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Craig, I would really rather sell them as a package, but I will keep you in mind if I still have it in a few weeks.
thanks mick, you're aces in my book.
i've never been more disappointed by boobs in my life.
there was a girl i was with for a a few months when i was in college, but then we parted ways when she got too clingy (aka: psycho). instead of coming after me, she saw one of my good friends at a party, got him drunk, and took him home. a few weeks later she told him she was pregnant. it was a rough few days for the poor guy...but it was a total lie. later we had a good laugh about it, but th
sweet. i'll post here if it sells so you'll know.
SHoot!Both links are for the Digitech UnitHere's the one for the JX-8P:http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/msg/1153578845.html
I'm selling a Roland JX-8P Synth. It comes with the PG-800 programmer for making new sounds. I also have a Digitech Voice Processor. I've got them up on the Pittsburgh Craigslist. Here are the links."Roland Synth plus Programmer":http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/msg/1153640177.html"Vocal Processor":http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/msg/1153640177.htmlI'd ship
they live in the monogahela river and will bite off your hand.
oops i guess my browser just sucks
any news on what happened to this? Google Docs says the spread sheet at this url (https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=p_Ysahl1B79WHMUBbvCzNfg) cannot be found...
looks like this...!http://www.1001roulements.com/media/catalog/product/cache/4/image/5e06319eda06f020e43594a9c230972d/i/m/image_1_11771.jpg!
i got bearings for my 103, and when they arrived the alphanumeric designation on them ended with tvh-c3. it's not the plastic seal, it's a plastic retainer ring that holds the ball bearings in place...usually these retainers are metal in my experience.has anyone used on of these in an engine? did you encounter any issues?i'm concerned that the plastic will not hold up to the gasoli
has anyone ever removed/replaced the needle bearings in a doppler fixed pulley (peugeot)? wondering about the part number/size of the bearing.
ok....so, for the record books...it fits with funnel up and you have to push back the engine to get it on. there is a bout .5mm clearance. it doesn't look like it will fit, but it will.
i think only one, but it seems tight...
can someone post a pic or describe to me how they positioned their malossi e8 airfilter on their Peugeot 103 with a PHBG...please?
that's a really good idea.
oh yeah, one more thing...the dude also said that because of modern materials used in production of most pistons, rings, etc...you no longer need to worry so much about a meticulous break in routine.The guy claims that aiming a fan at your engine with the bike on it's stand, you start it up, and vary the throttle until the cylinder is hot (but not smoking hot, just hot). Do it three times,
oops...contrary to popular belief, it is a bad idea to use more oil during break in.Here's why. If you add more oil to your mix you are decreasing the amount of combustable fuel in the fuel air ration, and can actually lean out your cylinder by using too much oil.I never thought of it, but it makes perfect sense.
I was recently talking with some guys at a local motorcycle shop about which oils are best for break in. they said that you can break in on any petroleum based oil is usually good, but you need to use synthetic oils that are specifically rated for break in.So, I called Maxima's technician line and spoke with an engineer to see if their Bio 2T is rated for break in.He said that he recommends
i am trying to find out if there is a set of 4 petal reeds that will pit under the stock or 14-16mm SHA intake...do they exist? if so, where can they be purchased? if not, are the tomos reeds my best option?
i just went ahead and took it apart. i will post an images later...
never.but, i would like some advice on modifying the exhaust...
I really like my stock TSM exhaust, and don't want to change it. Does anyone know a way to mod them?I was thinking that there might be a plate to take out or swiss-cheese like in the smaller 103 exhausts.Does anyone know what these things look like inside?Thanks!!
This site seems to be down...anyone have these images saved?
Eric Sabatino: A Balls to the Wall Porting Kinda of Guy"you didn't port too much, you ported it awesome!"
i had to give up my right one to get it:)
Is that 45 with the stock carb and pipe? I have a TSM.