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Just for those still sitting on the fence, I wanted to let you know that going over to the dark side is COOL! :thumbsup: While riding home tonight/this morning at 3:00 AM :awww: I finally got Linco's sticky rear tires to break loose and backed it into a couple of corners! I wonder if the temperature of 37 degrees had anything to do with it :devil::lol:

Now, for those of you that are still thinking of taking the plunge, break out the check book and JUST DO IT :D

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A little secret I learned from the fast guys last week at

the track day I went to. If you want to back it in and you get the old wheel chatter when you downshift 2 or 3x before the turn, let the clutch only 3/4 of the way to get the rear to break loose. This will stop the wheel from hopping!! :thumbsup:

Man those conti's are sticky huh!! :devil:

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I am on my way...

I can taste it... Cant wait. The cash is definitely flowing in the correct direction. :thumbsup:

Gonna be doin mad Supermoto wheelies in no time. :devil:

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I'm almost there!

Rear end is built and on. Right down to the lowering links to the sliders.

Waiting for the front rotor to arrivie, mount it and bang done! Can't friggin' wait! :thumbsup:

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