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  1. squidkilla

    Want to do an MX race for fun....

    awesome, sounds like a plan guys. I will be in touch for sure
  2. squidkilla

    where to buy number plate decals

    Max, I've never raced mx. We use painted number plates in the form of racing I did. By the way, I'm a WERA/CCS expert and have done over 40 road races. What about you?
  3. squidkilla

    I got Cancer, You might too...

    Best of luck, you will be in my thoughts. My uncle had testicular cancer (he smoked a lot) when he was in his early twenties. He survived and went on to have kids. You seem mentally tough so I think you will be ok
  4. squidkilla

    where to buy number plate decals

    that is really nice bro thanks again for everyone's input
  5. squidkilla

    Front or rear brake

    I don't think he was, but I'll let him speak for himself. I don't think he even roadraces Trail braking: yea, pretty much required to go fast. What about it? Road racing is all about carrying speed, like most other motorsports. Don't misunderstand what I'm trying to get across. Yes, of course you need to be good on brakes. But being on the brakes will not do anything for you in that sport. Being on the gas will I'd like to know how using the rear brake will help you win races if it doesn't help much to begin with? And please don't tell me its to square off the corner. I was never pro, but raced for 5 years (even nationally) and hold an expert license. I know you raced as an amateur, I respect you as a fellow racer, but please don't come at me with that bull$hit bro. I know who you are and your race number. Anyway, I think this topic is going in the wrong direction. Thank you to the guys that contributed your input. Much appreciated /unsubscribing
  6. squidkilla

    Front or rear brake

    I am talking about road racing sport bikes, not dirt bikes. Obviously you have to be good on the brakes to be a good racer. But you don't do $hit for laptimes by being on the brakes in road racing. The less time on the brakes, the better. Grab it hard and then back on the gas
  7. squidkilla

    where to buy number plate decals

    thank you guys, awesome
  8. squidkilla

    Front or rear brake

    I can't agree with that. Its not the brakes that will shave off laptimes in road racing anyway, its the gas ride safe
  9. Where can I buy number plate decals (i need a black decal with my number on it). There are currently some on my bike, but it is the previous owners. Also, does anyone know if they permit 3 digit race numbers in District 7? Thanks
  10. squidkilla

    Want to do an MX race for fun....

    haha same thing happens in road racing with the X. Listen, thanks again for all of your help. Hopefully I will see you guys at the track!
  11. squidkilla

    Want to do an MX race for fun....

    sweet! I'm looking forward to this. I went to sign up for my D7 membership but it is asking for AMA number. Is this required to join? I know someone said earlier you can buy the AMA membership at the track? Does D7 maintain the racer's number or do I get that from the AMA.
  12. squidkilla

    Want to do an MX race for fun....

    Hey thanks man I appreciate that. I will let you know for sure. How intense is the 30+ C class? (is there one at Blue Diamond)?
  13. squidkilla

    Want to do an MX race for fun....

    thanks again.
  14. squidkilla

    Front or rear brake

    Thank you and thanks to everyone for the feedback
  15. squidkilla

    Front or rear brake

    Strange, I have been pitted with AMA riders (at Daytona CCS) that never touched their back brakes. I personally have only known 1 rider that used his rear brakes during road racing and he was a former flat tracker
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