1st hit after 3 plus years

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Coltrane

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Man if that's the first hit, with some suspension tuning that thing will be FLYING! It's smacking down and unloading (I think?) so once that front end can travel and stay put that thing should ride out really hard.
 
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bbcolds

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Nov 1, 2009
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Has suspension limiters on the front that only allows about 3 in of travel until the front tires come of the ground. Only added the wheelie bars because I took a lot of weight off the front Was kinda surprised that it road the bars as long as it did. Going to play with bar height next time out and maybe take them off. Looking for at least 5.50's 1/8th mile and high 8's 1/4 on pump gas.
 
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bbcolds

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Coos Bay. Hmmmm. I graduated from Marshfield High School there in 1976. Still love visiting that area. Lots of great memories

Graduated up the road at Siuslaw HS in Florence in 72. Still have family living there.
 

bracketchev1221

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Don’t be afraid to loosen the front end up and let it go up. You have the wheelie bars use them. 6.0 is on par for a 9.50. Mine on a good day put the front wheels 18-24” in the air
 
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