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Vintage Sled Pilot
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I finally got a chance to light the fuse on my 78 TXL 340 w/ 91 Indy suspension tonight.....Now I need to know how to remove the skid marks I left on the seat! Holt crap is that thing fast! On a hard packed run, the skis were off the ground for at least 100 feet! (I didn't have the kahone's to keep it going) Is that normal with this sled or is the suspension setup I put in to blame? Either way, it will be fun to race against my buddies!:cheeky4:
 

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Vintage Sled Pilot
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This is a budget project that just fell into my lap. That was the cheapest skid I could find to get this going.
 

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Vintage Sled Pilot
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That funny yamadad4!:laugh::laugh:
 

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Hank Scorpio
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Like undies? Just pre soak with some water. Congrats on your rocket!
 

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Live 2 Ride
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keep your pants on next time!
 

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When the suspension on my dirtbike blew out, i could wheelie the heck out of that thing, the soft suspension made is so easy to put the power to the ground, its a 450R and can wheelie in anyt gear no problem anyways, but when the nitro in the rear shock went, it was like i all of a sudden had a drag tire on the rear.
 

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Vintage Sled Pilot
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Spun222400, I thought you were always susposed to ride naked... So everyone could see your nuts!!! hahahaha
 
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