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I love them too. Thats my newest little toy. Its just a 650 with all the goodies, and that little thing RUNS!!! This has been the most fun Jamboree Ive had in about 3 years. Its been along time since Ive been able to just keep lining up and not worry about it getting hot, or wearing it out, or whatever. And thats just what I did all weekend long. I raced and raced and raced and raced and raced and when I was done doing that, I raced some more
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On Sunday we entered it in the Limited class and my jockey (justryn) won. Then we entered his bike (yellow Z-400) in the Outlaw (unlimited) and he made it the semi-final round. Earlier, my wife on her Outlander dominated the Utility class, undefeated. Actually, she is undefeated at this race for the last two Jamborees. So we entered 3 classes and brought home wood in 2 of them. Id say it was a pretty good weekend.
 

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QUOTE (Goodsound @ Oct 6 2008, 07:03 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=12550I love them too. Thats my newest little toy. Its just a 650 with all the goodies, and that little thing RUNS!!! This has been the most fun Jamboree Ive had in about 3 years. Its been along time since Ive been able to just keep lining up and not worry about it getting hot, or wearing it out, or whatever. And thats just what I did all weekend long. I raced and raced and raced and raced and raced and when I was done doing that, I raced some more
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On Sunday we entered it in the Limited class and my jockey (justryn) won. Then we entered his bike (yellow Z-400) in the Outlaw (unlimited) and he made it the semi-final round. Earlier, my wife on her Outlander dominated the Utility class, undefeated. Actually, she is undefeated at this race for the last two Jamborees. So we entered 3 classes and brought home wood in 2 of them. Id say it was a pretty good weekend.


Nice pics mark!
 

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that would of been mine. I bought a frame from a fella from kansas(wont say any names) and it had a weak link in the rear shock linkage. I had mentioned it a few times to a few people but never did anything about it. Let elliot take it for a spin and it gave way. It was going to happen it was just a matter of when. Im just glad it happened at about 5 miles an hour and not fifty. [censored] happens
I just wanted to say thanks again to everyone that helped me get it welded back together at 7 oclock at night on a saturday. Probablly the coolest bunch of guys ive been around.
 

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Ya Jeff, I was riding it. I felt like crap, but Jesse and I were in his garage and we both talked about it and it finally happened. We got her goin and Jesse did a great job ridin it on sunday! Great Job Jesse! Had a great weekend!
 

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QUOTE (jesse1004 @ Oct 6 2008, 05:37 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=12580that would of been mine. I bought a frame from a fella from kansas(wont say any names) and it had a weak link in the rear shock linkage. I had mentioned it a few times to a few people but never did anything about it. Let elliot take it for a spin and it gave way. It was going to happen it was just a matter of when. Im just glad it happened at about 5 miles an hour and not fifty. [censored] happens
I just wanted to say thanks again to everyone that helped me get it welded back together at 7 oclock at night on a saturday. Probablly the coolest bunch of guys ive been around.
any pics of the frame...
 

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The times wernt legit considering the timing system doesnt have gaurd beams, and 60ft sensors. With that being said, the fastest two stroke time was a 4.1x. The fastest 4stroke time was 4.60
 
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