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CRF-Rider,

You have to be the most immature 14 year old I have ever met. And at 14 years old myself Ive met quite a few. Its people like you that give the rest of us a bad rap.

u have all ready killed ur rap cuz u HAVE A XR 100

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u have all ready killed ur rap cuz u HAVE A XR 100

Im 14 and have a 450F? Who cares what you ride :banana:

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Im 14 and have a 450F? Who cares what you ride :banana:

Seriously. Riding is riding and people do it to have fun. The only people that care about the size of bike you ride are the guys that wear fuzzy LBZ gear, do some speed runs and maybe an air wheelie or two, then act like they are the best rider on the face of the planet....what was this thread about again? :busted:

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u have all ready killed ur rap cuz u HAVE A XR 100

15 and have a yz125.... :applause: riding is riding...unless it is you, then riding is putting

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http://auto.howstuffworks.com/framed.htm?parent=sequential-gearbox.htm&url=http://www.vf750fd.com/blurbs/shifting.html

So you were right, CRF-rider, you do need the clutch to shift. The rest of us who actually know how to ride can go clutchless. It's okay, maybe someday you can shift like a big boy!

CORRECT CLONE!, anyone that is a true racer and knows what he has to do to make fast laps on an MX track woluld know that if you use your clutch everytime you shift that half sec, as crf says, will add up to about 15-30 seconds during a full race. CRF you keep using your clutch to shift, and then scratch your head when you wonder why you are getting passed on the corners....straights......... jumps and in the rough areas. Grabbing the clutch everytime you shift "takes some time" while you'r slowing down to shift, everyone else is excellerating, guess 14 isn't old enough to figure that out. :applause: Sorry Your WRONG! :prof::D

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