Hey gang; remember a few post back the strange Asian post? We'll I was intending to use its appearance to try and tease Mr.Dillon. However with N.K. setting of a nuke tonight The whole thing just got extremely unfunny...Maby we ought to have russ53 have a look at it and see if its anything important or not. There''s got to be Amerasian dawgs out there that can Identify this language and tell us if'n its any thing important. I hope michealc is right and its nothing.But given the seriousness of what's happened I think we ought to know if someones used our forum for a nefarious purpose...slowfire
Thanks lee;that eased my mind a bunch. It just creep ed me out that stuff appearing sun am. and the nuke going off Sunday nite. then looked like a response Monday am. But I sure the military most likely the NAVY is probably looking up N.K. s A$$ right now.Ill bet whosehisface can't fart without a full report hitting' the presidents desk. But really I shouldn't meddle in thing's to great for me.. I saw an interesting bumper sticker that I thought applies "Do not meddle in the affair's of Dragon's, For you are crunchy and good with ketchup!!!" (Say goodnight slowfire) GOODNIGHT!!!
that's chinese bride junk... again otherwise i work half a year as little chief in always different supermarket and in wood/cooperation industry in thailand/china and laos where i own some land/house and parts of night club but i need money ! please ! lol
Currently I own 2 computer shops, an Internet Cafe', and provide ISP services via Motorola Wireless systems for 3 counties in Western North Carolina. Previously I was an electrician - mostly just did motor control / Industrial stuff. I have a Vento Zip r3i, modded to pull 65mph all day, and a SunL 150 vento/phantom clone that is currently bone stock - less than 300 miles. I ride the scoots nearly daily between shops, and for joy rides on the Blue Ridge Parkway with my sons to relax.
I am a nameless, faceless, Federal bureaucrat who works in the policy development and enforcement of the HIPAA privacy rule. I am an attorney by training and fell in love with scootering while living on the Gold Coast of Chicago for several years. Now I live 25 miles outside of DC and compete for road space with some of the most aggressive drivers on this planet.
Post by strangerdejavu on Oct 30, 2006 7:59:11 GMT -5
Welcome to the board, smalbany! Take care on those roads out there, ok? We don't need anyone to be a statistic around here. Scootdawgs ARE the safest drivers, you know It sounds like you have some experience with scoots, what are you riding and what have you had in the past?
Yes it started life as a 50cc - kinda strange setup though - had an 80cc cylinder in it - rumor is that it was destined for Mexico and got sidetracked here.
The rest of the mods are; 42mm Racing ATV crank with Teflon spacers koyo 18k rpm bearings 19mm Arreche carb 105main Unifilter airbox Polini carbonfiber reeds/cage Technigas Race Pipe Malossi Variator 4.5g Rollers Malossi red Clutch springs Malossi yellow Torque driver Bando Kevlar belt Vented tranny case custom spark plug boot w/NGK B9HS New fan, shroud and stator/flywheel assy. battery relocated to under floorpan - I think that's it oh yea, and it's a biatch to start cold, but after that stand back! ;D
I am a web developer specializing in working with small- to medium-size companies, traditional and non-traditional medical organizations, and professional organizations.
I started out as an engineer with Bell Labs many years ago, then became an instrumentation engineer working in air and underwater acoustics, spent a couple of yeears doing aviation simulations, and then did 10-15 years of tech writing. Started writing for the web and then moved into the technical end of web building (although I still write some of the text).
For fun, since it doesn't make much money, I occasionally write for an aviation magazine. And when I can afford it, I fly a plane I own with 2 friends.
I just bought a Bandit MotorSports UC-150 (touring model) and RC-150 (classic model for my wife). And I do mean "just" -- they arrived today.
Thanks Lee. Yep, they started right up, with just a little coaxing with the throttle the first time. Today I convinced the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles that I was not intent on creating mayem with them (fools -- they believed me...) and I was riding them both this afternoon. Nice power but I obviously need some practice at low-speed handling.
I manage the CNC department at a Tool and Die shop. Happy to help out with machine shop stuff if anyone needs it.
I bought a Yamati Strada RX-8 2T from scootertronics back in May. I've been through some tribulations with it, but it's running pretty good now. Scootertronics has been great with warantee parts. Plan on upgrading to 70cc in the spring, should be lots of fun.
Thanks for the great site Dawg. Keep up the great work!
Hey wireburn, I used to do that. I programed them, set 'em up and stupidvised. That was over 20 years ago though....back in the days before they had computers that could program the CNC's. Think of it.....computers are programming computers.
Hi, I new here in this forum. Am a field engineer, mechanical, for large industrial gears and gearboxes. have my own consulting-contracting company and travel worldwide fixing and installing these gears.
larry and my babies: '08 Piaggio MP3-400 un-named '67 BMW R69S named "Toots"
Man we got the makings of our own scooter company on here from engineering, manufacturing, distributing, marketing, and sales.... now we just need a sugar daddy..... Just think a whole line of ScootDawg scooters from the 50cc Puppy to the 600cc Great Dane touring model.... Personally I want the Rotweiler...a bad a$$ 250cc sport tourer all black.... (yeah dreaming again)
Post by Grumpy Old Git on Nov 28, 2006 20:33:59 GMT -5
Im a retired old git who used to be a photo-journalist until I took a liking to treasure hunting and combined the two. I owned my first scoot back in the 50's and now own a baotian 50cc for getting around on and upsetting frustrated car drivers stuck in mile long traffic hold ups. LOL. I have de-restricted the bike co's it only did a lousy 30 mph now it can get upto 45 on the flat and had it over 50 mph downhill so far. The best is yet to come. Im an Aussie but live in the UK, there's plenty of History over here and am currently researching King Arthur. Gee, I hope I dont bore you guys to tears LOL
If you cant beat them using science, baffle em with Bulldust
wereed: HOw can I start a thread?
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wereed: or respond to a thread I started three years ago...
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marklorenzi: I just bought one of the Fleetwoods. They look like a clone of the Honda XRM's they sell overseas. It is in transit now and I should get it this week. I will try to post my experience here. Call me the guinea pig hahaha.
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flyangler: wereed, this forum is read only the new forum is on the banner above. Dan
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silkyg1973: can someone please tell me how to post
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