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dirtflickarooster

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dirtflickarooster last won the day on June 11

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About dirtflickarooster

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    banshee, Kawasaki 450, 124 pit bike
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  1. If my car was ready I would be "sick" on Monday!
  2. yes this is a sinister. The thing rips. We have had to work a couple of bugs out of it. The dude that drives it definitely knows where the throttle peddle is.
  3. you twisted m arm. I didn't take very many, others in the group got a lot more.
  4. It was amazing out there yesterday!
  5. I know that some of you do the whole projector thing on the side of your trailers. (how are you doing it?) I have cox and i cant seem to figure out how to stream it to my ipad or iphone. I tried to use the fox go app since it is usually on FS1, but that didnt seem to work for me. does anyone know the process or do i have to pay that supercross pass thing even though i already have cox?
  6. what a bunch of bulls**t. I am hoping to go duning that weekend as well.
  7. that was a good time.
  8. I appreciate everyone's input.
  9. I did a search on this forum and it seems like SLIME was answer to keep paddles holding air. My rear paddles on my car need to be aired up every 8 hours or so. (when i wake up in the morning to dune at least one is flat) after checking with soap and water in a spray bottle the paddles seem do be leaking around the beads. I read somewhere that a mixture of antifreeze and alumiseal works really good, does not corrode, doesn't dry out paddles, and does not leave a huge mess. so what works best? fix a flat, alumiseal mix, slime, or other? just curious.
  10. put more weight in the front like you said. your trailer should have trailer brakes. hook them up.
  11. Like Ynot said, I believe you are well within your weight limits on the trailer. Weight distribution is a huge deal and could drastically affect how the trailer feels behind the truck. if the majority of your weight is placed toward the rear of the trailer and you are driving a smaller truck that trailer will pull you all around and sway at higher speeds. try adding more weight to the tongue/front of the trailer and my guess is the ride will become a lot better.
  12. Is there any dates set for dune in June this year?
  13. I put my daughter on a four wheeler just to get the hang of throttle control. They make them with electric start which is nice for the youngsters, and at Dumont in the sand it is much easier to keep stable at the young age. Just my $.02
  14. I don't think I'm ready to give up. I have gone quite a few times this season, but I cant seem to get enough. I think I just figured out an issue that my car has been having last night. contrary to what some believe I haven't been getting full throttle. I have been shifting before 5000 rpm to keep my car from backfiring and dying. Its on now! We have one more car in our group we are working on buttoning up so I know once that is done regardless of weather we will be out.