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Racetech Seminar @ MRP Motorsports
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Racetech Seminar @ MRP Motorsports - December 29, 2010, 11:42 AM

MRP Motorsports will be hosting a suspension seminar January 8, 2011 with Race Tech's Lenny Albin. This is a great opportunity to learn how these products work, see why you would need them, and the knowledge to make them work for you. Seminar will start at 10am. Race Tech's Lenny Albin has worked with AMA teams, Hooters, DNA, and ADR Aussie Dave Racing, as well as countless number of regional and national level road racers. He will be presenting the following information on Race Tech's motorcycle product line:
  • Suspension Theory
  • Piston designs and valving
  • Spring rates
  • Geometry
  • Tuning

Seminar Attendees are encouraged to bring their motorcycles with them. After a lunch break we provide suspension baselines, component identification and adjustments on their personal motorcycles.
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December 29, 2010, 11:43 AM

Call 410-544-5113 to pre-register and secure your spot...the cost for the seminar is $75.00
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January 11, 2011, 07:08 PM

You folks missed a GREAT seminar! Lenny put motorcycle suspension theory in easy terms; told how to troubleshoot handling issues and showed the basics for reading tires for fine tuning handling.

Spring theory and chassis balance, low and high-speed compression and rebound damping, and the respective roles or forks and shocks, as well as alternative suspension systems.... he really covered a lot as well as showed riders how to set front and rear sag on participants bikes......

(Oh, and lunch was part of the deal....)

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January 11, 2011, 07:31 PM

Not really took one last month.


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