DP Anglesey 21/22 August

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DP Anglesey 21/22 August

Post by mj43 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 8:18 pm

Next round coming up soon.

Reasonable entry of strokers including 3 NSR 250 and 2 VJ23

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Post by mj43 » Wed Aug 11, 2010 7:43 pm

11 strokers so far including 1 KR and a few 125 'Prilias :lol:
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Post by mj43 » Fri Aug 13, 2010 6:17 pm

400 entry so far

Will Leaning Scunthorpe Kawasaki ZXR 400
Phil Hyde Leicester Forest East Kawasaki ZXR 400
Iain McDonald Alva Suzuki RGV 250
Ben Godfrey Long Eaton Kawasaki ZXR 400
Andrew Carden West Bridgeford h***a VFR 400
Dan Williams Sutton Coldfield h***a NSR 250
David Reynolds Dudley Suzuki RGV 250
Tony Meredith Ironbridge Kawasaki ZXR 400
Alan Percival Sutton Coldfield Kawasaki ZXR 400
Nick Chiodo Huddersfield Kawasaki ZXR 400
Davinia Dove Weoley Castle h***a NC 30 400cc
Adam Bateman Coventry h***a RVF 400
Richard Connole Scotton Kawasaki ZXR 400
John Stacey Codnor h***a NSR 249
Andrew Vickerstaff Groby h***a RVF 400
Paul Ellerker Easingwold Kawasaki ZXR 400
Peter Carney York Kawasaki ZXR 400
Gary Ellis Runcorn Kawasaki ZXR 400
Roy Thorpe Stockport h***a NSR 250
Gary Pickles Keighley Yamaha FZR 400
Mark Jordan Stockton Kawasaki KR1S 250

If you want a late entry for Anglesey then phone Dave Smith on 01332 204198

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Post by Luders » Mon Aug 16, 2010 2:35 pm

Found a pic of you from my last visit to Anglesey Mark, taken about 6 minutes before your big end cage decided to collapse.

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Post by mj43 » Mon Aug 16, 2010 6:55 pm

I hope this visit lasts longer. SEP refurbished crank fitted but I am running standard KR-1 barrels but on my bottom end.
Not so much worried about speed but setting up the TZ front end.

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Post by mj43 » Mon Aug 16, 2010 7:32 pm

Couple more late entries

44 Carl Annable h***a NC30
150 Alex Furniss Yamaha 400

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Post by Luders » Tue Aug 17, 2010 10:50 am

Good luck Mark, hope you have a better weekend than the last one.

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Post by mj43 » Mon Aug 23, 2010 12:21 pm

Saturday wasn't very good. Had an oil leak from clutch cover (I blame the pattern gasket) and as my boot was covered in oil after 1 lap I decided to skip the race. Fixed that for the second race but started from the back and gave everybody a 20 second headstart. Rode around carefully just making sure all was ok.
Sunday went better as I had a bit of confidence that it was now oil tight. Slow start as I wasn't using tyre warmers and I didn't want to go banzai on the first two laps. Meant I lost a bit of ground but once tyres were up to temp I made up a few places coming home first F250 beating a couple of VJ23 and NSR's :D
Second race much the same first F250. Third race I was knackered as I had just completed the sidecar race, crawled out of that stumbled onto the KR and joined the F400 grid. I managed to catch the lead two F250 but just didn't have the physical strength left to pass them both. Got one on the penultimate lap, but he then passed me back braking into the Banking. I managed to summon up enough to get him on the run out of Peel but couldn't pass the lead F250 and crossed the line just on his tail.

All in all I was chuffed. The engine was my latest flowed cases with standard KR-1 barrels, pistons and cylinder head (my race barrels are still at the platers). Bike wasn't as fast as mine but it could live with the two VJ23's and the NSR's one of which is F3 spec (Fontyy will correct me if I am wrong). I do have a vid of Sunday's first race which I will post up.

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Post by fontyyy » Thu Aug 26, 2010 7:30 pm

Nothing to correct Mark (apart from my inexcuseable presumption on the RGV forum that Iain had won all 5 races).
Though it is "only" 1988 F3 spec, early seperate CDI and PV controller, h***a reckoned they were good for 68 PS which is about bang on the money, Roy's makes 67bhp on Steve's dyno.

But this is a killer quote;
mj43 wrote:The engine was my latest flowed cases with standard KR-1 barrels, pistons and cylinder head (my race barrels are still at the platers). Bike wasn't as fast as mine but it could live with the two VJ23's and the NSR's one of which is F3 spec
I wonder if you can do quotes in signatures on NSR-World.

Current points here.
DP F250 #6

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Post by mj43 » Wed Sep 01, 2010 12:09 pm

Richard Glover's excellent picture magazine http://issuu.com/photobikes/docs/dp_ang ... ipBtn=true

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Post by mj43 » Wed Sep 01, 2010 12:10 pm

fontyyy wrote:Nothing to correct Mark (apart from my inexcuseable presumption on the RGV forum that Iain had won all 5 races).
Though it is "only" 1988 F3 spec, early seperate CDI and PV controller, h***a reckoned they were good for 68 PS which is about bang on the money, Roy's makes 67bhp on Steve's dyno.

But this is a killer quote;
mj43 wrote:The engine was my latest flowed cases with standard KR-1 barrels, pistons and cylinder head (my race barrels are still at the platers). Bike wasn't as fast as mine but it could live with the two VJ23's and the NSR's one of which is F3 spec
I wonder if you can do quotes in signatures on NSR-World.

Current points here.
I should have added Fontyy it was on super-unleaded. Not using Avgas in a stock motor :)

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Post by Luders » Wed Sep 01, 2010 12:50 pm

lol, just had a look at the photos and WTF happened to #41? Did his foot peg fall off?

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Post by mj43 » Sat Sep 04, 2010 6:53 pm

I guess his foot slipped and he lost his balance

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