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« Reply #15 on: January 25, 2008, 01:21:59 AM »

Craig I saw you on Nationial Geographic this evening with the sidecar in it's old configuration. It was pretty cool!

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« Reply #16 on: January 27, 2008, 09:16:37 PM »

Scott, Our first trip to the salt was very lucky, to have such great conditions made things a bit easy for us. It was very cool to run the bike and be so very close to the W/R. It really got me going in this direction and since "Kent said he would help" ......I didn't realise I had so much to learn, let alone do, but it's really good. I really like the shop time, as it's a place that I have control of my world, about the only place!! I will get there, I will go faster.
 Meeting the guys from the Vincent streamliner group gave me the understanding of perseverance  in this particular motorsport. My hat will always be off to Max, one day baby!!
 Kent, you can bust my chops much as you like, it's a great motivator! (and if it takes some heat from Sum.... you'll have to turn up the heat!!!, if you have the time and energy!!) Good luck with your new project(s)!!
 Thank you, Kent and Dusty for all your help, John N. for your interest and Scott for for your prodding, you really got er done buddy! I'll be in touch soon.
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« Reply #17 on: January 27, 2008, 09:25:34 PM »

Scott, Our first trip to the salt was very lucky, to have such great conditions made things a bit easy for us. It was very cool to run the bike and be so very close to the W/R. It really got me going in this direction and since "Kent said he would help" ......I didn't realise I had so much to learn, let alone do, but it's really good. I really like the shop time, as it's a place that I have control of my world, about the only place!! I will get there, I will go faster.
 Meeting the guys from the Vincent streamliner group gave me the understanding of perseverance  in this particular motorsport. My hat will always be off to Max, one day baby!!
 Kent, you can bust my chops much as you like, it's a great motivator! (and if it takes some heat from Sum.... you'll have to turn up the heat!!!, if you have the time and energy!!) Good luck with your new project(s)!!
 Thank you, Kent and Dusty for all your help, John N. for your interest and Scott for for your prodding, you really got er done buddy! I'll be in touch soon.
 Craig
 

Craig,

With your drive and the goals you have I am sure your plan will come together.

250 Plus for you I hope!!

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« Reply #18 on: January 28, 2008, 02:45:24 AM »

250.?...please.!... with a turbo busa, that thing has 300 potential...and craig has da sack ta do it...if he ever works on it.....
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« Reply #19 on: January 28, 2008, 01:25:06 PM »

You have a cheek Kent talking about work...it is 1820 over here in the UK, which means it must be about 0900 where you are, and you are playing with the computer! No wonder you end up working late!!!
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« Reply #20 on: January 28, 2008, 02:32:00 PM »

250.?...please.!... with a turbo busa, that thing has 300 potential...and craig has da sack ta do it...if he ever works on it.....
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Kent,

I can say with certainty that he will hit 250 mph before he hits 300 plus...


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