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Could someone post a legible dyno chart for a stock 2002+ RC-51 please? Thanks.
 

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hondaf4iguy said:
http://rc51.org/dyno/mddyno.htm

Not stock, but clear top see. Actually a beautiful curve as well.
Hey, that's good enough for me... I must have been blind not to see that. Thanks.

Hey whatever happened to that SquidShady guy that had that site? Or is he on here under a different name?
 

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sshady? heard he was in bangkok finding out what makes a hard man humble...

nah, he was around b4 this site nuked itself in the head right out of the gate, don't know if he made it back after that...
 

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Whew... just made it back from Bangcock, got a bad case of ratlag & a worse case of crabs

Squidshady AKA Lord Duckhunter AKA LDH

 
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I must applaud you for your name. I thought it was cool (being a Duc/Twin rider):thumbup1: Still like my bike more though :cool:
 

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hehe thanks... it started as just duckhunter & went through a myriad of transformations along the way (Mr, Dr, Darth, Sir, Damn, etc...) & ultimately stopped on Lord... I tried to get away from it a few years back & become Squidshady, but no matter what username I posted with everybody just called me LDH



 

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I always thought LDH stood for Lactate DeHhdrogenase. It is the isoenzyme found in body tissues. Applying my clinical chemistry knowledge to this one was way off the mark.;)
 

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m51142 said:
I always thought LDH stood for Lactate DeHhdrogenase. It is the isoenzyme found in body tissues. Applying my clinical chemistry knowledge to this one was way off the mark.;)
I can tie my own shoes...
 

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yea but I can tell you how far each of your valves is out of spec just by placing my nuts on your valve cover & revving the bike a couple times.
 

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You must have a saggy beanbag.


Remember the SNL where they are shooting a scene for a movie and the blonde detective keeps kicking Will Ferrel in the nuts? Ha... "they're big, red, and sore as hell"
 
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