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Tech Day in Rendon 6/7/08 (DFW area)

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Re: Tech Day/Meet and Greet June 7th 2008

Good to meet everyone.. hope everyone's work got done today.. got mine done:rider:
good times, good food :eat: , just a bit hot on the way back :sun:

will try to meet next time too.
Thanx mike for hosting us.
 
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Re: Tech Day/Meet and Greet June 7th 2008

Thanks to Mike and his wife for their hospitality and generosity!!!! :clap: :clap:
The food and company were great! And thanks for letting me hang/crutch out with y'all. :mrgreen:
 
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Had a great time. Thanks to Mike and Beth for being such great hosts. Y'all lay on quite a spread. Mike, I've officially been diagnosed with garage envy. It was great catching up with everyone. It's rare to get so many of our local folks in one spot.

Wayne, I hope you finally got your fuel (expletive deleted) sorted out.;-) By the way, Massey Road isn't that great. The gravel covered corners would be fun on a little dual sport or a motard, but on a 500+ pound ZRX it felt like swatting flies with a cannon.
 

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Re: Tech Day/Meet and Greet June 7th 2008

Thanks to Mike and Beth for being such great hosts. Y'all lay on quite a spread.
No kidding. This was a great location. Several bikes got worked on and even a few of them were ridden away! :-P

More details and pictures as they are available...
 

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Several bikes got worked on and even a few of them were ridden away! :-P
And remarkably, the ZRX was one of them!

John, Mike, Jeff and anyone else who came over and laid hands on the ailing ZRX, I cannot thank you guys enough. I would've never figured out my little "problem" without you.

The ZRX ran really good on the way home. The butt dyno says I picked up a TW200 worth of horsepower. :lol2:

Mike and Beth - you guys are the greatest! Thanks again for coming to rescue me and for hosting an awesome tech day! :clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:
 
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Mike and Beth!!! You Rock! :thumb:

Garage envy? We were using less than half of the ground floor!

Had a great time.
 

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That was a great tech day. Very good spread of food and dessert. The house/garage setup is great, I really like that place.

Thanks for hosting this tech day, you did such a good job you might be talked into hosting future tech days. I hope you found a few monetary gifts laying around your house to help offset the cost (mine was under your computer mouse).

Wayne,
Was was the problem with the Rex? Was your exhaust pipe noise rattling the carbs loose:-P
 
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Folks that was a good day! Beth and I haven't done much but work and work on our place for the last several years and it was good to finally share it with folks and be able to do some of the things we built it to do.

There was a lot of work done in the shop today and a bunch of people provided help to get it done. I'm appreciative of all of it. Chuck of course seems to be the backbone of any TWT event around here and he did a great job helping out today as usual, but there were a bunch of others pitching in too.

We had a max of 26 bikes and at least 31 people, but I think that a couple had already drifted in and out by the time we got a count. This is a good group of folks. everyone was polite and helpful and the place was clean and in good shape when the last person left. There will be no cleaning and just a little putting things away to do. We did find some green stuff in some unusual places and we appreciate it.

I'm not a great photographer, but here are some pics,folks I'm tired and I will definitely blow some names here but please don't feel slighted. I actually did much better with names today than usual!:

Kelly, Sharkey, Kim and Bung
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Ryan and John getting ready to wash the famous KLR
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Chuck and Eaglerider discussing flush mount turn signals.
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Beth, Kelly, Chuck, Ram, Bung and Bill
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Ram and STSScott who claims to be a cheese head, but I think he's got brats on the brain:-P
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Ryan getting ready to bathe his Apreelea
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Scott, ?, Bill and Wayne
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Joanna and Bert
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Scott?, Marty, John and Bung?
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Squeeky who's looking a bit squidly in those flip flops!
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Ryan, Hanna, Soozy, Bill and Dan?
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That's not nearly every one that was here, but those are the only pics I could get up quick without photoshoping them and I'm really not very good at that. I'm sure Chuck got some good pics too.

I know a couple of things got left behind. We've got an extra black folding chair for instance. I post a list tomorrow after we've put up the last of the stuff.

