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  • Leaving out in a few minutes, already loaded up

  • Quote from 123hotdog: “We would so so go but the rain got me behind and I'm going to have to work on Saturday. Only my second Saturday this year. Raincheck? ” I am ready any time for a ride, just give me a shout out also it does not have to be a weekend. Retirement is ruff but I will deal with it. This will be my sixth time up this summer. I might even change my mind about Booze and Blues since I did not get to go to Eureka Springs

  • Quote from MrGrey: “Quote from FunCycle: “Quote from MrGrey: “Quote from FunCycle: “I keep telling everyone the Group 25 AGM works with 720 CCA and is one inch shorter in length that the 34 ” you got pics of this? i’m curious to see ” What do you need pictures for? Enough pictures have been posted of the Group 26 and the Group 34 batteries already ” i misread this conversation. but sheesh grandpa.. cool down Quote from pricejh61: “Follow this link: BCI Battery Group Size Chart Sent from my iPhon…

  • Quote from rabtech: “I had to let Allison run in the walmart in Huntsville AR.. about 20 miles from the hotel. I'm so hungry... I hope someone has a good steak in Eureka And by the way...IT'S SO FREAKING HOT HERE! ” WIMP! We are going to ride up to the cool hills tomorrow

  • Quote from MrGrey: “Quote from FunCycle: “I keep telling everyone the Group 25 AGM works with 720 CCA and is one inch shorter in length that the 34 ” you got pics of this? i’m curious to see ” What do you need pictures for? Enough pictures have been posted of the Group 26 and the Group 34 batteries already

  • Since I did not go to Eureka Springs I was thinking about Maggie Valley Thursday or in the next couple of days

  • I keep telling everyone the Group 25 AGM works with 720 CCA and is one inch shorter in length that the 34

  • Quote from Bill Martin: “Quote from WOLF: “Your old, "they did it first" defense. Very predictable. So much so, I almost wrote a special sentence to spare you from responding @Orangeman. If I typed every one of your canned responses , I would never hear from you. I have to keep you engaged somehow. ” I have to agree the “did it first” thing is the old hat. Republicans And Democrats will lie, cheat, steal, coerce, fraud, trick, hoax, game, fake, prevaricate, palter, be mendacious, fib, equivocate…

  • Sure wish now that I had left for ES Monday morning

  • Back Draft

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    Quote from lrobbi: “@silver fox if your design doesn’t workout the way you wish for it to. Let me know if your interested in a R-Shot Windscreen- I give a 45 day money back guarantee. That guarantees simply means if your not happy with the difference in back draft air coming through - I will refund you the purchase price. But I agree with @FunCycle you may or could try to cut down the front windshield to get better results. ” I also did two other things to get rid of the low pressure area

  • Back Draft

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    You have to get rid of the low pressure area in the cockpit. To make this problem worse you add a tall wind screen and a top. I have the 2015 with a top (UP) and a short wind screen, I cut 3 inches off of the stock blade wind screen so I could look over and not thru which helps with this problem. I really never had this problem, but with a couple of things that I did I do not have the low pressure area anymore either.

  • Quote from silver fox: “Thanks guys for all the photos. You’ve made my mind up to go with a 6”. Next post “Back Draft “ Sent from my iPhone using Polaris Slingshot Info ” Back Draft, some way or another you have to get rid of the low pressure area in the cockpit. To make it worse (back draft) add the tall wind screen and a top. I do not have the back draft problem

  • Quote from MrGrey: “Quote from subysti: “@MrGrey My alarm cost about $139 plus some extras I bought. I added a relay to hook up interior lights and some lights outside that go on when the SS is turned off or the alarm is turned off. This would be the dome light on a car coming on when you unlock the doors. I tapped in to the parking lights so they flash. I also purchased the motion sensor which I ended up removing as the shock sensor is sensitive enough if someone gets in or bumps it. Its a 2 st…

  • Quote from Chain: “Ok after 30 miles code is gone, light is off and mpg is still hitting 28, which has me in shock. I never get over 23 on highway. cant wait to see what she does at 90mph. If I get to go to ES I will find out. ” I was getting 34 mpg on a 1,500 mile trip average before I made some changes. Now it is 28 mpg. Actual with the pencil. My trips from home usually average around 1,500- 1,600 miles with around 700 miles on the interstate at around 85 mph. That is how I check my gas milea…

  • Quote from MrGrey: “Quote from wjfyfe: “Quote from MrGrey: “Thanks @MACAWS I’ll pm him.that’s actually what I want. The SS stays in the garage anyway, but i want to annoy every single person that come closer to SS outside ” It is so funny that this topic came up now for even as I write this there is a lil war going on with an employee with an alarm in his car and 5 or 6 mischievous juveniles. The kids sneak up, jostle the car to set off the alarm then running off as the owner goes charging outsi…

  • Quote from Chain: “Everything went to shit. Sitting at home waiting on the AC guy. 101 heat index. The compressor melted down, black goo all over. No idea WTF I am gonna do now. SOB I am pissed. Been waiting a year for this trip. and I thought the 02 sensor was my biggest issue. Hopefully I see you all Wed morning, I am not sure at this point in time. ” I know the feeling, Florence held me up this year

  • Quote from BKL: “If anyone lives near a Rural King Farm/Ag supply store, they have reasonably priced Group 34 AGM batteries, but if you have the smaller battery Polaris started shipping in mid 2016, you'll need a larger battery mount from SlingMods or DIY a custom mount. ” The Group 25 is a better fit. It is one inch shorter in length than the 34 if you are running the Welter exhaust

  • I just took the Group 26 battery out of my 2015 (still good at 3 1/2 years) it was cleaned and watered about every 6 months and installed the Group 25 Optima.

  • Quote from Live-a-Little!: “Rain Gage Stations with National Weather Service Overlay Interesting link. Over a 7 day period - shows 42” of rain recorded at Wrightsville Beach. Damn. ” I have had 12 plus inches at home in Georgetown, S.C. so far

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