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Motogymkhana 2019
#61
A is doubtful. That would have to be done through software.

B Definitely! We was going to do it on the C90 if you remember. Which bike are you doing it too and why? It’s not as easy as you think, but it’s definitely achievable.
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#62
The CRF, basically I need to keep the revs up during the tighter turns to reduce the risk of stalling, so I’m using loads of rear brake, this means have to keep my foot forward rather than being on the balls so I keep catching my toes.
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#63
Ahhh!!! I reckon we’ll manage it. It’d be a trial and error scenario though.
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#64
Such is life  Wink
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#65
Plug and play on the idle...

It’s set by the injection rate, not a throttle stop as far as I can make out.... but it is simple.

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#66
Competition day again today. 

Managed to remember the course ok for both runs , but didn’t manage to improve in time though as it was raining second time out and it felt pretty slippy. I did come 15th and bagged a point though!! Oof!
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#67
Getting there eh?!

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#68
Nice one mate. Is it as hard as it sounds?
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#69
(07-07-2019, 06:57 PM)lbk Wrote: Nice one mate. Is it as hard as it sounds?

The hardest part is definitely the remembering the course. Riding it is no big issue, but I need to do a fair bit of practice to improve my technique.
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