Need A Number Plate For The Local Strip

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  1. Mikew777

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    I have been to the drag strip multiple times. They are now requiring a number plate. Instead of the "shoe polish" like stuff written on your bike they want a plate with your number on it.

    If you guys are using them, where do you get one?
     
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    Favorite jersey over your leathers . . .

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    Jegs I see a lot of people mount on swing arm
     
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    I'm not really looking for a dial in plate. I mean I guess I could use that, but they are requiring a number plate that connects me to my time slip.
     
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    My race number was easy ~ just stuck it on the frame . . .

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    Is that a magnet? Great idea then you can take it off.
     
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    Don't think so. Its hard to get the magnetic numbers to stick to the aluminum frame.
     
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    You could always stick numbers on your helmet ~ or just buy a helmet with numbers & use it . . .

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    Lol ya :laugh:
     
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    We have tracks that race street legal all over the country & cars don't like motorcycles .

    Perhaps they got spanked in a street race way back in high school or something ?

    Putting a number somewhere they can see it can't be their only excuse ?

    Chances are pretty good you're the only drag bike at the track !

    Unless it's an all bike event or they brought bikes in .

    Drag strips other than MIR despise the bikes.

    They will make up any excuse for it.

    Cars will always be faster .

    Except motocross !

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    I went to the local sign shop and had them cut some numbers for me and put them on my solo seat.

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    Division 7 made me do the same thing ~ just used decals from our local motorcycle shop . . .
     
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    what size decals did you guys get?
     
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    At a guess they are about 3.5" tall. I can get you a measurement later today. I will also get you a name if an online place to buy them cheap that some of the guys I race with use
     
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    Just go buy a stack of 7's Mike . . .

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    Maybe boat decals from the lake ?
     
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    Try edecals.com
     
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    Mine are 2.75" tall
     
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    nice! and those are pretty easy to read. Thanks guys!
     
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    Lmao
     
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