Thanks for coming
Mike and Beth
 

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Wayne,
Was was the problem with the Rex? Was your exhaust pipe noise rattling the carbs loose:-P
Jeff ended up installing a complete digital fuel injection for me, porting and polishing the heads and boring the engine out to a 1300.


Not really.

He finally convinced us to unplug a couple of vacuum caps that he didn't think shouldn't be there, but John and I really thought they should. After a couple of hours of telling him to shut up, we finally gave it a try.

It worked the first try. :argh:

:lol2:
 

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Please tell me somebody got a pic of the burning bike. :)
 

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You guys will get a kick out of this: After everybody left and Kristy got there with my gear, I got all suited up and went to start the Rex. You guess it. It wouldn't start. :angryfire: It sounded like it was turning over a little slow, so thinking it might bump start, I pointed it down the driveway. Mike gave me a little push and it fired right off. I'll put the battery on the charger tonight, and we'll see if it holds a charge. A new battery might be in my immediate future. :argh:

This is all I took. Seems all my time today was taken up with fixing some piece of crap ZRX.

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Re: Tech Day/Meet and Greet June 7th 2008

And remarkably, the ZRX was one of them!

John, Mike, Jeff and anyone else who came over and laid hands on the ailing ZRX, I cannot thank you guys enough. I would've never figured out my little "problem" without you.

The ZRX ran really good on the way home. The butt dyno says I picked up a TW200 worth of horsepower. :lol2:

Mike and Beth - you guys are the greatest! Thanks again for coming to rescue me and for hosting an awesome tech day! :clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:
If we hadn't ignored Jeff, we would have been done a lot sooner.:rofl: That ZRX was running smooth when you left. Get her synched and she'll be dead on sweet.

Thanks again to Mike and Beth for hosting us. I think Kelly's garage envy is contagious.....I have it too. This was the most fun I've ever had getting doused with fuel and watching a motorcycle catch fire.

Great people, great place, great food, excellent day.

A big thank you goes out to Ryan for his bike washing services. You just left a little too early, my friend. The squid-gear SD-R test rides happened around 5 or so.....of course it was only Wayne and Bill that scooted up and down the street on it.
 

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I just glad we were at least 20 feet away from the burning bike. Any closer and we'd have gone up like like roman candles. :lol2:
 
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I just glad we were at least 20 feet away from the burning bike. Any closer and we'd have gone up like like roman candles. :lol2:
Got home, showered, and went to get some tasty Mexican food. I still frickin' reek of fuel. I'm just glad we sorted it out. The sad part is I still wasn't listening to Jeff:doh: .....it just took me that long to figure out that we needed to pull those plugs. We really need to keep him around for these things and listen to him when he first suggests stuff.
 
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While I didn't do much but supervise and heckle people, I had a blast. Thank you Mike and Beth for hosting the Tech Day. I should have brought Daisy and had her carbs cleaned out, but I was under the impression that John and I were going to go check out the drag races, so I had my saddlebags packed w/ tennis shoes, but we were having too much fun to leave.

Maybe next time we do it there won't be a bike that catches on fire! :lol2:
 

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Great event, Mike and Beth. Thank you.

No harm done to Prince Pyro :angryfire , son of Vulcan, Roman god of fire. At least we know he runs.

It isn't every day that one has the opportunity to haul a flaming tank of gasoline out of the garage and heave it across the yard. :loco: How long will it take for the hair on my arms to grow back?

Soozy took a bunch of pictures with my camera but they are all sideways. She'll have to fix them.

Hannah and Mike working on Pyro:

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Be watchful for blue moons and freezing condemned places. T-dub actually broke:

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Yup, the ground wire pulled off the turn signal socket. All better now. For those that have asked about adapting the Clarke XT350 tank to a TW200, here is the bracket that needs to be made.

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Cut the female-threaded pipe that the rear mount of the stock tank fits over flush with the plate underneath. Drill and countersink a hole, then fasten the bracket down with a 6 x 1 metric countersink screw. Drill and tap a hole in the other end of the bracket for a 6 x 1 bolt to hold the rubber mount that comes with the tank in place.

