote:

Dungey is in Tomac a head.

Did typing Tomac's name get you all flustered and cause you to mess up your sentence?

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5/27/2017 5:12 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

I see what you did there! Ha!

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much ty. How to spot a paid forum poster/artificial forum traffic producer (see list of actions/phrases below):

Copius pattern amounts of phrases like “Anyone have”..., “Anybody know?”.... and their variations.

Thoughts?
Any help is appreciated!
Thanks in advance!





5/27/2017 5:14 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/27/2017 7:01 PM

PTECH wrote:

I hear altitude also affects proper sprocket bolt torque.

It's not the bolts, but the altitude throws a torque wrench out of calibration. That's why factory teams carry a high altitude wrench set.

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5/27/2017 6:38 PM

PTECH wrote:

I hear altitude also affects proper sprocket bolt torque.

Ebs wrote:

It's not the bolts, but the altitude throws a torque wrench out of calibration. That's why factory teams carry a high altitude wrench set.



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5/27/2017 6:49 PM

GreaseMeter wrote:

How about you just shut the fuck up. Your Saturday is so shitty you are posting this type of shit?

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5/27/2017 6:50 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/27/2017 6:59 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

laughing laughing laughing Did you go to school in Georgia by chance?
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5/27/2017 6:57 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

GreaseMeter wrote:

How about you just shut the fuck up. Your Saturday is so shitty you are posting this type of shit?

Chill out brah! Apparently you don't see the sarcasm in his post. I couldn't even imagine what you'd do if you seen the post where people were claiming Roczen was the reason for Tomacs arm pump. And they claimed that to be no joke.

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5/27/2017 7:11 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

GreaseMeter wrote:

How about you just shut the fuck up. Your Saturday is so shitty you are posting this type of shit?

1st Amendment wrote:

Chill out brah! Apparently you don't see the sarcasm in his post. I couldn't even imagine what you'd do if you seen the post where people were claiming Roczen was the reason for Tomacs arm pump. And they claimed that to be no joke.

I get it was sarcastic and meant to be "humorous" but come on. A lot of people would benefit from actually owning a dirt bike and riding on this forum.

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5/27/2017 7:16 PM

GreaseMeter wrote:

I get it was sarcastic and meant to be "humorous" but come on. A lot of people would benefit from actually owning a dirt bike and riding on this forum.

Dude, just stop.

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5/27/2017 7:18 PM

GreaseMeter wrote:

I get it was sarcastic and meant to be "humorous" but come on. A lot of people would benefit from actually owning a dirt bike and riding on this forum.

Like the ex pro you told to shut the fuck up?

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5/27/2017 7:22 PM

Ebs wrote:

It's not the bolts, but the altitude throws a torque wrench out of calibration. That's why factory teams carry a high altitude wrench set.

30% less oxygen at Durango's altitude means you need a minimum of 30% more cowbell to compensate.

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5/27/2017 7:26 PM

Hut wrote:

Like the ex pro you told to shut the fuck up?

Hey, greezybeefer, open mouth and insert foot.

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5/27/2017 7:34 PM

slipdog wrote:

The problem is he lives in Colorado and trains at elevation. It's well known that the higher the elevation you are the sooner the sun goes down. With less sunlight do to the sun being blocked by the earth many thousand feet earlier than the rest of the country, he suffers from a lack of vitamin D which causes inconsistent athletic performance. It's simple math.

Harry Backmon wrote:

See, I thought it was the opposite. Since he's at a higher elevation the sun comes up way sooner. Thus he's up at 0200. He's exhausted by noon.

You are partially correct, higher elevation means he's actually closer to the sun which makes it stay sunny longer. So it actually comes up sooner AND stays out later.

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5/27/2017 7:50 PM

GreaseMeter wrote:

How about you just shut the fuck up. Your Saturday is so shitty you are posting this type of shit?

I swear, like clockwork every week there is another dumbass on here.

This week it's between you and FalseNeutral...

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5/27/2017 8:29 PM

If 8-3=5 for California, then yes the sun would set around 6 in Colorado.

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5/27/2017 8:52 PM

FalseNeutral wrote:

Wow, that escalated quickly. Calm down guys, you are completely hijacking my thread with your stupid insults.

That's the way it works around here, for threads created by short bus passengers. Next stop........CARTERSVILLE.

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5/27/2017 9:17 PM

GreaseMeter wrote:

I get it was sarcastic and meant to be "humorous" but come on. A lot of people would benefit from actually owning a dirt bike and riding on this forum.

Haha, if you only knew....

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