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Old June 16th 2004, 18:16
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Old June 16th 2004, 21:01
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hmmm. and no bids. let's see. if we each throw in a grand...we could easily make it with all of the members help on here. then we just have to figure out a rotation schedule.
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Old June 17th 2004, 16:29
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I guess now we know it was overpriced at $660K. Who'da thunkit?
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Old June 17th 2004, 18:55
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So Zen if YOU are collecting the money and your $1,000. was therefore the first, then you would get the car first, right? Therefore who ever sends you the next thousand first gets it second, right? So this is easier than we all thought on the rotation. The only question is the period of possession based on the thousand. One week? One month? Or would it be done by miles? Keep us all posted OK?

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Look what I "took" home from work a few nights ago. The customer complained of an intermitent loss of power between 9k and 15k rpm. There were no "FI" codes or check engine lights so he wanted someone to take the bike home to put some miles on it. Well I did put about 100 miles on it and I found the problem, but not before having some fun. It was a loose spark plug cap/coil. Suzuki didn't get the #1 cap/coil all the way down on the plug at the factory and it would only act up during cornering when the cap would be forced off the plug by the side to side movement of the bike.

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Old June 29th 2004, 00:59
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Good customer service :agree:

did you get paid extra?

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Old June 29th 2004, 21:13
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Good customer service :agree:

did you get paid extra?

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No extra pay but I did get the satisfaction of whooping my friends but in the twisties.

Nothing like going 85 mph in a 20 mph corner. :agree:
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