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Old 01-07-2013, 02:15 PM   #46
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not eod but my race ended on lap 3


At least it's the same color as the KTM
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Old 01-07-2013, 02:16 PM   #47
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at least it's the same color as the ktm

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Old 01-08-2013, 07:27 AM   #48
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ouch.. any chance you have about 30-60 more seconds of the start video, I'm looking for my crash...

hangover hare scramble lap 1 from Chris Shafer on Vimeo.




i need to get more aggressive early on I was a bit to content to sit behind slower riders, and i didn't even mentally process those 2 guys where stopped until i was sitting behind them.
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:41 AM   #49
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hangover hare scramble lap 1 from Chris Shafer on Vimeo.



i need to get more aggressive early on I was a bit to content to sit behind slower riders, and i didn't even mentally process those 2 guys where stopped until i was sitting behind them.
You came past me @3:15 a bit after I got run over. @ 3:45 I pull off to the side in front of you wondering why I had no front brake.

My biggest mistake was stopping and then contemplating dropping out of the race over a destroyed rotor while the entire C and 40+ classes passed me. Fortunately my senses came back and I remembered I'm way too cheap to spend $99 and NOT ride.
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Old 01-08-2013, 08:15 AM   #50
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Man, some of you guys had a rough day. My bike got beat up and I got asspacked/cornholed/ran the fawk over but other than very sore, I was intact.

The guy at the 3:11 mark dislocated his shoulder btw.


First 3 mins. I didn't even make it to the first turn before I got ran into the first time (I was shoved into the guy on the honda)






Had a nice little chat with the OP while trying to get my arm to work again (I had gotten clipped in the elbow by a passing bike. Funny story, out of all the other riders out there, the guy to clip me was a buddy I gave a ride to)

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And here is where I got nailed. 100% my fault. I got all screwed up in the rut and fell right in front of the guy.



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Old 01-08-2013, 08:50 AM   #52
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Had a nice little chat with the OP while trying to get my arm to work again (I had gotten clipped in the elbow by a passing bike. Funny story, out of all the other riders out there, the guy to clip me was a buddy I gave a ride to)

I was just stopping to make sure you were ok....it had absolutely nothing to do with the fact I was out of breath

Hope the rest of your day went better...did you ever get that monkey off your back ?
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Old 01-08-2013, 03:07 PM   #53
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crofrog: OUCH on the arm/wrist/finger. :( No fun. Was wondering what is your bike/setup. Currently I'm on a 200EXC with a stock pipe, but the 2 stroke hit/on the pipe is just an explosion. Was listening to your bike and a few other vids with two strokes in them and it seems other guys have a smoother on the pipe transition/when I'm lugging it in mid range your bikes sound like they're getting on the pipe. If that makes any sense. Basically mine seems to be lug it around a bit or full blown throwing dirt everywhere. Should there be some good mid range "on the pipe" action?
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crofrog: OUCH on the arm/wrist/finger. :( No fun. Was wondering what is your bike/setup. Currently I'm on a 200EXC with a stock pipe, but the 2 stroke hit/on the pipe is just an explosion. Was listening to your bike and a few other vids with two strokes in them and it seems other guys have a smoother on the pipe transition/when I'm lugging it in mid range your bikes sound like they're getting on the pipe. If that makes any sense. Basically mine seems to be lug it around a bit or full blown throwing dirt everywhere. Should there be some good mid range "on the pipe" action?
yes. the needle is very important. that's a stock pipe

jetting was

45pj
185mj
CCK 4th clip (from top)

It was a tad to rich. That's really close for 35f sealevel it was 50 should have gone down to 42pj, 3rd clip, 182.

the stock NOZE needles are triple taper and the first taper is much to rich. Good for MX bad for trail riding.
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:27 PM   #55
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That was nuts!
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Old 01-08-2013, 05:07 PM   #56
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yes. the needle is very important. that's a stock pipe

jetting was

45pj
185mj
CCK 4th clip (from top)

It was a tad to rich. That's really close for 35f sealevel it was 50 should have gone down to 42pj, 3rd clip, 182.

the stock NOZE needles are triple taper and the first taper is much to rich. Good for MX bad for trail riding.
Hrm, jetting seems to be ok, I don't foul plugs. I was going more along the lines of power valve. Either it's adjusted wide open almost or it's stuck is the general consensus.
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...did you ever get that monkey off your back ?

Nope, that little bugger was holding on tight
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:38 PM   #58
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Hrm, jetting seems to be ok, I don't foul plugs. I was going more along the lines of power valve. Either it's adjusted wide open almost or it's stuck is the general consensus.
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Old 01-09-2013, 04:02 AM   #59
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So what is the difference

Between a hare scramble and a hare and hound?
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Old 01-09-2013, 06:13 AM   #60
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Between a hare scramble and a hare and hound?
H&H are mostly in the desert and are two separate 30-40ish mile loops rather than 2 hours worth of laps around the same loop of a HS
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