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February 2nd, 2006, 10:08 AM   #1
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UHE history please.....

How old is this site? Who started it, are they still around? Just curious. Maybe they is a link to the answers?
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February 2nd, 2006, 10:36 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by sm610
How old is this site? Who started it, are they still around? Just curious. Maybe they is a link to the answers?
1998 by the man himself.... Json.



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where would we all be if it wasnt for this man, probably on ktm's going over the bars
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February 3rd, 2006, 07:08 AM   #4
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Where would HUSABERG in the USA be if not for this site!! When KTMNA gave up the import rights to the Knights we all know what a fiasco that was! I believe it was Schwin (Jason) and this site that saved HUSABERG in the US.

THANK YOU JASON

THANK YOU BMG for improving the US Market

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..and who single handly destroyed the reputation of Husaberg in the USA in 2006?

answer: Yours truly, bigbob and his pencil.


not to mention I can't tune a carb
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A Modern day legend and his trusty steed

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February 3rd, 2006, 08:30 AM   #7
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Re: UHE history please.....

unklemoose

whilst i think that json is brill and i gave more than anyone after ken in the above jesture... i cannot see how this site has any influence whatsoever on anything that anyone does.

correction!

the owners doc is so awesome that any sheyteforbrains dealer could come on UHE and get the CORRECT info for the CORRECT mod, CORRECT parts and the CORRECT procedure to do it CORRECTLY.

i don't think what we do means diddly. i wouldn't have stayed around if it hadn't been for Lineaweaver. i'm 100% sure of that. and whilst i enjoy being a a mechanical geek i can't see how others have been attracted the same way.

i'd even go as far as to say that as a community - and it is one for sure - we are too tight sometimes! sometimes i think that the banter between us infront odf a newbie MUST be off putting!

i have put a lot in and got a lot out. if pool halls were the bodes of a mispent youth in the post war years then UHE has truly been my house of vain!

my point remains though, that we have done nothing, not even a dink.

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The owners doc is so awesome that any "sheyteforbrains dealer" could come on UHE and get the CORRECT info for the CORRECT mod, CORRECT parts and the CORRECT procedure to do it CORRECTLY.
Such is an every day occurence and is shouted from the mountain tops regarding how wise they are.


My perspective:
UHE is a portrait of many artists. Json has selflessly supplied the canvas, color and brush.

The "Owners Doc" is a work of art and a testament to many, however, in my opinion one man truly stands out.... Taffy.

Great job mate!

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Re: UHE history please.....

Originally Posted by Taffy
unklemoose

whilst i think that json is brill and i gave more than anyone after ken in the above jesture... i cannot see how this site has any influence whatsoever on anything that anyone does.

correction!

the owners doc is so awesome that any sheyteforbrains dealer could come on UHE and get the CORRECT info for the CORRECT mod, CORRECT parts and the CORRECT procedure to do it CORRECTLY.

i don't think what we do means diddly. i wouldn't have stayed around if it hadn't been for Lineaweaver. i'm 100% sure of that. and whilst i enjoy being a a mechanical geek i can't see how others have been attracted the same way.

i'd even go as far as to say that as a community - and it is one for sure - we are too tight sometimes! sometimes i think that the banter between us infront odf a newbie MUST be off putting!

i have put a lot in and got a lot out. if pool halls were the bodes of a mispent youth in the post war years then UHE has truly been my house of vain!

my point remains though, that we have done nothing, not even a dink.

regards

Taffy
I disagree.

I was interested in a Husaberg and was directed to this site. Reading the post on the FE450 convinced me I was doing the right thing.
Maybe I would have still bought the Berg but this site helped in my decision making.

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Re: UHE history please.....

I would not be riding a berg today if it wasn`t for this site and the people here. I have learned many things and have tried to return the favor by passing the word to others. This site is the greatest and with out it Husaberg would be a voice crying in the wilderness. My thanks to Json for opening peoples eyes and getting the word out.
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