Here is a picture of several layers of 3M outdoor doublestick tape used to hold the tank off the triple tree:

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Mike, Beth, thank you a million for letting us into your home and garage for the day. Both of you really, REALLY know how to make someone feel welcome. Mike, I too have garage envy. I gotta get me one of those.

I am just now (11:20PM) getting into the house and settling down. After the tech day we went into Burleyville to meet up with Brandy for some dinner, then headed home.

After unloading Squeaker's bike and starting to work on it I realized that most if not all of my oil storage space was full of old oil. So we ran to Auto Zone and dumped off 9 gallons of used oil then headed back home. Squeaker is still out in the garage as we speak finishing up the last little bits on her bike, getting it ready for the track day tomorrow.
 
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From the photos... I went to the wrong house.

What time did the group break up?

I know I am new to Texas... but Rendon & Burleson are two different cities!? I went to an address in Burleson... was I even close???

A clue someone???
 

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From the photos... I went to the wrong house.

What time did the group break up?

I know I am new to Texas... but Rendon & Burleson are two different cities!? I went to an address in Burleson... was I even close???

A clue someone???
So what happened at the other place? :ponder: :-P
 
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Nothing!

There is a ___ Trail, and a ___ Trail Dr. in that city. I just figured I ended up at ___ Trail Dr. due to an incorrect selection when programming my GPS.

I was close... missed it by 3.6 miles. I arrived about 12:30 and no bikes so I figured it finished up since I slept in!
 

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We did find some green stuff in some unusual places and we appreciate it.
Scott started a collection in the book case in the living room. Marty passed the word around.

Please tell me somebody got a pic of the burning bike. :)
Talk to Soozy - she was holding the camera. :roll:

Ken made a great save with the gas tank. The rest of us hyperventelated trying to blow the flames out. :-P

bung said:
I left at about 7 pm.
Same here and there were still people and bikes out front, including Squeaky's bike on a trailer.
 
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Please tell me somebody got a pic of the burning bike. :)
It was only a little fire. You guys are making it sound like we had to call out the National Guard or something ...well ok we did, but only a couple of them. As to pictures, I thought about stopping what I was doing and grabbing the camera, but I don't think that Hanna was going to be into posing while her bike was burning. Her bike was dubbed "Pyro" which I don't think thrilled her a great deal, but we do know that it will run now. I was very pleased to have an opportunity to work with Hanna. I found her to be a smart and remarkable young lady

Rendon & Burleson are for all practical purposes the same place. Burleson is an actual city with a zip code. We just live in the zip code. Rendon is a CDP (census designated place) there's not much here except for our very own volunteer fire dept., which we did not even call on for this event, and now a Sonic.

I also learned this morning that both Chuck and I get up to darned early on Sunday morning. Thanks Chuck! Edit: (Chuck types faster!)

This was a good bunch, thanks for coming.
Mike
 
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Mike & Beth you are the greatest. You have great place, and I am like everyone else I have a bad case of garage envy. The food was truly awesome and of course you had PIE! It could not be a TWT event without pie.
I had a great time getting my hands dirty with with a bunch of great folks. I hope I was able to help a few folks. The exictment was when the bike caught on fire. I had never seen Ken move so fast to getting that gas tank out into yard. Mike, Chuck, and I trying to beat flames out with rags and blow it out with lung power. Seeing Squeaky was a wonderful suprise. Meeting all of you that I hadn't meet before was great also.
I hope I will be seeing all of again soon.
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Thanks Mike and Beth! :clap:

Great tech day, great people! :clap:

I'm sorry that Hannah's bike caught fire, but it sounds like everything is ok. And it sounds like she is closer to getting the Vulcan on the road. :sun:

And Chuck was there to work his electrical wizardry so that I could find my way home with my new GPS. :lol2:
 
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BTW, has anyone seen a long, flex handle Craftsmen ratchet? It didn't make it back into my road box and I have a feeling that I will be needing it for this upcoming weekend.
 

