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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Bruno T ., Sep 2, 2008.
That 350 rocks the ice too !
Looks like that outfit might make your knees sweat
Turn up the volume and enjoy!
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It's not so much the outfit as it is trying to keep up with the hooligans I would ride with.
That's an awesome video, Marco ! Thanks for taking the time to put it together and share it with us.
1000 miles in 3 1/2 days, you guys are retarded
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Meee- tal --eee-- kaaa!!!!!!
Nice footage of the water crossing (those pesky beavers). I could almost feel the squish in my boots while I watched that.
The days are getting longer. Rides in the UP will be here sooner than you think.
Glad you like it guys!
Hahahaaa, what a goon.
There is just something about that U.P. beaver. It is like no other beaver I know. It lures me back, year after year.
Nice video, Marco. Thanks.
Sounds like it could be a Kid Rock song.
Fresh sprockets are for pooosie babies
Those boys don't mess around.
Yup summer... no snazzy music, just the glory of internal combustion. If anyone knows how to embed please feel free.
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Did you figure out what happened to your motor, Chris ?
Yes, cam siezed in the head...motor/oil not up to temp. Clack clack clack bang....and that was that. All 3 intake valves bent, and guides cracked. Head is at shop seeing if it can be saved, center intake bucket shattered. they are heat cycling it to extract the bits...and hopefully confirm if that bore is ok.
If not; I have I line on another head. Expensive couple of minutes. Bummer I was looking forward to hanging out and riding with you all...after the bang I was not very good company.
THANKS MARCO!!!! for the video help
Damn, that sucks. Hopefully the head can be saved.
There's lots of ice left, if we can get through the snow to it.