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  1. 100 miles from home. Stopped in Caldwell for fuel and a stretch. Front tire gave up the ghost on 58 yesterday heading toward Marion/16. One too many front end slides for my comfort level. I had to bail on twisties and slabbed to Princeton for the evening. Left the hotel around 8am and have been rolling 77N since then. The RS does not disappoint in the mountains or on sporty tours. Left the house on Sunday at 8am. Will be home by 2pm today, with almost 2500 miles of mountain fun in my wake. I look forward to another mountain weekend before the season ends.
    6 points
  2. 405 miles of beautiful riding into the mountains. Currently in Princeton, WV and heading southwest in the morning.
    5 points
  3. Three Day's of back road ADV riding out of Elkins, WV. and then Tire Change when I got back to the house.
    2 points
  4. Great ride today, thanks everyone that showed up!
    1 point
  5. Anybody still planning to do this?
    1 point
  6. Zx6r 636 I've put over $2500 in mods into this thing, including a Moore Mafia tune, GPR steering stabilizer, and a M4 pipe. 9k Miles in a year, and it was meticulously maintained in factory spec the entire time. I have a couple of air filters and other maintenance items to come with it. It's a perfect all around bike, I hate to sell it but I'm moving on to something bigger. Title in hand, no loan bull. Firm Price. Email: thoughtakenaway@gmail.com
    1 point
  7. ...Dunlop finally made a Sport Touring tire that isn't a hot steaming pile of poo. The RoadSmart 4 is actually a good tire, and way better than the slip slidey RS3.
    1 point
  8. Well, the first pic certainly explains the second pic....mmmmmmunchies! Great weather for road trip. Have fun.
    1 point
  9. You tell Karp that he needs to post up here because I dont do Facebook. Or tell him to text me so we can go on a ride.
    1 point
  10. Did some custom powdercoating on a set of 03 Cobra coil covers a few days ago, came out pretty sick. https://youtube.com/shorts/WZlqvWi52DA?feature=share
    1 point
  11. Mr. Electric in Independence. You can request by name. You want Chris.
    1 point
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  13. It's here. Lots of work to do. Will post build photos.
    1 point
  14. So, as a consultant you would be 1099 I assume. So you have to pay both half's of social security. Also, what you earn will be deducted from your social security. There are rules on that.....check into it. I think it only hits the month you get paid by them. I am basing my answer on the Google range of 85 to 125 for that job. Look at your old salary and turn it into an hourly rate. Double it and round up to the next 100. Then keep rounding up to a minimum of 200 per hour. 250 sounds better to me. And they pay you for prep time to build the class. And your travel time. And you tell them what days. None of this Monday, Wednesday, Friday crap. It's days in a row so your time off isn't all chopped up. Otherwise, tell them they can blow you.
    1 point
  15. Hey everyone, I finally made the jump over here. I'm Alex if you couldn't tell, and I was CR member since '06 or '07. I have a few project vehicles, most notably my '94 Supra street/strip car. I'm not as active on forums as I once was, however I look forward to seeing what this new interface and merged community has to offer. Attached are a few photos of my Supra. Feel free to ask any questions you may have, and I look forward to the continuation of the community that's meant so much to me.
    1 point
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