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Christmas Race Goodies

Postby EP_Shane_600 » Thu Dec 27, 2012 12:05 pm

Since no one else started it..

Post up what Race Goodies that you got from Santa!!


I dont have a bike so no Race Goodies for me. But Santa got me some Ernesto Fonseca Edition Oakleys :)
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby Roger@Arroyo » Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:08 pm

Lump of coal, but those aren't race goodies...
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby blendedfamily » Thu Dec 27, 2012 5:21 pm

x2. I did get a pretty neat t-shirt though..
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby ZF67 » Fri Dec 28, 2012 1:36 pm

Undershirts, deodorant, hair wax, and vanilla bean hand soap! Best be watching out novice racers!
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby JB_ASMA_29 » Fri Dec 28, 2012 3:09 pm

a sweet job at arroyo
I spend all my free time thinking about the sh!t I'm suppose to be doing
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby ZF67 » Fri Dec 28, 2012 4:41 pm

^^^ :3some: :occasion5:
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby Super Mario » Fri Dec 28, 2012 9:08 pm

Speakers for the house.. And that's it..
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby kz2zx » Fri Dec 28, 2012 11:22 pm

I got a roadracing tie tack, sent from England, where, apparently roadracing's wildly popular. That's all that was motorcycle-related.

For non-m/c stuff, I got a pocket copy of the Constitution. No, not the ship, the document. And a paperback novel.

Oh! And I got to spend about $1700 in diesel parts, fluids, tools (front crankshaft seal install tool...) and, sigh, one more weekend of diesel repair to get the last leak (front crank oil seal). By published estimates, this would have been about $9,000 in labor if brought to the dealer, maybe slightly less at a random diesel shop. Don't forget those Christmastime auto bills, they're REALLY special.
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby JazMan » Sat Dec 29, 2012 1:09 am

Well I got a couple things for the SV,

Italian cartridges for the Forks !!!

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Accossato Brake Master with Galfer superbike brake lines

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Some sweet superlite weight parts from Endurance Engineering

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Basically a bunch of stuff to separate a fool ( a ungawdlly slow fool ) and his money !!!!
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby Dennis » Sat Dec 29, 2012 8:58 am

I got a GoPro! So I can see myself crash...
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby Roger@Arroyo » Sat Dec 29, 2012 9:19 am

Dennis wrote:I got a GoPro! So I can see myself crash...


Got jealous of the rest of us huh?
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby findgold » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:02 am

What! No new front wheel... :drunken:

JazMan wrote:Well I got a couple things for the SV,

Italian cartridges for the Forks !!!

Image

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Accossato Brake Master with Galfer superbike brake lines

Image

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Some sweet superlite weight parts from Endurance Engineering

Image

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Basically a bunch of stuff to separate a fool ( a ungawdlly slow fool ) and his money !!!!
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby findgold » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:12 am

I got to spend Xmas with my Grandsons way back east in Northern VA. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby blendedfamily » Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:20 pm

holy crap! I got half a helmet, as soon as I can get back to work I can save up for the rest of it. Its a good start though. I can put it to use when I high-side Jeff's purty new bike.
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby JazMan » Sat Dec 29, 2012 2:26 pm

findgold wrote:What! No new front wheel... :drunken:


Actually I did get a new front wheel but have it off to the powder coater atm!!, LOL
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby findgold » Sat Dec 29, 2012 6:41 pm

findgold wrote:I got to spend Xmas with my Grandsons way back east in Northern VA. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

And I got a used rear swingarm and wheel (17") from a 09 ex250. still looking for a rear caliper to help slow it down if I should run off the track into the dirt. :alien: :alien:
Still looking for a 17" front end :albino: :alien:
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby speedracer170 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 7:05 pm

kz2zx wrote:I got a roadracing tie tack, sent from England, where, apparently roadracing's wildly popular. That's all that was motorcycle-related.

For non-m/c stuff, I got a pocket copy of the Constitution. No, not the ship, the document. And a paperback novel.

Oh! And I got to spend about $1700 in diesel parts, fluids, tools (front crankshaft seal install tool...) and, sigh, one more weekend of diesel repair to get the last leak (front crank oil seal). By published estimates, this would have been about $9,000 in labor if brought to the dealer, maybe slightly less at a random diesel shop. Don't forget those Christmastime auto bills, they're REALLY special.


You should just burn that truck to the ground and cut your losses.
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby kz2zx » Sat Dec 29, 2012 7:42 pm

speedracer170 wrote:You should just burn that truck to the ground and cut your losses.


Consensus it's not worth ditching if you can do the labor yourself, as long as the block stays in the frame.
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby JazMan » Sat Dec 29, 2012 7:59 pm

kz2zx wrote:I got a roadracing tie tack, sent from England, where, apparently roadracing's wildly popular. That's all that was motorcycle-related.

For non-m/c stuff, I got a pocket copy of the Constitution. No, not the ship, the document. And a paperback novel.

Oh! And I got to spend about $1700 in diesel parts, fluids, tools (front crankshaft seal install tool...) and, sigh, one more weekend of diesel repair to get the last leak (front crank oil seal). By published estimates, this would have been about $9,000 in labor if brought to the dealer, maybe slightly less at a random diesel shop. Don't forget those Christmastime auto bills, they're REALLY special.


I got to ask is it a 6.0L Ford Diesel ???
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Re: Christmas Race Goodies

Postby kz2zx » Sat Dec 29, 2012 8:06 pm

JazMan wrote:
kz2zx wrote:I got a roadracing tie tack, sent from England, where, apparently roadracing's wildly popular. That's all that was motorcycle-related.

For non-m/c stuff, I got a pocket copy of the Constitution. No, not the ship, the document. And a paperback novel.

Oh! And I got to spend about $1700 in diesel parts, fluids, tools (front crankshaft seal install tool...) and, sigh, one more weekend of diesel repair to get the last leak (front crank oil seal). By published estimates, this would have been about $9,000 in labor if brought to the dealer, maybe slightly less at a random diesel shop. Don't forget those Christmastime auto bills, they're REALLY special.


I got to ask is it a 6.0L Ford Diesel ???


Yes. But it's not the usual list of issues, I've either already taken care of all of those or prevented them in passing this time.

There were four separate oil leaks, two required me to pull the oil cooler cover, one a valve cover, and the last one is on the front crankshaft oil seal - this one was 'liveable' so I've waited until this break (and for the tool to arrive). Will replace it tomorrow (it's fucking cold in the garage right now).

Got 200k normal miles from it. Then it just started leaking from all over the engine - all previous dealer work gaskets AFAICT. LONG out of warranty.
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