quiksilver

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    time to put the mustard on the hot dog little miss muffet

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  1. I came in here hoping to see a repaired pic of your R and I get this. Bruh.
  2. That's some good written birth control right there.
  3. Hmm, maybe this is my problem too. I'm getting the same idle drop that bmdubya noted. Would this potentially result in irregular voltage readings in logs (random spiking) whenever on throttle?
  4. That might be because you're still living in 1995.
  5. Andy, headlights are the windows to the soul.
  6. I'm not offering to build another set, but look into getting someone to retrofit bi-xenon or bi-LED projectors. I'm extremely happy with my light output, plus IMO the retrofit looks good.
  7. I was already thinking that. Alan: I looked up some other builds, and repeatedly saw them under 20lbs. It's an all aluminum frame and fork, with a slew of late 80s Dura-Ace, high end Suntour & Campy. I'm excited to get it back to where it should be.
  8. The replacement bike. 1986 Alan Record, then immediately ordered new brake cables, Brooks C15, cork bar tape, new tires, etc... Let the restoration begin.
  9. Still slightly in disbelief that they selected me for that lot.
  10. Michael and I were fortunate to have our cars selected to be within Oblivion, effectively a Canadian Radwood and probably the best car show I've attended. I was placed within the front lot with an AMG Hammer, F40, XJ220, 560SL, pair of Saab 900 Turbos, Lada Niva, Ford EXP, etc...
  11. This is it, dirty after driving 500km. Nebulas are in the garage at home. Ottawa roads are like driving on a pubescent kids face.