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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Caruso View Post
    Tell Danny we said no!
    Ask one little rulebook question and noooooooooooooooow im the bad guy......

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    Always looking for a loophole....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Caruso View Post
    Always looking for a loophole....


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    In racing don't we call that "a competitive edge"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Caruso View Post
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    Trying to close one. I cant sprint on sundays this season so it would not benefit me , but I WAS asked about it when the rulebook was first posted. AAAAND I did suggest since the date rolled up that maybe it was time to completely delete the riding down option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Henke View Post
    I wondered how the KTM 790 was legal for some of the classes Ty raced, and I find it strange an explicit exclusion is in the rulebook. It exceeds the allowable displacement-cylinders-valves combo for Lightweight Twins, Formula 2, and DSS/DSB, does it not? From Wikipedia, itís a ď799 cc (48.8 cu in) liquid cooled eight-valve DOHC engine,Ē exceeding even the standard allowance for air-cooled twins.

    I didnít ask during the season because I wasnít racing those classes and wanted more folks racing (wanted Ty racing!)
    Josh, It was legal for F2. Walter asked me at round 1 to ride it in DSK and LWT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ty Howard View Post
    Josh, It was legal for F2. Walter asked me at round 1 to ride it in DSK and LWT.

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    Thanks for the correction. I think I just got on a roll listing “SV650 classes.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Henke View Post
    Thanks for the correction. I think I just got on a roll listing “SV650 classes.”
    Sounds like me. I did the opposite at the beginning of last season. I thought since it was legal for F2 that the cc limit was the same in the other classes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ty Howard View Post
    Sounds like me. I did the opposite at the beginning of last season. I thought since it was legal for F2 that the cc limit was the same in the other classes.

    I'm hoping to race the Duke 890 next year in B & C classes.
    Bring that big one for F1. Come on old man! There are some kids who say you can’t ride anymore.... (I’ll just be over here stirring the pot...).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Caruso View Post
    Bring that big one for F1. Come on old man! There are some kids who say you can’t ride anymore.... (I’ll just be over here stirring the pot...).
    I'm just a nobody, but there are multiple people (including myself) for whom that NOLA showdown between Ty and Braeden was the most entertaining race in recent memory. I'd like to encourage more of those, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carter Rossner View Post
    I'm just a nobody, but there are multiple people (including myself) for whom that NOLA showdown between Ty and Braeden was the most entertaining race in recent memory. I'd like to encourage more of those, please.
    +1 for this

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