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koya
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Newbie

Post by koya » Wed Jul 11, 2012 7:40 pm

Finally managed to get the corect code and register, I just wanted to say hello to everyone. I am looking forward to discussing future project.

Ben
"Salty Olde Chief"

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coachgeo
I luv the smell of Diesel...
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Location: USA Ohio, Above Cincinnati, Close to Dayton

Re: Newbie

Post by coachgeo » Wed Jul 11, 2012 8:30 pm

Look forward to it.

silver fox
Been here a while now..
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Re: Newbie

Post by silver fox » Wed Jul 11, 2012 9:20 pm

Welcome Ben :D

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Stuart
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Re: Newbie

Post by Stuart » Thu Jul 12, 2012 8:07 am

Hi Ben & welcome :D

Curtis in Texas
I luv the smell of Diesel...
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Location: Rhome, Texas

Re: Newbie

Post by Curtis in Texas » Fri Jul 13, 2012 5:32 pm

What part of the U.S. are youn in Ben?

There are several of us in the North Texas area.

I managed to end up with the Diesel KLR built my Sparky.

If you're near me come by and say Hi.

Got it registered and insured today. Will be riding it as much as possible.

Modded it a little from what Spary did to it.

SO far it's getting 128 MPG.
It only cost a little more to go first class,
You just can't stay as long...

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coachgeo
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Re: Newbie

Post by coachgeo » Sat Jul 14, 2012 3:27 am

Curtis in Texas wrote:What part of the U.S. are youn in Ben?

....Got it registered and insured today. Will be riding it as much as possible.

Modded it a little from what Spary did to it.

SO far it's getting 128 MPG.
With out pics or video.... it didnt happen :mrgreen:

Curtis in Texas
I luv the smell of Diesel...
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Location: Rhome, Texas

Re: Newbie

Post by Curtis in Texas » Sat Jul 14, 2012 3:37 am

coachgeo wrote:
Curtis in Texas wrote:What part of the U.S. are youn in Ben?

....Got it registered and insured today. Will be riding it as much as possible.

Modded it a little from what Spary did to it.

SO far it's getting 128 MPG.
With out pics or video.... it didnt happen :mrgreen:
Heck, I rode it into Fort Worth tonight for our Friday Night Ice Cream "Meet and Greet" with the Two Wheel Texan Group. Took a long time to get there and back. Had to take all the back roads both ways. A one way trip of 26 miles by highway, but about 40 miles by back roads.

My new quest is to find out how big the Royal Infield transmission is and if it will fit this bike. I honestly think this bike will do 65 on flat ground with a manual transmission. Maybe 70 with the wind at my back. Not sure if anyone took a picture of it there tonight, But I"ll check and post it if they did..
It only cost a little more to go first class,
You just can't stay as long...

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DieselFly
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Re: Newbie

Post by DieselFly » Tue Jul 17, 2012 7:56 pm

Hey Ben glad to see you made it. Now the fun really starts

Sean
Finished and riding 1975
CB500t Turbo Punsun powered
hardtail.

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