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Author:  titan performance [ Mon Apr 08, 2019 11:55 am ]
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Bike looks great...super set of results this weekend. Well done to you and Gary.

Author:  jabcb [ Tue Apr 09, 2019 3:46 am ]
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Congrats on building that sweet racer and getting those race results. Have fun keeping up that good work! :up: :up: :up:

Author:  Zunspec4 [ Tue Apr 09, 2019 3:32 pm ]
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Thanks guys. Next race at Pembrey on 4/5th May.

Cheers Geoff

Author:  Zunspec4 [ Sat Apr 13, 2019 6:00 pm ]
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I purchased a few photos from the CRMC snapper.

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Author:  Suspensionking [ Sun Apr 14, 2019 3:08 pm ]
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Very Cool Geoff and well done Gary.

Bike loos great on and off the track kwwp up the great work and good luck for the next race weekend.


cheers

Eamonn :clap:

Author:  johnu [ Tue Apr 16, 2019 2:28 pm ]
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Nice one Geoff :clap: :up: Been down to Pembrey a couple of times when I used to race karts. Long drive from kent :wth:

Author:  Zunspec4 [ Wed Apr 17, 2019 1:09 am ]
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johnu wrote:
Nice one Geoff :clap: :up: Been down to Pembrey a couple of times when I used to race karts. Long drive from kent :wth:

Hi johnu

It's a long drive from Trowbridge and I'm already half was there compared to you lol :D . We have won at Pembrey before so hoping for positive results.

Cheers Geoff

Author:  Zunspec4 [ Wed Apr 17, 2019 1:11 am ]
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Suspensionking wrote:
Very Cool Geoff and well done Gary.

Bike loos great on and off the track kwwp up the great work and good luck for the next race weekend.

cheers

Eamonn :clap:

Thanks, Eamonn. We are looking forward to it and hoping the van is warmer than it was at Castle Combe :D

Cheers Geoff

Author:  Zunspec4 [ Wed Apr 17, 2019 1:11 am ]
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Suspensionking wrote:
Very Cool Geoff and well done Gary.

Bike looks great on and off the track kwwp up the great work and good luck for the next race weekend.

cheers

Eamonn :clap:

Thanks, Eamonn. We are looking forward to it and hoping the van is warmer at night than it was at Castle Combe :D

Cheers Geoff

Author:  dollydog [ Wed Apr 17, 2019 1:35 pm ]
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looking at those eyes, gary's definitely still up for it :D
pembrey from my house is 203 miles, i learnt to drive a car driving there and back the first time we went. aberdare on the saturday, pembrey on the sunday, back to work totally knackered on the monday :D took my test a month later and passed first go :)
cheers, dd.

Author:  Zunspec4 [ Wed Apr 17, 2019 2:27 pm ]
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Hi dd,

Both crew and rider were a bit rusty, we had a busy 3 days getting up to speed. We've had good results at Pembrey so we are looking forward to it.

Cheers Geoff

Author:  Zunspec4 [ Fri May 10, 2019 9:45 am ]
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We raced at Pembrey last weekend. 2 x 3rd, 2nd and a win.

Not too bad but the bikes performance fell into two categories 1. Going good 2. I don't know?

1. The engine performed strongly on all days, I only changed main jets once (1 leaner as temp came up on Sunday p.m.)

2. The high falulootin Seeley chassis and bling Maxton suspension was giving spincter tightening chatter which prevented Gary from exploiting the engine. We never found a cure for it. The front end is being stripped and serviced (and returned to factory settings so we can start again)

We had a Marquee pit, with electric (handy for the fan heater in the van at night too :up: )
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Cheers Geoff

Author:  Zunspec4 [ Mon Aug 05, 2019 8:06 am ]
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Well were out at the CRMC Classic Festival at the weekend with Richard Llewellin riding. An encouraging start is that the suspension issue with the forks has been solved. The not quite so positive news is the it took us until the last race on Sunday to finally get the jetting near right. Conditions were very humid and hot and we somehow lost 2000 rpm on our usual baseline settings. Eventually solved by going down from 360 to 320 mains (and could have gone leaner still). 2nd in the last race and if Richard had a bit more practise at getting it off line we would have been challenging for the win.

We also shared our pit with these two miscreants
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A genuine Hailwood Honda RC174 and a George Beale replica.

Dang noisy little so an so's though :D

https://www.flickr.com/photos/zunspec/48457239862/in/dateposted-public/

Our pit :
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Cheers Geoff

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