Figgy wrote:lol, my white rs80 was kicking ass but the rs250 ran like crap. this 1mile high stuff, wow. she is all fixed now and may 7-8 is my weekend for fun. Well, how i should be able to get the whole BN out is because the BDE had 9 motorcycle incidents and 1 fatal. dont be said the soldier was a retard. 100mph on base, retard. Yeah, once i give the BN the class i can email you the slides and the officer way how to butter up higher uppers. see you guys in may. ride safe
english translation anyone?
Laughing, my white (two-stroke Aprilia) RS80 was running well, but (it's bigger sibling, which I also own) wasn't. The altititude at the track made jetting difficult. The 250 is now jetted correctly, and I hope to be competitive may 7-8, maybe even win the trackday. If you were wondering how I plan to convince the Battalion to come out, it's because the Brigade (a larger grouping of soldiers than a Battalion) has had 9 motorcycle incidents (of which one was fatal) this fiscal year. Don't shed a tear for the fatality, the soldier earned it by crashing while operating his machine at 100MPH within the post limits, so I condemn him. After I give the Battalion's soldiers the class I plan to give on racetracks and how they promote longevity in soldiers by removing the incentive and desire to be jackasses on the streets in the way that ALL racers understand jackassery to be counter to the desire to win races, I can share the powerpoint presentation. Contained within is the magic that successful junior officers learn (and unsuccessful ones don't) that I will use to bedazzle the senior chain of command's eyes and sway their opinion toward the favorable. See you next trackday, be safe.