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Old 05-14-2014, 08:49 AM   #9621
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Dale, I am so glad you and Arlene started your Yukon journey. Look forward to the pictures and stories when you get back.
Thank-you. By the time we get back. I will be looking to burn some big displacement 2 stroke fuel.
Let's just say the 3W needs some more fuel through it to get closer to the desired run-in.

Might need a new signature soon, hmmm.

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I can't read the writing on the tailgate... does that say Platinum or Chint???

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I think it reads chint.
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All I can make out is Chintanium........
ROTFLMAO!!!

Once you spark the big 6.2L everyone realizes it's CT Free!!

Actually I "Doc tuned" a Ct for a friend 2 days ago, was running impressive!!!! But for how long???????
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Old 05-14-2014, 09:08 AM   #9623
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Thank-you. By the time we get back. I will be looking to burn some big displacement 2 stroke fuel.
Let's just say the 3W needs some more fuel through it to get closer to the desired run-in.

Might need a new signature soon, hmmm.

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Nice Dale, another great step in bringing back the heritage to the West!!
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Old 05-14-2014, 09:28 AM   #9624
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Longevity Jack.
All the good engines are found deep in the alphabet.
eg: WWW, ZDZ.


7lbs of CT pound'n Furry!

I wake this morning chuckling. That poor little 35. The (future) recipient of the wrath of the CT Crusher. Damn it's funny now, when it happens, then forever on video.

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ROTFLMAO!!!

Once you spark the big 6.2L everyone realizes it's CT Free!!

Actually I "Doc tuned" a Ct for a friend 2 days ago, was running impressive!!!! But for how long???????
ROTFL!!! I imagine sparking that big 6.2L is quite impressive for sure! Would love a vehicle someday that wouldn't feel a 14x7 trailer Unfortunately that's too tough on my Honda-valves, LOL

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ROTFL!!! I imagine sparking that big 6.2L is quite impressive for sure! Would love a vehicle someday that wouldn't feel a 14x7 trailer Unfortunately that's too tough on my Honda-valves, LOL

Congrats on the tuning. These are small steps towards a Cht conversion
How many CT's you have Trevor?

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Longevity Jack.
All the good engines are found deep in the alphabet.
eg: WWW, ZDZ.


7lbs of CT pound'n Furry!

I wake this morning chuckling. That poor little 35. The (future) recipient of the wrath of the CT Crusher. Damn it's funny now, when it happens, then forever on video.

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Yes, longevity Dale along with the relaxing flip.n.fly days at the flying field!

The video? Perhaps the most enjoyable one of my life!!
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Old 05-14-2014, 09:39 AM   #9628
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Yes, longevity Dale along with the relaxing flip.n.fly days at the flying field!

The video? Perhaps the most enjoyable one of my life!!
For sure, a must-do.
As the Mafia are always "Screaming" for video from out west.


WHACK !

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[/COLOR]]ROTFL!!! I imagine sparking that big 6.2L is quite impressive for sure! Would love a vehicle someday that wouldn't feel a 14x7 trailer Unfortunately that's too tough on my Honda-valves, LOL

Congrats on the tuning. These are small steps towards a Cht conversion
That's pushing pretty hard on the limits Trevor!...but helping a "friend in dyer need" ....YES!!
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For sure, a must-do.
As the Mafia are always "Screaming" for video from out west.


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