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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Are 05 1000 Grudge bike
 

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Love the headlights. :yumyum:
 

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A grudge bike is one that races with no times, you run what you've got and hope you've got enough! Generally large bets are made on these races
 

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A grudge bike is one that races with no times, you run what you've got and hope you've got enough! Generally large bets are made on these races
+1 on the hittin it and the whole grudge thing... back in GA where we used to frequent the local track every Thursday night these races would bring in more money than the Saturday night races would... and the Saturday races were guys with the big big money!!!
the chick is smokin hot.... the bike... uh welll not so much...
 

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A grudge bike is one that races with no times, you run what you've got and hope you've got enough! Generally large bets are made on these races
+1 on the hittin it and the whole grudge thing... back in GA where we used to frequent the local track every Thursday night these races would bring in more money than the Saturday night races would... and the Saturday races were guys with the big big money!!!
the chick is smokin hot.... the bike... uh welll not so much...
I was speaking more of a GRUDGE.... nevermind just me being me..
 

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Thanks guys and it has a slider clutch in it. it works off of the rpm kinda like a stall you would have in a car.
 

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Discussion Starter · #18 · (Edited)
You mean like a centrifugal clutch? Never heard of a slider clutch before.
yea like the old mini bikes. But these are more adjustable, they have Five fingers on them that either you add or subtract washers to determine how fast the clutch locks up. then it has springs so you can set the stall to where you want the clutch to start to pull at say like 5500 rpm. Same idea as you using a clutch lever and slipping it to keep the bike from coming up from a dead stop.
 
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