Baja 1000 Race

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  1. York Racing

    York Racing New Member

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    I'd definately be a team member for the team but I'm up here in hicktown in the northeast. I don't know how I'd get there.
     
  2. Quadrider10

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    i would race lone style... set up my pit points, and put gas and tires, and spare parts it an area, and when i gget there in the raace, i would do the work myself and get out..... and its such an aesome movie!!!! i still love it!!!
     
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    Your gas and tools wouldn't be their very long unattended... It's pretty much impossible without a decent support crew
     
  4. Quadrider10

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    than i would carry a sattle bag on with with gas and tires..... lmao... naaa u buy an big metal box, put everything in it, and tie it to a tree or something and lock.... as long as it works, itss gooood
     
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    this would be my weapon of choice, but with a baja setup of course

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  6. DirtDiggler

    DirtDiggler DUNEFREEK

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    You also are required to PURCHASE fuel from the Baja 1000 organization. If you are caught using non sanctioned fuel , your entire race is DQ'd . I've had the same thought , leave fuel and tires somewhere hidden and use a GPS to locate it . But yeah anything left in the mexico desert is gonna be gone unless you bury it at night and leave 3 pitts chained on top of it . With some planning its not that big of a deal . Just gotta be dedicated to the dream .

    Brotip #1
    There is a 99% chance you are awesome .
    Act like it .
     
  7. Quadrider10

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    Yea well I think we can think of something..... Evan tho it's a life deeeam
     
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    woodrow wilson bought then rebuilt

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    To awks ? About the pipe.. good ? Cause why is the stator, shifter and the chain on the right side.. What's up with that pic..
     
  9. Herpderplol

    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    The picture was just flipped by the camera, or while editing/uploading

     
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    ive seen it! its a real good movie!!
     
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    I'm not much of a fan of the Baja but love the Hard Enduro series out of Europe. Does anyone watch the coverage of those?
     

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