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September 19th, 2014, 02:33 PM   #81
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Great thread Bushie! I have just read it straight through and it's just confirming that we are on the same page!

Keep it up, Bro!
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September 19th, 2014, 05:24 PM   #82
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choice eh bro ! ......... now we're about 5000km too far east

i'll give you a call when ive got my coffee percolator wired up

ok lads will do pics this weekend .. maybe a vid
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September 20th, 2014, 12:21 AM   #83
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Well, I could say "kompis" in swedish, instead of "mate"... Your coffee any good? Worth a 20 hour flight? 😃
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September 20th, 2014, 03:15 AM   #84
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I don't know about anyone else but i want to see what sort of creation you two would come up with after a few days in the workshop together and far too much coffee

A billet headed mono racer with paddle tyres?
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September 20th, 2014, 03:16 AM   #85
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Oh my wizard!!!

I think there is a wizard get to gether in the make
I'd like a subscription list to be admitted to the school of wizardry
Thank you very much in advance.

Grtz Rens

p.s.hows sleeping mate? You sorted things out with the beachbabe? That coffee is getting tempting
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wizard & Dr_c ,coffe & jungle juice together mite come up some crazy idea's wif a motor in it
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September 20th, 2014, 04:54 AM   #87
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Originally Posted by Dr_C View Post
Well, I could say "kompis" in swedish, instead of "mate"... Your coffee any good? Worth a 20 hour flight? 😃
hey Kumple mein Kaffee ist Scheiße, aber mein Pilzsaft ist fantastisch veilicht können wir Rezeptbörse
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Oh thou great wizard!

Are you lost in translation, or is the mushroomjuice in in the way again
In facto i hope Mats can read german

Grtz from your apprentice LOL

p.s.i humbly apologize for this language lesson Rens
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hey Kumple mein Kaffee ist Scheiße, aber mein Pilzsaft ist fantastisch veilicht können wir Rezeptbörse
HAhahhaha!!!
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Yes, i can read German. To prove my skills, I have put together a handy glossary:

ACCIDENT - Der bludimessen

BONNET - Pullenob und knucklechopper

BREATHALYSER - Die puffintem fur pistenarsen

CLUTCH - Die kuplink mit sclippen und schaken

CYCLIST - Der pedalpushink pillloken

ESTATE CAR - Der bagerroom fur shaggininauto

EXHAUST - Spitzenpoppen bangentuben

FOOTBRAKE - Der edbangeronvindschreen stoppenquick

GEAR LEVER - Biggensticken fur kangaroojumpen

HEADLIGHTS - Das dippendontdazzelubastad

HIGHWAY CODE - Der wipen fur arsen

INDICATORS - Die plinken tickentocken

JUGGERNAUT - Der fukkengretten trukken

LEARNER - Die twaten mit elplatz

NEAR ACCIDENT - Der fukken nearen schittenselfen

PARKING METER - Der tennerpinscher und klockenwerr

PUNCTURE - Die phlatt mit bludyfukken

SEATBELTS - Der klunkenklicker frauleintrapper

SKID - Der bannanan waltzen

SPEEDOMETER - Das Egoboozta mit Digitsundneedle

TYRES - Flattenfahrts

WINDSCREEN WIPER - Der flippenflappen muckenschpredder

BTW: On a 80mm stroke crank without the counter balancer, a balance factor of 0,6-something is desired? Whats the OEM figures?
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