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Old 24 November 2012, 16:25   #71
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I have a better idea,I'll bugger off of my own accord. There's not much for me on this site these these days and probably vice versa. :-)
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Old 25 November 2012, 00:22   #72
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If you are going to be the grammar police you need to make sure your own posts are spot on, otherwise you just look like a tw@. Spelling and grammar pedantry is usually peddled by people of forums looking for an argument with nothing constructive to say - which is why the posting guidelines say: "ou're not going to be marked for spelling and grammar". If you are that bored you might want to refresh your memory: General posting guidelines

I think he's more messing with the Admin team seeing just how far he can push it. He must have fond memories of his cross dressing phase!
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Old 08 December 2012, 04:30   #73
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Didn't Honda have a problem with their saddles/brackets breaking? I'd give the saddle castings and main components close inspection whilst you've got them in bits.
I think when the Honda Racing class still existed they built up a reputation for this within racing circles however when you see what the engines had to stand up to its hardly suprising... TBH the bracket looks much the same and uses the same Power T&Tilt as many other manufactures including Suzuki, Evinrude etc.
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I have a better idea,I'll bugger off of my own accord. There's not much for me on this site these these days and probably vice versa. :-)
.......OH!... That was a 'Dummie' that went flying by the window
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Old 08 December 2012, 17:17   #75
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I think when the Honda Racing class still existed they built up a reputation for this within racing circles however when you see what the engines had to stand up to its hardly suprising...
This is the same with the racing Evinrudes, they are now moving towards using mounts CNC milled from billet.

I am interested in the strengthening you had done to the jockey seats, do you have any pics of this?
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