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Old 02-02-2009, 01:05 PM   #11
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Nothing like being on waterhours so you boyz could wash their airplanes, not that water hours ever bothered a pit snipe, we had a main condenser full of hot water 24/7....we had to put up with the rest of the crew reeking though.
Right. And now you're going to tell us that you took a shower straight out of the condenser.
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Old 02-02-2009, 04:30 PM   #12
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Right. And now you're going to tell us that you took a shower straight out of the condenser.
not straight out, there was a heat exchanger that heated potable water before it went into the DA tank as make-up that came off the condensate outlet to the feedbottom, the Machinist Mates set it up and my memory is a little fuzzy but as I recall that's where the hose was set up. Anyway it was clean hot water and plenty of it. There was a rubber mat you stood on on the grating and a hose and you just opened the drain valve, soaped up and rinsed off.
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Old 02-02-2009, 04:48 PM   #13
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not straight out, there was a heat exchanger that heated potable water before it went into the DA tank as make-up that came off the condensate outlet to the feedbottom, the Machinist Mates set it up and my memory is a little fuzzy but as I recall that's where the hose was set up. Anyway it was clean hot water and plenty of it. There was a rubber mat you stood on on the grating and a hose and you just opened the drain valve, soaped up and rinsed off.
Damn, you are a sexy beast!
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Old 02-02-2009, 06:55 PM   #14
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Damn, you are a sexy beast!

some guys have it baby YEAH!
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Old 02-02-2009, 08:18 PM   #15
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Mobil 1 - works good lasts a long time
RotellaT - works good lasts a long time
Spectro - works good lasts a long time
Royal Purple - works good lasts a long time
Any bike oil - works good lasts a long time
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Old 02-03-2009, 06:49 AM   #16
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Mobil 1 - works good lasts a long time
RotellaT - works good lasts a long time
Spectro - works good lasts a long time
Royal Purple - works good lasts a long time
Any bike oil - works good lasts a long time

But..But... Amsoil is a class1V Dimethylorophin based long chain poly chlorinated byphenol "Full" Synthetic.....ithe rest of those or class 111 tolytriazole sulfate molybdenum based short chain polymers !!!.....IF YOU DON'T USE AMSOIL YOUR BIKE WILL EXPLODE INTO A MILLION TINY LITTLE PIECES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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That stuff is all too slippery. You'll flat spot all your bearings I tells ya.
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Old 02-03-2009, 07:01 AM   #18
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That stuff is all too slippery. You'll flat spot all your bearings I tells ya.
That Rotella is made for diesels, it has so much phosphate detergant in it it'll strip the cylinder walls and make you loose compression!
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Everyone who has ever heard of a modern motorcycle using motorcycle compatible oil, changed regularly, experiencing engine failure because the oil broke down, please speak up.

(crickets)

I thought so.
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Everyone who has ever heard of a modern motorcycle using motorcycle compatible oil, changed regularly, experiencing engine failure because the oil broke down, please speak up.

(crickets)

I thought so.

I had my '74 175 Enduro lock the rear wheel because the tranny oil broke down(and onto the ground) after a couple hours.
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