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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-24-2006, 06:46 PM Thread Starter
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Like the 90's pop band SNAP!.......

I'VE GOT THE POWER(S)

my pilot powers have arrived and I have the rear mounted I just have to have it balanced tomorrow... and then change my front..

we need SNAP's tune to be the official TWF Pilot Power Owners Theme Song...

ok yall gotta sing along with me.....1....2....1.2.3....go


I've got the power

I've got the power

Hey Yeah

Like the crack of the whip I SNAP attack
Front to back in this thing called rap
Dig it like a shovel rhyme devil
On a heavenly level
Bang the bass
Turn up the treble
Radical mind day and night all the time
7-14 wise divine
Maniac brainiac winning the game
I'm the lyrical Jesse James

Quality, I'm possessed some say I'm fresh
When my voice goes through the mesh
Of the microphone
That I am holding
Copywritten lyrics
So they can't be stolen
If they are
SNAP
Don't need the police
You try to say then
Your voice will seize so peace
Stay off my back
Or I will attack
And you don't want that

I've got the power

I've got the power

I've got the power

I've got the power

It's gettin'
It's gettin'
It's gettin' kinda hectic
It's gettin'
It's gettin'
It's gettin' kinda hectic
It's gettin'
It's gettin'
It's gettin' kinda hectic
It's gettin'
It's gettin'
It's gettin' kinda hectic
It's gettin'
It's gettin'
It's gettin' kinda hectic
It's gettin'
It's gettin'
It's gettin' kinda hectic
It's gettin'
It's gettin'
It's gettin' kinda hectic

I've got the power

I've got the power

I've got the power

I've got the power

I've got the power

I've got the power

I've got the power

REMBER THOSE WHO ARE NO LONGER WITH US AND KEEP THEM IN YOUR THOUGHTS AND YOUR HEARTS.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-24-2006, 06:49 PM
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Umm Ok! why didn't you get it balanced already?

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Badass song from back in the day! bad ass tires from the new school. Congrats!
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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-24-2006, 06:57 PM
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Umm Ok! why didn't you get it balanced already?
He mounts it in his own shop (auto tires) but his dynamic balancer doesn't work on the bike tires. So he gets it balanced else where... this was discussed in another thread.
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He mounts it in his own shop (auto tires) but his dynamic balancer doesn't work on the bike tires. So he gets it balanced else where... this was discussed in another thread.
Oh yea, I remember now!

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post #6 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-25-2006, 10:56 AM
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why don't you balance it on the axle between jackstands? If you put the dot beside the stem...you should be close...
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why don't you balance it on the axle between jackstands? If you put the dot beside the stem...you should be close...
its almost the way I do it except I have the Tool.

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its almost the way I do it except I have the Tool.
But with a cush drive...you don't need to get the balance absolutely perfect on the rear...
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Someone explain to me how balancing between jacks or something else works? Do you wait til the weight rotates the tire to the bottom and then add a weight or what?
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Someone explain to me how balancing between jacks or something else works? Do you wait til the weight rotates the tire to the bottom and then add a weight or what?

The heavy part will gravitate to the bottom...I mark it with chalk...put the weight opposite the mark...theoretically...yeah right...the tire should spin and not be affected by the weight or mark as it slows to a stop...if you used too much weight, it stops on the bottom...not enough...it stops on the chalk...add or remove weight until it "free spins" to a stop

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