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  1. Peto

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    Ha Ha Ha. Pushing 185 chief. So watch that mouth. :wink: Funny, after I typed it I started thinking that you may have taken the picture. I still laugh to myself when I think about the day we were heading home from Seb's and we were cruising down 87 at like 85-90 on that gorgeous day. Then those kids pulled up next to you in, what was it, a maxima? We rolled along and they kept looking over. LOL, you put up your hand and waved goodbye to them and took off, then they were all alone...funny sh!t. I also remember, might have been the same day, when the guy in the Beemer 5 series was racing
  2. Peto

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    Whats up pocono. Whats up Seb. Yes, I live...lol. Been so busy. Haven't had much time for motorcycles... In fact, I checked out my new Elka shock, still in the box, and the sucker leaked all over.... Awesome company though, they paid for it to go back to Canada, they rebuilt it and put on a new spring (I have gained 45 lbs) and sent it back to me. Not too bad for something I bought a year ago. Hope to get with you guys a few times this season. Been in and out of the country...working on something big career wise. I'll get in touch with you crazy characters when i have some time.
  3. Peto

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    Thanks HS... The picture did come out pretty good. Catskills, NY...somewhere near Seb. Buki (Nino) took the pic...
  4. Peto

    Catskills 2008

    That was a fun weekend...
  5. Wow. Lots of progress. Real fine work on the switch wiring. I would ditch the blue ignition wires and go for plain black ones. The oil lines/fittings look great. Overall, the bike looks fantastic so far. You're moving or an investment house?
  6. Peto

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    That's a good shot of the set of twisties. It's really, really short, but good. You must have been there at the crack of dawn, because usually its full of cagers and overflowing with bikes.
  7. Cool picture. Nice helmet. ;p
  8. Good read. Picture with the narrow bridge is neat. Crazy with the bikes in the tree like that...Those sight lines look great, reminds me of Ohio. Gotta get down to AR soem time.
  9. Peto

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    Hey Steve is this the same diner place that we stopped at that time with Anthony? I think its in or near Port Jervis..
  10. Peto

    31 May 2009

    What road? I don't know nuthin' about no road. :rolleyes:
  11. Wow. You are one talented guy. Really nice work.
  12. Well I got it home hooked it up to the pc, then played with it, definitly the throttle postion wire was jacked up cause I could bend the harness and it would change TP% on the screen. I dont know how to unhook the wires on the thing - cut them off shorter and rewire them into the jack? I accidently cut a wire too removing the tape. maybe cut it at both ends and solder in a complete jumper wire...
  13. Really good write up. I enjoyed reading it. That pic of the Blue Ridge with the road winding into the foggy distance is great. Ever work out your PC2 issue?
  14. Peto

    31 May 2009

    First real ride of the year. Every year I ride deeper into the winter and hibernate longer in the Spring. Gotta change that. Anyway, I was up and out of the house by 7AM. Not too bad since I was up late watching UFC despite already having seen all three fights. I had a nice route setup on my Garmin. Most of the roads were new to me that I had been eyeing on maps all winter. I was heading to the Delaware Water Gap National Park Area, then to High Point, and finally, I was going to work my way into New York and go east to Bear Mountain. I did something different this ride; I did about 30 min
  15. Good topic. I tend to push it more when riding with others as I am sure most of us do. I have ridden with at least 20 VFRD members. You know what? I don't know a single one of your last names (except Seebacher(sp?)) or your addresses or whom to contact... It sucks to think about, but we all know, in an instant any one of us can be incommunicado. Then everyone else is standing around looking at each other like a bunch of dopes. I have the cell phone "ICE" thing going, but I may add one of those zipper card things to my equipment... Hope the rider pulls through...
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    Love the shot.
  17. First time I have seen this topic. I don't even know what to say.... good freakin' job. :biggrin:
  18. Nice trip. I have to get myself and my VFR out west sometime, such a different environment to be riding in....
  19. wow, that bike is hurt. I hope it's rider faired better. Looks like you will need all that extra time you have on your hands to rebuild that thing. Some sweet looking forks though.
  20. ...and so the justification has begun. Classic. SC VFR :mad: wife/gf But honey, my love, you just don't understand. This is an investment. You see, due to the increased horsepower, I will only have to use the throttle a little bit, just a fraction of what I was doing before. And, therefore my gas mileage should increase significantly, wear and tear on the intricate cables and stuff should also decrease dramatically too. You understand, right? This will save us a ton of money in the long run. Just think honey, after a few years the kit will pay for itself. After that, its all gravy. We
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