yes Keith, all issues are little now aint they
life is good with the red hat, dontcha think
Russ, did you say FUEL class?? :)
Quoting Keith Turk <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Russ that was exactly what I was looking for... thank you for taking the
> time to let us know what it's like to come home to the mess you have
> Same thing here.... sorting out the little issues of life so Tonya can drive
> the car at the next Maxton meet... going to be a hoot...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Russel Mack" <email@example.com>
> To: "Keith Turk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
> Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2003 9:21 AM
> Subject: RE: The Rest of us
> > Keith:
> > well, since you asked...
> > What I SHOULD be doing is billable work, so I can accumulate a little cash
> > to move to a new place.
> > But I can't get my mind off lsr.
> > I keep putting down my "real" work to go run calculations or do book
> > research on a new idea I got, based on what I learned from my SpeedWeek
> > runs. I smell a "breakthrough"!
> > And the ebay parts market has been pretty exciting, too. I just bought...
> > -- a new windscreen ($15.50)-- mine has a little scratch
> > -- another plenum/ airbox ($9.50)-- so I can modify it to fit my shortened
> > throttle bodies, etc.
> > -- another engine ($420.99, including radiator & hoses)-- which I truly
> > don't need, but who can resist a 2003-model-- w/ only 2400 miles-- and
> > almost 3/hp per cubic inch--for that price?? ...I know-- this one can
> > become my "fuelie"; no, no- or my TURBO!!!
> > At least I have enough engines now that I won't be forced to work on my
> > trailer while I wait for parts or machine work.
> > The bike is almost back together from post-record inspection (had to pull
> > the cams out & everything, in all that blowing salt on Friday). I should
> > know before the end of the week whether it's gonna run again w/o a
> > rebuild.
> > Well, guess I really should get back to work.
> > Russ, #1226B