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Old 08 September 2004, 08:15   #1
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Oh, la la....

I have, quite shamelessly, copied this from the French RIB site....

Is this, just not, the absolutely best use for "Google translator"? Made me fair giggle it did! Think I might have to go and dismount my candles too...


"Hello TLM

This morning by dismounting my candles (Yam 2t 50cv geto of 2003 45h00 of walk) for cleaning, I note a "liquid tar" on those. The heads of the pistons seen by the hole of the known as candles are a little fatty except the cylinder the top (idem tar). In addition in function the engine does not smoke starts and functions correctement.L' exhaust with the means is "clean".
Question by knowing biensr that the 2t does burn oil (lubricant Yamaha addh' oc) of or come this tar? is this low register?.
another observation on the engine. While wanting "to push it" towards the 3000/4000t/mn. The handle .fond, maximum speed is of 2500t/mn. Is this normal? the boat being light 400kg approximately with the sea and dja with 2500t/mn one flies away!, the engine it is not voluntarily attached (safety?), because on a bombard 485 Bfrs, as soon as one pushes a little by formed sea that knocks hard
By checking the triglery of gases all seems normal (thrust with obstinate)
Thank you in advance for your opinions as various as varied.
Good VOR.
Raymond."
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Old 08 September 2004, 08:59   #2
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Candles on a boat with a petrol engine Sacrea bleu !

bout time the French joined the EEC and the adopted some red tape and a language that the rest of the western world can understand.

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Old 08 September 2004, 09:09   #3
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Jono, you've obviously not......

..met Phil Davies who speaks like this all the time. I'm sure once gets online he'll offer a translation. Unfortunately the only person who can understand what says is Ian and unfortunately the only person who can understand Ian is his wife, the "Rib Trollop" who we've not seen online for quite some time so I suppose therefore, we're stuffed.
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How typical for the Froggies

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Old 08 September 2004, 10:19   #5
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Candles on a boat with a petrol engine Sacrea bleu !

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I'm really glad to see that your french language is very clever !!!!

Anyway, one small think : we don't use "sacre bleu" It's very old terms
Don't us it to meet women, you may lost !!!!
Please keep up Pete7 - particularly if you don't want to lost women.
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Is that "lost" or "loose" ?
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Old 08 September 2004, 17:19   #7
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Is that "lost" or "loose" ?
Plus ca change.....

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Is that "lost" or "loose" ?
if you got the choice then go for loose
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