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    Question 250 Ninja Cup - race day schedule

    Any idea where this will be slotted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Gasparinatos View Post
    Any idea where this will be slotted?
    Thinkin about adding a race-trim "ninjette" to the team Mr. DePuniet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Gasparinatos View Post
    Any idea where this will be slotted?
    It will wave in front of 500 Vintage, 2 x 6 laps races scored Olympic style, on Saturdays.
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    Conor! Ya, thinking about it.

    Thanks for the answer Keith.

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    There are now 10 confirmed Ninja 250s being race prepped in Portland. . .do I hear 11?

    Yes, Ninja 250 Cup will be 2 x 6-lap. Then. . .bump to Ultralightweight AND Lightweight Superbike, 12 laps each. US and LS are both Value Classes, so your last class will cost you only $20.

    Cheers,
    Chris

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    Who's and what are people doing for suspension?

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    KFG Racing...Barry has the setup.

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    Suspension on the 250 grid is currently a mixed bag. It ranges from stock with the rear shock preload wound up to Penske in back and KFG cartridge replacements in the front.

    The most common is to put RaceTech emulators and stiffer springs in the forks. Springs around .75-.80 for 160 pound riders and 15 weight oil are working ok.

    My bike has a Penske shock on back that was easy to install myself.

    Cheers,
    Chris

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