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 Post subject: Re: Motor build for "Yellow Bike III"
PostPosted: Sat Jan 18, 2014 8:09 pm 
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That is such a beautiful build Steve, and it's so good to see it in it's true element. I believe it would need a belly pan to race D.J., and I and haven't seen one in any of the photos. Is racing in it's future Steve?
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 Post subject: Re: Motor build for "Yellow Bike III"
PostPosted: Sun Jan 19, 2014 1:08 pm 
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DJ/Bill: No racing in its future, but it will be Basil's main track day ride (he also uses his brother's GPM TT1 replica). Very enthusiastic guy and decent with a set of spanners.

Carlo: I do my best and try to learn from guys like you, Lou, Cranky and Palmer.. Thanks again for the compliments.

Palmer built an excellent motor and it wouldn't be a bike without one..

I'm just relieved that nothing broke or fell off and that the bike handled as it should have :D

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