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Phillip Island: Trackday 23rd October

There's a few going down for next Friday's PI trackday

Myself: F4 1000
Cliff: F4 1000

Chuck: 1098s
Quent: 1198s
Serge: 999s
Harry: 848
Snohman: F4 750 {in beautiful pearly white now!)

Dont let those grubby Dukes outnumber the Beautiful MV's
Help the cause now... we're a friendly bunch

Dino, Adam and all Melbournians...pull the digit out !

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yo Pete cant man Iam on the gold cost on the 23rd.

Ill be there in spirit if that helps.......
have a blast, I want to see heaps of pics....oops I forgot who I was talking too
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shhhh, It's not quite done yet...
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said paint job nearly caused an accident today... someone was looking at it and not the road ahead..

got my suspension set up properly now looking forward to this,fingers crossed for good weather
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Snohman: F4 750 {in beautiful pearly white now!)
when did you sneak a peak?
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shhhh, It's not quite done yet...
yea you need some carbon rims
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yea you need some carbon rims

I have considered it but don't think they'll go with the scheme...

quick question, mirrors taped or removed?
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I have considered it but don't think they'll go with the scheme...

quick question, mirrors taped or removed?
I remove everything , mirrors, rear lights....less to crash

Mirrors are tricky if you haven't done it before...rear unit comes out completely as one.
Must unbolt and lift ECU to get to main bolts and loosen one exhaust to do it though,

Just go with taping the mirrors if you're concerned.

Saw your bike ages ago getting done...Rob showed me.
Looks like Colin's bike from Japan
Very nice.

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I remove everything , mirrors, rear lights....less to crash

Mirrors are tricky if you haven't done it before...rear unit comes out completely as one.
Must unbolt and lift ECU to get to main bolts and loosen one exhaust to do it though,

Just go with taping the mirrors if you're concerned.

Saw your bike ages ago getting done...Rob showed me.
Looks like Colin's bike from Japan
Very nice.

mirrors arn't that bad, just getting the little electic connectors through the holes in the fairing, I think you mean the rear fender so I'll give that a go as i load it up to take it down
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Thumbs down

Sorry guys, cant make it.
Baby due any day now ....have to keep the bike on call, just in case i need to make a mad dash to the hospital

Have fun and kick some ducati ASS.
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