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Old 04-21-2013, 08:35 AM   #901
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I think you mean # 88 instead of 87. LAMEco Racing is # 88 & 888.
I have both your biks 88 & 888 listed as paid PLUS# 87
The pit will be located just before the left turn that puts you back on the Pavment at San Jaunico

I will post the Latitude and londitude data very soon.Our Support personnel are out today setting the PIN.
then you can load it in your gps and mark your Road book

Here is where the pit will be.
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Old 04-21-2013, 12:08 PM   #902
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I just wanted to say thanks for putting this together BD.

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Old 04-21-2013, 12:28 PM   #903
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Yes thanks Mark !!
I was just if norra had a radio freq?
is SAR The same as score events ?
is the weatherman channel active ?
just setting up my radio
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Old 04-21-2013, 01:01 PM   #904
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Yes thanks Mark !!
I was just if norra had a radio freq?
is SAR The same as score events ?
is the weatherman channel active ?
just setting up my radio

We will be running on the Weatherman freq
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Old 04-21-2013, 01:28 PM   #905
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We will be running on the Weatherman freq
Ok then, can we remane that freq. to the "GuerroMan" channel?
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Old 04-21-2013, 01:42 PM   #906
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Ok then, can we remane that freq. to the "GuerroMan" channel?
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Old 04-21-2013, 02:01 PM   #907
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"GuerroMan" channel it is then !!
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Old 04-21-2013, 10:14 PM   #908
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something I just thought of, sorry I didn't sooner.....

Taking car & bike parts across the border could cause problems. Motor parts especially. Look up how to avoid the problem. Hopefully you know about this already and have taken precausions to setup a "proper import." Regardless of ownership, and regardless of intended use, if you don't "properly import" the parts, they will try to collect a "tax" on it at the border and you will be delayed and will have to pull enough cash to pay the "tax" that they levy.

I hope you've thought of this prior and I am not even kidding about the trouble this can cause you. I think you know that I lived in TJ for years and I drove across the border every day. Sometimes with tires, engine parts, engines, wheels etc.... nearly every time I was stopped I was sent to secondary for the "tax" collection.
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Mention to HogWild which way the wind is blowing where you're at, wait 20 minutes, and he'll post a picture of the intersection your at and a Google Earth route of how to get there.
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:52 AM   #909
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something I just thought of, sorry I didn't sooner.....

Taking car & bike parts across the border could cause problems. Motor parts especially. Look up how to avoid the problem. Hopefully you know about this already and have taken precausions to setup a "proper import." Regardless of ownership, and regardless of intended use, if you don't "properly import" the parts, they will try to collect a "tax" on it at the border and you will be delayed and will have to pull enough cash to pay the "tax" that they levy.

I hope you've thought of this prior and I am not even kidding about the trouble this can cause you. I think you know that I lived in TJ for years and I drove across the border every day. Sometimes with tires, engine parts, engines, wheels etc.... nearly every time I was stopped I was sent to secondary for the "tax" collection.
I know venders that have had issues with "import" duties in the past and some even stopped selling race related products at SCORE contingency due to taxes. But the key here is that they were going to Baja to sell products.

I've been on some of the largest Trophy Truck teams to race in Baja, many of who support their race efforts with Semi-trucks full of spare parts and equipment. When crossing the semi's will have an inventory to make inspection faster, but no tax is paid.

When chasing, I'm in a 3/4 ton long bed truck with a utility bed that is full of spare parts and fluids. In the bed of the truck there usually 4 spare tires, a spare transmission, radiator, drive shaft, rear end, along with several alternators, brake calipers, etc., etc. all of which are typically brand new. On the rare occasion we get pulled into secondary, you simply tell them you are mechanics for the Baja Mil and they look for drums of fuel before letting you go. I have not missed a single Baja 1000 since 1993 and I have NEVER been asked to pay duty on spare race parts.
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Old 04-22-2013, 07:57 AM   #910
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The BAJA DAD Remote pit will be about .25 miles north of San Jaunico
26.15.54N
112.28.42W

Look for a BAJA DAD pit sign
They will be very close to Mag 7 (so they can help each other)
Good Luck, Have fun and see you in Mexico on Friday
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Old 04-23-2013, 01:48 PM   #911
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Course is basically identical to last year except SS2 on Day 3 and of course, the Super Secret Special on Day 4. Otherwise looks identical from 10,000'
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Old 04-23-2013, 02:12 PM   #912
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Course is basically identical to last year except SS2 on Day 3 and of course, the Super Secret Special on Day 4.
You missed a little something!
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Old 04-23-2013, 02:46 PM   #913
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The BAJA DAD Remote pit will be about .25 miles north of San Jaunico
26 15.54N 112 28.42W
That coordinate is not on the course, and not North of town. It's on the beach just East of town.

This coordinate is on the course and is just North of town, at an intersection: 26 15.746'N 112 28.697'W
This point is in the roadbook at mile 7.84 (AKA "L140"), which is after a mid-stage odometer reset. I would guess your pit is at this point based on your earlier Google Earth image.
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:14 PM   #914
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That coordinate is not on the course, and not North of town. It's on the beach just East of town.

This coordinate is on the course and is just North of town, at an intersection: 26 15.746'N 112 28.697'W
This point is in the roadbook at mile 7.84 (AKA "L140"), which is after a mid-stage odometer reset. I would guess your pit is at this point based on your earlier Google Earth image.
Then Mag 7 will be sitting on the beach along side my pit !
26 15 54N
112 28 42W is what the Mag 7 Race director sent me

I just rechecked it it is dead on the road north of town
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Old 04-23-2013, 05:02 PM   #915
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Then Mag 7 will be sitting on the beach along side my pit !
26. 15.54N
112. 28.42W is what the Mag 7 Race director sent me

I just rechecked it it is dead on the road north of town
Those coordinates above are on the beach....but these coordinates are on the road... 26 15' 54"N 112 28' 42"W
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