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BTW, has anyone seen a long, flex handle Craftsmen ratchet? It didn't make it back into my road box and I have a feeling that I will be needing it for this upcoming weekend.
Mike was looking at one on his workbench (close to where you were working) and indicated that he didn't think he had one of those...
 

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I just looked through my Kawasaki Green Under Seat 25 Gallon Storage Bin and noticed I made it home with a long blue-handled Phillips screwdriver. Mike, I pretty certain it's yours. I'll drop it by your place today if that's ok.
 
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Thanks to you, Mike and Beth, for hosting this. I had a great time even though I had to leave early. I took some photos, and I'll get them posted up later today, or perhaps tomorrow.

I'm really sorry I missed Pyro. I love a good fire, especially one that doesn't cause a bunch of damage.
 
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Wow, Mike and Beth have a nice spread. Thanks so much for your generosity in having us over. Food n drink were overflowing. I hated to up and run so fast but me and Scott were late meeting some friends at 2.

Thanks to Suzy for showing me how to undo tupperware for fluid changes.
Thanks to Bill for getting the oil in the tranny (helps if you choose the right filler hole) and thanks to Chuck and Bill for their awesome tools.

We took a scooter ride last night and it ran like a top.

I offered Ryan to strip down to a speedo and wash bikes as seductively as I knew how but he passed on my offer??
 
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I too want to thank Mike and Beth. Your place looks a lot better than 6 years ago. I am very glad that I did not have to discharge the fire extinguisher.

From what I have read, the possessed Kawasaki was running by the end of the day....Yea...

It was a great group of people and I really enjoyed being around all of you, Thanks for allowing me to participate.

Ron
 

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How's the Connie running now, Ron? It still sounded like it still had a slight miss when you left, but it sounded TONS better.

Don was kind enough to let me borrow the Carbtune, so I'm looking forward to seeing the difference it'll make on the Rex.
 
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Re: Lost and found

I just looked through my Kawasaki Green Under Seat 25 Gallon Storage Bin and noticed I made it home with a long blue-handled Phillips screwdriver. Mike, I pretty certain it's yours. I'll drop it by your place today if that's ok.
Yep, I'm missing that one. Don't think that you have to rush over here though. Anytime you're up this way will be fine. If we're not here it'll be fine on the front porch. How'd the bike start this morning?

I'm also missing two snap on extensions and a 17mm socket. None of which is the end of the world....I have spares:mrgreen:, but if you see them in your stuff I'd take them back!

I have also found these items:
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I think the ratchet is Bills, the jack stands and drill Chuck's maybe? The wire strippers and screwdriver might actually be mine but I'm not sure. The cleaning rags were with the shop towels and hand cleaner that was brought over, but I have plenty if whoever brought them needs them, and lastly, the aforementioned black chair.

I see it didn't take long for Ron to sign up. Nice avatar. I have some pics that you may like from your last homecoming. I just need to find time to process them.

G'day,
Mike
 

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Jack stands are mine. I'll double check for the snap on stuff.

Haven't started the bike today. I'm going for a ride this afternoon/evening. We'll see how she does then.
 
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I brought the towels and hand cleaner with the intention of leaving that stuff there....use 'em or keep 'em in storage for the next Tech Day.....there will be another one....please :mrgreen: ?

I also wanted to add my thanks to you and your wife for being such awesome hosts!!! You guys are great!!!
 
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Thank you Mike and Beth!!! It was my first official tech day and Hannah and I had a blast!

So when the fire broke out I had been shooting pictures of the bike as they were starting it with Ken's Clarke tank supplying the gas. The carbs were leaking, but when the bike started and blew out all that white smoke, I was waiting for it to start again so I could snap a picture that would show it was running. Next thing I knew someone shouted fire; I saw Chuck trying to blow it out; and the moment of fight or flight reflex everyone had. Mike went after the flames with a t shirt, Ken reached across the tank and shut off the gas and grabbed the burning tank and ran out of the garage with it. Marty went after the flames with something he found. I saw a little trail of fire along Ken's path that I stomped out and saw that he threw the tank quite a ways which blew out the flames all over it before it melted thru. Mike was still patting flames in the crevices. He said it kept re-catching. I don't know if he has any arm hair left. Ken lost his halfway to his elbow.

