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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer
    Well, now we need to hear the story at least..
    Story? What story? No story here!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miykl
    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer
    Well, now we need to hear the story at least..
    Story? What story? No story here!!
    I can neither confirm nor deny any recollection of that action.....
    If you find your self in a fair fight.... your tactics suck....
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    Thanks to Darren (not Hammer) for bringing the face shield cleaning towel. In the past, I've continued riding with the bug guts all day. This ride I started cleaning the shield. Noticed that there's less mental fatigue when your mind doesn't have to figure out what you're seeing with most of the area masked by bug art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F2
    That really is very convenient the way the tail section flips up that way. The monster has something just as handy with its flip up tank. They need to start designing bikes where it's easy to get to parts below the tail, seat, tank, airbox.

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    Hey, that's also a great shot of the freebie helmet that David Ness gave me.

    Thanks man. My HJC is retired. This thing is much nicer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 143LRSD
    Quote Originally Posted by Miykl
    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer
    Well, now we need to hear the story at least..
    Story? What story? No story here!!
    I can neither confirm nor deny any recollection of that action.....
    Move along Nothing to see here....no story...
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    The picture looks as if we're saying a little Italian prayer over James Corell's MV750. Its his first roadside malfunction in 30,000km or more. Seems to be ignition/PCIII/connector related. At least it wasn't a loose spark plug. Peter and I had to pull point for the rest of the day for our ragtag group while he and his wife Dawn rode her Ducati back to camp.
    We all had a great time. F2 and I had a good ride Friday, then the 350 miles on Sat with our smaller, and later starting, group. (8am KSU is too darn early...after drinking) And that MV Agusta F4R is worth every darn penny.

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    I would guess this is Sean checking out his newly installed engine case cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indy
    We all had a great time. F2 and I had a good ride Friday, then the 350 miles on Sat with our smaller, and later starting, group. (8am KSU is too darn early...after drinking) And that MV Agusta F4R is worth every darn penny.
    Sorry I bailed on ya'll. Just couldn't pass up the chance to ride with both groups. I enjoyed being granted the privilage of riding my lowly Jap ST with the exotics!

    Yours and F2's bikes are beautiful pieces of machinery. I'm truely jealous. hmmmmmm.... there may be room for a new toy.......
    Michael
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    Quote Originally Posted by Indy
    I would guess this is Sean checking out his newly installed engine case cover.
    Nope. Checking the status of a very slow coolant leak from the putty patch job almost a year ago. Probably needs a bit more putty, but I'm too lazy to mess with it cause I already put a cox guard on it.

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