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 Post subject: SORCS IRONMAN
PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2017 6:35 pm 
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I'm running the Vintage class because I'm an old fart ::smirk::
I'll be doing it on a RM250

Then I'll be sweep riding on my new YZ450FX ::yippie:: In the afternoon race
See yall there ::tricycle::

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 Post subject: Re: SORCS IRONMAN
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So can I do Vintage on my yz250 since I am old too, Sasquatch?


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 Post subject: Re: SORCS IRONMAN
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I should be there on the new sherco.


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 Post subject: Re: SORCS IRONMAN
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DAVID REWIS wrote:
So can I do Vintage on my yz250 since I am old too, Sasquatch?



Yep...as long as it a 2002 or older bike. Kinda wish that Eddie had made it even older...say..1990 or older

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 Post subject: Re: SORCS IRONMAN
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DAVID REWIS wrote:
So can I do Vintage on my yz250 since I am old too, Sasquatch?



Yep...as long as it a 2002 or older bike. Kinda wish that Eddie had made it even older...say..1990 or older

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Now that would be cool! ::up::

I'll be there. 40B

What will you be driving Dennis? If I see you I'd like to say hello.


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 Post subject: Re: SORCS IRONMAN
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ONLY 3 DAYS till we get to race this AWESOME course again! It was a blast when it was so dry, its going to be OFF THE CHAIN now that they have gotten some rain down there. Dont miss this one!


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Think I might run the Vintage class. My bike should qualify, 2000 YZ265.


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Dchap wrote:
Think I might run the Vintage class. My bike should qualify, 2000 YZ265.



Yep....come on down...we'll have a blast!!
I'm picking the RM250 up tomorrow evening....setting the sag for Sasquatch weight ::paranoia:: ....and racing it Sunday morning ::racing::

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Dchap wrote:
Think I might run the Vintage class. My bike should qualify, 2000 YZ265.



Yep....come on down...we'll have a blast!!
I'm picking the RM250 up tomorrow evening....setting the sag for Sasquatch weight ::paranoia:: ....and racing it Sunday morning ::racing::

DJ

Going to throw a few washers on top of the spring?

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dennisyz450 wrote:
Dchap wrote:
Think I might run the Vintage class. My bike should qualify, 2000 YZ265.



Yep....come on down...we'll have a blast!!
I'm picking the RM250 up tomorrow evening....setting the sag for Sasquatch weight ::paranoia:: ....and racing it Sunday morning ::racing::

DJ

Going to throw a few washers on top of the spring?



I have a spring that came off of a 64 Impala...I may just put it on the bike ::smirk::

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Back to you

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 Post subject: Re: SORCS IRONMAN
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Ran Vintage class on my ole RM250
The bike did just fine...I didn't have time to bleed brakes...lower pedal..etc. and it cost me the win. I boiled fluid about every 2 miles...I'd slow way down and let them cool down...then back on the gas. With that said...I'll take my second place and go on about my business. I had a blast ::yippie::
Thanks to Eddie and crew and to Anthony too........hey...I'm a poet ::rotf::
I then did a little sweep riding on my new YZ45oFX
After doing 6 laps on the old RM...my new YZ felt like I had died and gone to dirt bike heaven. And...I think I saw Jesus...he was on a Yamaha too ::smirk::
I am confused by something though...5 of my 6 laps showed me in 1st place when I went through the scanner...I was not passed by any other vintage bikes on the last lap....then when I took the checkered it said 2nd....weird. When I looked at the posted results..it showed me second every lap. Someone please enlighten me on why the scanner showed one thing and the paperwork showed another. I'm just an ole Sasquatch...never clamed to be smart ::up::
Either way....fun for sure..great to see old friends ::cheers::

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Whoever was in front of you had some type of transponder scoring issue. Probably wasn't listed in the right class in the computer as the transponder was programmed to. It will show up for him as "class unknown" or something like that, therefore not being scored against you. This is why they hand score also. They can sometimes get it straightened out during the race, but if not, shortly thereafter they get it all synced in. Make any sense?

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 Post subject: Re: SORCS IRONMAN
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Judging by the SORCS Facebook page a lot of people had scoring issues just like yours.

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