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  1. didn't realize how many dicweeds and trolls were on this site . just shared knowledge i had and then get called a narc and the trolls keep piling on about me when the discussion was about peds.
  2. spoken like a true paranoid. let me tell you an old story. I was Just out of the military in as good a shape as the military lifestyle allows i was visiting my old friend who had become a local legend in the drag race world. he gets a call and says to me "i have to adjust a carb come with me and then we will go eat". on the way there he tells me "just don't say anything when we get there". this guy has armed guards. like right out of the movies a huge two story mansion surrounded by a concrete block fence with keypad intercom entry. It had a two deep garage for 8 or 10 cars . before i got that close though i first was scrutinized by the scumbag that owned the place. my friend shook hands first then he introduced me he came right out and asked me " are you a narc you look like a narc" I laughed out loud being 10 foot tall and bulletproof "the military does that to you" and i looked him in the eye and told him "I would never get past your defenses, you already think i'm a narc. only somebody that looks like your people and acts like your people can get that close to you". He looked at me and laughed "you are right i will watch those closest to me". all was good after that, he led my friend and i to the giant garage and each car was more legendary than the last. Shelby gt500, hemi barracuda, stingray corvette, big block camaro ss, were some that i remember and the one my buddy worked on was a 1969 Chevelle 454 super-sport 4 speed. A day i will never forget. a few years later that property ended up in the news as dea and local sheriffs finally busted him. all assets were auctioned off and the mansion is now a county office building.
  3. you missed the point entirely "narcs" Narcotics officers will blend in and you know i don't blend in.
  4. Paranoid much? too funny that's the reason i can't be a narc. real narcs are undetectable. what criminal would trust criminal information with somebody that looks like me? no, the real narcs will get past all your defenses before they bust you.
  5. James Murphy

    Bigger bikes for bigger people.

    not one competition bike is ergonomically set up for anyone over 5'9 much less 6'2. review the data compiled by https://2tallracing.com/ so i start with a larger crf250r at 230lbs and grow it till the cockpit is expanded but it still weighs 230 + lbs or i start with a 197 lb bike and expand it till it fits me and i have a 197 + lb bike. meh, you might be right but i have the bike and these parts are cheap enough and bolt on so i am going to see how this turns out.
  6. James Murphy

    Bigger bikes for bigger people.

    I am a bit tall but not overly at 6'2 but most bikes are made for the average competitor height of 5'7 - 5'9 . my xr650l is nicely spaced out in the cockpit no complaints here but it weighs a ton at 346 pounds not exactly a lightweight. It's fun for fire roads and wide open spaces. i bought a used crf150r and i am going to stretch it raise it and increase cc's ie big bore kit till i have an under 200 lb fun bike I saw that https://2tallracing.com/ has been mentioned a must read for any rider over 5 foot 9 the rubber block that raises the gas tank could be done with two lengths of pvc pipe. the tank mounts can be extended with aluminum risers and longer bolts. crf rear subframe is not aluminum so pretty easy to cut and weld longer at my local cycle shop here is another company with a riser kit http://www.gwiz.mx/riser-kits.html taller foam or complete taller seat http://www.sdg-innovations.com/ lower pegs https://fastwayperformance.com/footpegs.html#evo3 lower and to the rear raise bike one inch http://www.faster-minis.com/suspension-bbr-adjusable-linkage-honda-crf150r.html but bbr no longer makes them but somebody will make it again "crosses fingers". triple clamps mounts bars forward and higher http://www.rswracing.com/crf150r.htm a few high bends are available one popular one is the crf150r adult bar https://www.renthal.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=2028 do a google search for motorcycle fork extenders and you will see many variations on the theme. well i haven't found the best source for extending forks but it has been done numerous times already here is one example http://traxxion.com/product/extended-fork-cap-15mm-big-piston-fork-zx600r-showa/ or https://www.dirt-bike-store.com/Prolonguateurs_fork_48_48mm-shop_view-1443-591.html some here have already extended swingarms by cutting and welding I don't weld so i am looking for another option. a shop that will modify one for me or a ready made longer swingarm. that's all for now but will keep you posted.
  7. steroids are old even passe. major league baseball throwing faster than 100-mph with a combination of bcp 157 and (SARMs) Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs) are a class of therapeutic compounds that have similar properties to anabolic agents, but with reduced androgenic properties. This property allows SARMs the advantage of androgen-receptor specificity, tissue selectivity, and the lack of steroid-related side effects.Nov 18, 2015
  8. all moot anyway, "and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do." https://www.forbes.com/sites/reenitadas/2017/12/14/gene-editing-with-crispr-cas9-the-next-step-in-human-evolution-to-be-worth-25-billion-by-2030/#574b45ac449f http://crisprcas9.fr/can-we-make-super-athletes-by-modifying-genes ... gene doping involves inserting DNA for the purpose of enhancing athletic performance.” https://athletigen.com/ https://geneticliteracyproject.org/2015/06/23/will-genetic-cyber-athletes-come-to-dominate-sports/ "a new generation of bioengineered performance-enhancing agents that can transform also-rans into gold medalists." "in the coming age of the cyber-athlete, detection of genetic enhancement is all but impossible." "Olympic authorities have traditionally taken a hard line: Genetic engineering to improve performance is wrong. As former U.S. Olympic scientist Tim Conrad said a decade ago, “Anything you did not get from God is illegal." ".
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