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post #1 of 76 (permalink) Old 07-15-2005, 05:31 PM Thread Starter
 
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111 blows azz

this weather is suckin i hafta get into the mountains im sure the whole damn valley will be cloggin up i-17 to get outta the heat this weekend
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post #2 of 76 (permalink) Old 07-15-2005, 05:41 PM
 
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It's like 114 here. At 4 A.M. it was already 95. Sucks giraffee(sp) nuts.
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i hope thats the heat index and not just the temp. I would camp out in front or your AC if i were you.
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That's the temp. A/C is always on blast.
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would that make the index around 118ish.
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no humidity so the index or whatever is lower they say whatevr doood its fekkin hot!!!!!!!!
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post #7 of 76 (permalink) Old 07-15-2005, 05:54 PM
 
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we add afew here, its ALL humidity in La. I nearly fell out twice from the heat here.
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hey phoenixgirly you ridin in this heat????
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hey phoenixgirly you ridin in this heat????
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post #11 of 76 (permalink) Old 07-16-2005, 03:39 PM
 
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no humidity so the index or whatever is lower they say whatevr doood its fekkin hot!!!!!!!!
Heat index, Schmeat index. 111+ degrees is 111+ degrees no matter how you slice it.


Fear not, the monsoon season is right around the corner...or thats what they said a few weeks ago. That usually cools down the nights, but then it makes it more humid. Oh, what can you do?

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Heat index, Schmeat index. 111+ degrees is 111+ degrees no matter how you slice it.


Fear not, the monsoon season is right around the corner...or thats what they said a few weeks ago. That usually cools down the nights, but then it makes it more humid. Oh, what can you do?

Well, take like 111degrees with like 75% or better humidity, I know that won't feel like 111degrees.
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Here in Denver, it's 101 and 9 percent humidity, so it only feels like 98 degrees.
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all I know is its been HOT and HUMID here all week, and today we got thunder storms, doesn't matter for me the bike has been in the bed of the truck for 2 weeks. this is killin me. Why can't service shops just getcha in within a week.!
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all I know is its been HOT and HUMID here all week, and today we got thunder storms, doesn't matter for me the bike has been in the bed of the truck for 2 weeks. this is killin me. Why can't service shops just getcha in within a week.!

1. Lack of Techs...
2. Overbooked
3. Lack of techs...

But I feel for you man. The shop in Colorado Springs wanted me to leave my bike for 4 or 5 days just to do a 1000 mile service!
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1. Lack of Techs...
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3. Lack of techs...

But I feel for you man. The shop in Colorado Springs wanted me to leave my bike for 4 or 5 days just to do a 1000 mile service!
[email protected] shop just told me to bring the bike in a day before, but still.. it was 3 weeks out before the first available appointment. I called a few different shops and they were ALL booked up like this, so I went with the actual Suzuki shop that could get to it sooner and cheaper.
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Well, take like 111degrees with like 75% or better humidity, I know that won't feel like 111degrees.

I dont think you would be able to breathe that "thick" air...

We get 100 degree weather wtih 20% or so humidity with the Monsoon season. That is nasty too. If you go to Nebraska at this time, Its like 95 there with 75% humidity. It sucks I know, I was there last summer. But it still aint no 111+ degrees.
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It gets like that in NY. Not at 111 but it'll get around 95+ with humitdy, that sucks.
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