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    Quote Originally Posted by simonsaunders View Post
    The Ashes 2005 documentary on C4. What a test series.

    I donít even like cricket, but that was special.
    It was an amazing event.
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    My new Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS ) screwdrivers turned up.

    I still canít believe that on top of Phillips and Posi, our Japanese friends add a third cross-head screw into the mix (to be fair, they predate globalised products). Which of course, litter their motorbikes. And, of course, most go at the screwheads with whatever crosshead screwdriver is to hand, steadily or quickly mangling the head. Me included. Until now!

    Bike is due a service, so theyíll be put into practice imminently. No doubly, fighting the heads of already damaged screws...
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    Quote Originally Posted by simonsaunders View Post
    My new Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS ) screwdrivers turned up.

    I still canít believe that on top of Phillips and Posi, our Japanese friends add a third cross-head screw into the mix (to be fair, they predate globalised products). Which of course, litter their motorbikes. And, of course, most go at the screwheads with whatever crosshead screwdriver is to hand, steadily or quickly mangling the head. Me included. Until now!

    Bike is due a service, so theyíll be put into practice imminently. No doubly, fighting the heads of already damaged screws...
    Oh, and mine are just cheap ones made by Laser. I have Laser JIS!
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    Did my first 50+ mile ride on the road bike since doing my back in over a year ago. God, I'm slow...
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    Quote Originally Posted by N/B View Post
    Did my first 50+ mile ride on the road bike since doing my back in over a year ago. God, I'm slow...
    Good man. I turn a wheel for the first time in 6 months tomorrow....may manage 20 slow miles....onwards and upwards.
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    I was at Millbrook yesterday, driving slowly around the hill route, urban route and the high-speed bowl. We were in lane 2 of the bowl, pootling along at 40mph, while a Singer DLS mule car and a McLaren F1 were high above us, hurtling past in lane 5. That was cool, as was the Aston DB4 GT Zagato which was doing a different test circuit...
    "Fortunately, I'd taken a spare Gearbox, Turbo, Actuator, Banjo Connector, Steering Rack, Driveshafts, ECU, Wideband sensor, 57-51mm silicone reducing elbow and a Copper Banjo Washer." - Nige

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Mac View Post
    I was at Millbrook yesterday, driving slowly around the hill route, urban route and the high-speed bowl. We were in lane 2 of the bowl, pootling along at 40mph, while a Singer DLS mule car and a McLaren F1 were high above us, hurtling past in lane 5. That was cool, as was the Aston DB4 GT Zagato which was doing a different test circuit...
    I had to replace a leaking evaporator in a qashqai the other day. Your name was fifty shades of mud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Mac View Post
    I was at Millbrook yesterday, driving slowly around the hill route, urban route and the high-speed bowl. We were in lane 2 of the bowl, pootling along at 40mph, while a Singer DLS mule car and a McLaren F1 were high above us, hurtling past in lane 5. That was cool, as was the Aston DB4 GT Zagato which was doing a different test circuit...
    I've done MIRA a couple of times. Cool stuff there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Benz View Post
    I had to replace a leaking evaporator in a qashqai the other day. Your name was fifty shades of mud.
    Oh, I just make sure things fit, I can't guarantee that they work, or can be disassembled...
    "Fortunately, I'd taken a spare Gearbox, Turbo, Actuator, Banjo Connector, Steering Rack, Driveshafts, ECU, Wideband sensor, 57-51mm silicone reducing elbow and a Copper Banjo Washer." - Nige

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    I've done MIRA a couple of times. Cool stuff there!
    I had to go up there a few times troubleshooting intermittent door latches on McLeran P1 production. To ensure the latch was subjected to temperatures and NVH we had to constantly do shakedowns (which included, tight handling circuit, doughnuts to test traction systems, high speed runs and launchís up to silly speeds - think they took about 45min each and after a few you start to really feel it.

    One of the guys from the build team on the Senna project projectile vomited all over the interior of one of the first pre production Sennaís on the bowl there.
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    I've just received a LinkedIn request for someone to join my network. I don't normally pay any attention to this, but apparently it's from a real lady in China called Twinkle Wang,
    "Fortunately, I'd taken a spare Gearbox, Turbo, Actuator, Banjo Connector, Steering Rack, Driveshafts, ECU, Wideband sensor, 57-51mm silicone reducing elbow and a Copper Banjo Washer." - Nige

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    Amazing

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    Lovely curry last night. Exceptional farts this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Mac View Post
    I was at Millbrook yesterday, driving slowly around the hill route, urban route and the high-speed bowl. We were in lane 2 of the bowl, pootling along at 40mph, while a Singer DLS mule car and a McLaren F1 were high above us, hurtling past in lane 5. That was cool, as was the Aston DB4 GT Zagato which was doing a different test circuit...
    Forgot to mention, I also saw a Rolls Royce Cullinan exiting the off-road course. It was dirty!
    "Fortunately, I'd taken a spare Gearbox, Turbo, Actuator, Banjo Connector, Steering Rack, Driveshafts, ECU, Wideband sensor, 57-51mm silicone reducing elbow and a Copper Banjo Washer." - Nige

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Mac View Post
    I've just received a LinkedIn request for someone to join my network. I don't normally pay any attention to this, but apparently it's from a real lady in China called Twinkle Wang,
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    Went phone shopping to Kings Lynn this morning, parked up in Tuesday market place, nice lady gave me her 2 hr ticket as she was walking back to her car. I was made up!

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    Kings Lynn. Did she have more than the usual number of fingers?

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    Did not count them

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    Too many to count on the hands of a normal person?

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    Might have had webbed feet.

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    All the better for swimming with

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    Strictly not today but yesterday, liked the fact I managed a 60 mile ride on my road bike. Pleased as it is the furtherest I have ridden a push bike in 25 years.

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    Fair trek Jamie!!

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