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Thread: Jeff House aka Fasthouse!

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    Congrats onQ13 positionat the ADRL PXM race today Bro!

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    Congrats Jeff!
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    Not to mention the Hippie cut a .009 light in the first round. Nice job Jeff
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    I think I did an acceptable job as a rider..... a decent job as a crewchief.... but a below average job as a tuner.


    <DIV>This stuff is alot tougher than it might seem. </DIV>
    <DIV>The fast guys have my complete respect.</DIV>

    <DIV>I'm gonna take small steps and try not to skip any steps.</DIV>

    <DIV>J</DIV>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fasthouse

    <DIV>I'm gonna take small steps and try not to skip any steps.</DIV>

    <DIV>J</DIV>

    <DIV>I personally think that is the smart thing to do. You may find something more about one of those steps if you take them one at a time and not skip one. Plus, it may save some money in the long run. Usually when you skip a step....you miss something important that causes a problem later. It just sounds logical to me and I know it's hard to do because your first instinct is to want to be right in the thick of things with everyone else and as a competitor you want that to happen quickly. So, doing what you areplanning to do takes discipline. I wish you the best of luck and regardless this was a big accomplishment in this day and time considering the heightened level of competition. GREAT JOB! </DIV>
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fasthouse
    I think I did an acceptable job as a rider..... a decent job as a crewchief.... but a below average job as a tuner.


    <DIV>This stuff is alot tougher than it might seem. </DIV>
    <DIV>The fast guys have my complete respect.</DIV>

    <DIV>I'm gonna take small steps and try not to skip any steps.</DIV>

    <DIV>J</DIV>
    Jeff You Left 1 Out
    <DIV>Helluva Fabricator [img]smileys/smiley16.gif[/img]Way To Represent Brother</DIV>

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    Jeff Ithink you did great. Trying to be rider,crewchief,tuner, cook anddish washer for a weekend of racing isn't easy in any class. But you picked a class where 4.0s to 4 teens are the norm so I don't feel sorry for you. (You can save your comeback untill after I try to take on the Pro Comp class at Valdosta if you want.)
    I strive for average.

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    It was fun.

    <DIV>I'll try it again soon.</DIV>

    <DIV>J</DIV>

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    I'm glad you enjoyed yourself Jeff. That's more than half the battle.
    14 Time Pro Mod National #1 Tuner Rider of the Quickest Nitrous Hayabusa First in the 6\'s with GS Suzuki,Kawasaki, and Hayabusa Pro Mod Billy Vose

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