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Old 12-28-2014, 08:25 AM   #1
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What is your favorite pastime?

This is mine.

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Wow, Glenn, looks great! What are the 1/8 - 1/4 mile specs on your runs?
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I run an index class of 8.0 in the 1/4 which works out to about 165 MPH, but have run faster by mistake.
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Great, what is the HP?
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Glenn, I think you have a typo in the title of this thread... did you mean to post "What is your favorite fast time?

Nice ride, but what is your MPG and do you use pink stuff or blow it out to winterize .
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Great, what is the HP?
Last time it was on the dyno it was 813, suspect I'm making more now.

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Glenn, I think you have a typo in the title of this thread... did you mean to post "What is your favorite fast time?

Nice ride, but what is your MPG and do you use pink stuff or blow it out to winterize .


About 3 gallons a 1/4 mile of alcohol.

Yes I know, I cannot change it, moderator can you correct it for me?

It should read

What is your favorite past time?
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Old 12-28-2014, 09:48 AM   #7
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Yes I know, I cannot change it, moderator can you correct it for me?

It should read: What is your favorite past time?
No worries, you got it right. I was just trying to add a little humor . The DW laughs at my jokes but she reminds me often that they are probably only funny to her.
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Old 12-28-2014, 10:09 AM   #8
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No worries, you got it right. I was just trying to add a little humor . The DW laughs at my jokes but she reminds me often that they are probably only funny to her.
I did get it, I actually did misspell it.

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No....., I don't think you still did Glenn.......?
I was proposed to be "Fast Time"..........not past time.
You had to point out "Favorite" miss spelled.......I missed that
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This is what we do in our spare time
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Then came the Coach......

Past time........" Riding " our country before we bought the Coach.....rode through all 48 State's, including Canada, this photo is from 06', Left house in Penna. on a 3 week trip, 24 different state's, 8423 miles......west coast and back through the south.
Have done several long distance trips over the years
Not as many miles racked up now these days, we take it with us and use the Coach for a home base.
PS - That is not clouds in the sky in the background........
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