Looking good Shawn, as always :thumbup:No progress this weekend as I will be in Daytona for Bike week and Races.
haha, yea there were lots of shenanigans as usual. Races were unbelievable as always. An 18yr old girl from Ft Meyers won the morning Superbike race if you are into that -> http://elenamyers.com/. The Daytona 200 was great as well.Looking good Shawn, as always :thumbup:
I passed thru Daytona earlier in the week and it was already crazy arond the HD dealer @ US-1 all closed off for what seemed like miles, we stopped there for gas on the way back from Jax picking up an almost immaculate 83 Cabby
Nice, but what does she way, 90lbs soaking wet? :laugh:
One of the best FMIC intercooler installs I have seen. Nice work, can't wait to see this transplanted into the car. :thumbup:Spent 2 days figuring out what happened to the Cooling circuit on my TIG , but got it all squared up.
Had a bit of time to finish up the outlet side of the IC, I started mocking up some of the piping and will be starting on the Inlet side of the IC. It is slow progress as usual, but steady.
Way? :facepalm: Chad please tell me you were drunk when you posted this or Adam posted for you.Nice, but what does she way, 90lbs soaking wet? :laugh:
The 200 is awesome! I always liked the vintage class and flat track racing around the corner :thumbup:
:thumbup::thumbup:I taught both my son and daughter to surf today. This, BTW, was at the same beach and very spot that I learned many years ago and then later used to represent my Turbo MKII Scirocco at back in the late '80s. Coincidentally, "The Shark Bite Capital of the world" (New Symrna Beach Inlet) , but who worries about that stuff?
Drunk posting FTW :laugh:Way? :facepalm: Chad please tell me you were drunk when you posted this or Adam posted for you.
That's the whole reason I never wanted to learn. Ima wuss when it comes to being on the food chain. I'd much prefer to have a 800cc twin cylinder between my legs when playing in the surf.Coincidentally, "The Shark Bite Capital of the world" (New Symrna Beach Inlet) , but who worries about that stuff?
Damn doodI have been super busy with everything under the sun (except the Corrado). Although, I did Buff and wax it and drive it a bit
One of many items that has been keeping me busy is this little girl I picked up. Don't let the fact that looks a bit messy and old fool you. This thing is built like a freaking tank!
I started tearing it apart to inspect, clean and paint. All of the internals look amazing, so it just needs a couple of bushings made on the apron shafts etc, and they are not even really that bad. Really just some TLC and a few things here and there.
Should be fun to have this at the house and not have to travel to my brother's shop to use his mini lathe