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ouch :!: :!: :!:
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Ohhhh cranky :oops: :oops:
is it reality - ore do you have a new Programm to make very realistic models :?: :shock: :?: :shock:
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OMG, there is a growing need for a roller conversion for B25s, or at least strong rods, if only to preserve the remaining stock of crank cases. What revs?

What the papers say:
Lucy Leads (next to the alternator wires)
???ton dented (Piston perhaps?) :laugh Sorry..
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Thanks for your sympathy, not so bad I only needed to replace:
Crankcases
Barrel
Piston
Conrod
Trousers...
Revs, don't know but I was only doing 69mph 'onest
Need one of these but can't pay the £700:
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Crankbuster you Know you shouldn't leave you rod hanging out like that in public.
What con rod is it that costs 700?
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minetymenace wrote:OMG, there is a growing need for a roller conversion for B25s, or at least strong rods, if only to preserve the remaining stock of crank cases. What revs?

What the papers say:
Lucy Leads (next to the alternator wires)
???ton dented (Piston perhaps?) :laugh Sorry..
roller conversion on a b25? not needed, nor is an after market rod if you use the 71 type.
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midgie wrote:
minetymenace wrote:OMG, there is a growing need for a roller conversion for B25s, or at least strong rods, if only to preserve the remaining stock of crank cases. What revs?

What the papers say:
Lucy Leads (next to the alternator wires)
???ton dented (Piston perhaps?) :laugh Sorry..
roller conversion on a b25? not needed, nor is an after market rod if you use the 71 type.
HA, Now who's dreaming about con rods !
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crankbuster wrote:
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That's going to require quite a bit of welding rod.
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wow, 69mph in first gear gear! Impressive :oops:
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:shock:

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Thanks for the info Jeff K,tell me when you installed the podtronics regulator/rectifier did you have to reverse all the lighting connections to neg. ground ?
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