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PostSubject: South East Scrapbook   Fri Feb 24, 2012 8:42 am

Hi All.
I've read a lot of post by our old friend JB, I seem to remember ( maybe I'm wrong ) within the said book there lies a
a photo taken at Llandow, If my memory serves me ,John Sawer leads Sam Benn followed by John Bass, could I ask our
archive administrator to look at the photo and post it and maybe JB can verify it is he, as I said I may be wrong but I would
like to know.
On a different note, does anyone know of a dyno setup in the Surrey area that works with 2 stroke engines.
Regards.
Les .
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PostSubject: Re: South East Scrapbook   Fri Feb 24, 2012 9:39 am

hi les

all this old stuff is so interesting, les do you have a copy of that Graham bell Exhust paper you talk of, and spoke about on your explanation of how you built the barrel on JS1, I must say there are some really helpfull things in there, but one other thing could you axplain what you mean by the 4 tubes added, are these the 4 stud holes? or have I miss read this.

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PostSubject: Re: South East Scrapbook   Tue Feb 28, 2012 8:59 am

Sorry Les no photo matching that descripion...
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PostSubject: Re: South East Scrapbook   Tue Feb 28, 2012 8:18 pm

was'nt it loaded on here ?

I seem to remeber it, and JB commented on his riding style making ref to some one copying his riding style "a'la schwtz's" in his dreams ? look on the bright side "Les at least JB is not talking about "flywheel's anymore." lol

Derek
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PostSubject: Re: South East Scrapbook   Tue Feb 28, 2012 11:15 pm

Maybe your thinking of the photo of Colin Aldridge, Max Ridge & JB on page five of Att Mike Potter, Frames & Handling Derek
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PostSubject: Re: South East Scrapbook   Tue Feb 28, 2012 11:27 pm

Hi Les / ED

Thanks ed your right,

Les susan kindly gave me Johns scrap/note book there are plenty of photo's in it, someone has borroed it I will ask them for it, so check and get back to you, but I do remeber the photo your talking about, but can not think when I seen it.

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PostSubject: Hey Derek...   Wed Feb 29, 2012 3:59 am

Hey Derek -- who said JayBee has packed-in talking about Flywheels? -- take a look at Trevor┤s `phenomonen┤...

═ have a secret engine -- which I would build if I had a machine-shop. Its a revolutionary affair that incorporates largish flywheels to ensure its success.

I would love to get hold of a few pics of the Llandow 17th May 1973 meeting because that was the day I got a warning from the ACU Steward for broadsiding Top Bend with foot on the road -- of course, it was raining... Memorarble Day! Sticky Mick fell off on his way to the last Senior race grid assembly -- Niffy broke his leg ... and ....
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