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Moses
PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2005 3:05 pm  Reply with quote
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jsyx wrote:
moses, that is perfect.
next step is to ditch that archaic cabeurator and get some fuel injection.
and unless you can actuate the front wheel, i'd say ditch that too.
p.s Corsa?!? try carbon fiber!!!


Not right now. Shhh... I think I am nearing a breakthough on cold fusion at room temperature, which could get me a billion miles to the gallon on the stella... must. be. carefu... OW! Damn.

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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2005 3:08 pm  Reply with quote
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I know a guy that put a turbo on a Stella. He got it going 110 MPH. Totally insane! It's amazing the things you can do to make your Stella fly!
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What did he do, push it off a cliff?
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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2005 3:22 pm  Reply with quote
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I actually had someone seriously suggest that I put a nitro pack on my stella. (Yeah, uh huh, sure... I'll get right on that)

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Ha ha. No really he used a turbo.

Next he is checking into space shuttle solid fuel rockets at NASA. He is designing a way to fit them hidden in the frame. The only thing you will see is the igniter button on the headset. I guess it is real simple. Just like those old ST rocket engines with a 6 volt battery and a little glow wire. Super cool!
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Derrick wrote:
Ha ha. No really he used a turbo.

Next he is checking into space shuttle solid fuel rockets at NASA. He is designing a way to fit them hidden in the frame. The only thing you will see is the igniter button on the headset. I guess it is real simple. Just like those old ST rocket engines with a 6 volt battery and a little glow wire. Super cool!


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-- Senator Padme, out with her buds, drinking a can of Red, White and Blue and sitting on her chromed-out P125X, watching a rider on a scooter fitted with rocket boosters smack into a boulder out in the desert.

(Yeesh... what does it take to get out of "Noob" status?) ;)

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Hey Derrick is this the same guy with the VMA hub AND a del'orto float, that was at the place where fooot foot almost made that thing go over tha part with the stuff?
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No. It's a different guy.
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oh.
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Ya.
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Egan wrote:
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So that's it... You people only write one-word messages. Must take forever to write and read, though. That's too much work for me. I'll get to "licensed" the old-fashioned way... bribery.

i have a Jar-Jar Binks action figure and a jar of gear oil, slightly used. I'll throw in a sixer of Schlitz, cans. Any takers from the admin department?

;)

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