I agree. Actually, cycling IS a triumph topic... As long
as it's triumph cycles we're talking about. And photographing
Truimphs is a worthy pastime. And a good bottle of homebrew
helps after a long day under the car.
Seriously though, the occasional off topic post is fine by
me, especially if it's entertaining. Screaming matches
about ideological differences aren't, and they're not
even going to change the opinions of any of the participants.
So to make a counter proposal, shall we start a discussion
of abortion, the death penalty, school prayer, the war on drugs ....
NO! We have important things to discuss, like what kind of oil
to use in your dashpots, and the exact formula for BRG.
BTW, my friends 240Z I'm driving these days (while the spit gets further
engine swap heresy) came equipped with dual SUs. Not sure what variety.
Does anyone know of a web site which describes the care and feeding o
these carbs ?
And finally, I see a fair number of Zs (mostly later, but some early)
in the junk yards around here, so that might be source of SU carbs for
various TRs. Some volvos used them too.
"Philip E. Barnes" wrote:
> "I also happen to be interested in bicycling, photography and home brewing.
> Shall we have a discussion on those topics as well?"
> Absolutely! I had Olympic cycling aspirations in high school before
> arthritis took my knees, I majored in photographic science in college, and
> have been known to whip up a fair batch of wheat beer on occasion. What
> shall we talk about first?
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