I also saw someone who was just a blur running by with the fire extinguisher which he knew EXACTLY where to grab because we had had a conversation and laugh about it earlier. Someone asked Mike if he had an extinguisher and he had answered that it was in the room right by THE PIES. The laugh at that time was "Oh yeah, No matter what, the pies will be safe."

And now to answer the picture question...when it was safe again, I realized I was carrying the camera. I believe I uttered the only profanity spoken during the whole event at THAT moment as I realized I had not snapped a picture.
 

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Re: Lost and found

I also learned this morning that both Chuck and I get up too darned early on Sunday morning.
I don't know about the young folks but I was out like a light about 9:00 last night. :yawn:

I'm also missing two snap on extensions and a 17mm socket. None of which is the end of the world....I have spares:mrgreen:, but if you see them in your stuff I'd take them back!

I have also found these items:

and drill Chuck's maybe?

I see it didn't take long for Ron to sign up.
I am pretty sure that the drill is mine. I'll check my big tool box for any extras that might have been tossed in there...


Oh yeah - :welcome: to the forum, Ron!
 

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I found one of the extensions and a spark plug socket in the Green Tub O' Goodness, and got them back to Mike today. I think he's still missing an extension.
 
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..use 'em or keep 'em in storage for the next Tech Day.....there will be another one....please :mrgreen: ?
Done!

The jackstands are recovered. They were Wayne's, and one screwdriver, and extension found their way home. Bill if you'll Pm me with an address, my bike has only gone from the shop to the front of the house in about 4 days. It's itching to go somewhere.

Mike
 

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Some pictures at regular intervals.

I was there sorta early with donuts. :trust:

Bill (Graubart) was the first customer to arrive. He had a PowerLet socket and a Zumo GPS cable to connect...
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Mike (mbrew), hosted the event along with Beth, his wife. Here he is listening to some tale of woe about getting a bike there on a trailer. ;-)
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There were several of us lusting after that garage... :deal:

It sprinkled a bit early but most folks took advantage of the garage to escape the sun. It didn't take too long and work was in full swing
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Plenty of Euro-bikes in attendance. This is Ryan's (L8RG8R) Aprilia.
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The project bike - 1990's Vulcan 550 (I think). Hannah (KomadoreObvious) is Soozy's (Soozy) daughter and picked up the hulk from a family member. There is quite a bit to do before it will be on the streets. However, a dent was made in the list.
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Hannah is quite fun to work with. Like Mike said, she's a smart cookie.
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Along with the bike, they borrowed Ken's (KenH) lift so the bike was at an easier level. It's a Pep Boy's unit and worked very well.

Unloading the Vulcan
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(Soozy, Dan. MIke, Hannah)

Bill (DFW_Warrior) was working on an aux fuel tank for an upcoming Alaska trip in 2 weeks
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Some work in progress. The read wheel is off Scott's (STScott) ST1300 so some special grease could be applied to the splines.
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Bill (Graubart), "Denton" Don (donroger1), Scott (STScott), Ryan (L8RG8R)

Bill and Don work on the GPS mount for Bill's Wee-Strom
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Michelle (fjrchik) and Marty (voyagerrider) working on grips and foot pegs on Michelle's FJR
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Wayne (pacman1) called and requested help. A rescue trailer was dispatched and he, his Rex, and green box appeared. He had carburetor issues
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Working on the ZRX
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(Bill, Marty, Wayne, Ron)

More later...
 
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I also wanted to say "Thank YoU' to Mike and Beth. Bert and I had a great time. Good to see some folks we've met before and meet some new people. Here are some of my pictures from yesterday...

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How's the Connie running now, Ron? It still sounded like it still had a slight miss when you left, but it sounded TONS better.

DON was kind enough to let me borrow the Carbtune, so I'm looking forward to seeing the difference it'll make on the Rex.
Fixed it for ya...............
(This may be the only record of who it belongs to................) ;-)


Oh. and :welcome: rontx
Nice to see you sign up and post up Ron!
 
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