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Old 15 July 2012, 03:12   #11
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Old 15 July 2012, 04:26   #12
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Old 15 July 2012, 08:15   #13
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Yeah, it was widely discussed at the time...

...it was B.S. of course - Before SR4
Your not measureing others by your own..er.. 'Standards' I hope Mr W.
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Old 15 July 2012, 08:19   #14
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Surprising nobody told anyone on here, or has it already been shared, couldn't find any threads or posts about it!
I've flagged it a few times to keep memebers informed as its a pretty rare event,and if your after a Bargain you COULD be Lucky
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Old 15 July 2012, 08:28   #15
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Yes saw your post so well done for sharing, as it was before my time I didn't see it, thought there would be more excitement about it but then thought maybe prices were too high hence my question are they a good deal.
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I wonder will the engines complete their "run-in" period before the WAFIs and 'Oarjockeys get their mitts on them?

I'd also be interested in the expected engine hours, considering that the average leisure engine does 50-75 hours per season.


*What IS the plural of "Ribcraft"? Ribcrafts? Ribcrafti?
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I wonder will the engines complete their "run-in" period before the WAFIs and 'Oarjockeys get their mitts on them?

I'd also be interested in the expected engine hours, considering that the average leisure engine does 50-75 hours per season.


*What IS the plural of "Ribcraft"? Ribcrafts? Ribcrafti?
Should Ribcraft owners be referred to as "Ribcrafterati"?
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You shouldn't be treated any different to the rest of us, just add "nobbers" at the end
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Hi watch it remember who are RC nobbers Its just 'badge' snobbery raising its head again
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Or "The soggy hatch mob"
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