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Old 13 May 2005, 02:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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FRIDAY ! ! ! ! ! !! ! ! ! !

:evil: :evil: morning all , cant beleive i'm up at this time in the morning :cry: am
knackered need sleep & set of ear plugs ........................... :roll: :roll: :wink:
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Old 13 May 2005, 05:12 AM   #2 (permalink)
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morning got hard day today got to sack 2 of my men later
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Old 13 May 2005, 05:42 AM   #3 (permalink)
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morning symon ...................... :wink:
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Old 13 May 2005, 06:10 AM   #4 (permalink)
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morning got hard day today got to sack 2 of my men later
best of luck then Simon

morning Chilly - or have you gone back to bed :shock:

bit overcast today - but hey - off to bonny Scotland tomorrow for a week

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:roll: i wish cat , i'm off to work now so will be on later ............... :wink: :wink:
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Morning Paul Symon Shaz morning all as Shaz said Symon best of luck with the two men mate
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good morning, last night my mate russ turned up to our meet in his 05 evo fq400, totally awesome 8)
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Morning everyone it's very sunny here on the east coast 8)

Lucky you Shaz, Scotland is my favourtie place, I do hope you're going in the scoob as those roads were made for it.

Poor you Symon, good luck with it.
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morning Steve FQ400 47,000 :shock: but very very 8) is nelson dribbling I am .
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Old 13 May 2005, 08:29 AM   #11 (permalink)
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we all took a drive down to malton from hull about 50 miles away from hull, i followed him on the way back after the meet and the handling on his car was in a different league to the scoob & he couldn't go over 4,500 rpm :shock: he's got 200 miles to go for the 1000 miles :wink:. nelson would have loved it 8)
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Old 13 May 2005, 09:12 AM   #12 (permalink)
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we all took a drive down to malton from hull about 50 miles away from hull, i followed him on the way back after the meet and the handling on his car was in a different league to the scoob & he couldn't go over 4,500 rpm :shock: he's got 200 miles to go for the 1000 miles :wink:. nelson would have loved it 8)
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morning Steve FQ400 47,000 :shock: but very very 8) is nelson dribbling I am .
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poseing sod. Wish I could afford one

When I win the lotto I am gonna have a rally spec scoob and evo, and drive what I feel like driving that day.

oh well one can dream :wink:
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i'll tell you what was surprising russ popped the boot of the fq400 and he said to lift it up & it weighed absolutely nothing, all panels on the car super lightweight :shock: & when you looked at the bonnet you could see the engine through the grid thingy. was really cool, think he was loving the attention though pmsl
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we all took a drive down to malton from hull about 50 miles away from hull, i followed him on the way back after the meet and the handling on his car was in a different league to the scoob & he couldn't go over 4,500 rpm :shock: he's got 200 miles to go for the 1000 miles :wink:. nelson would have loved it 8)
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morning Steve FQ400 47,000 :shock: but very very 8) is nelson dribbling I am .
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poseing sod. Wish I could afford one

When I win the lotto I am gonna have a rally spec scoob and evo, and drive what I feel like driving that day.

oh well one can dream :wink:
He should really notice the differance when he can get the revs above 4.500 rpm no boost untill he gets to about this level.
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i think your right bob, he mentioned the turbo didn't kick in until 4,500 rpm. he said there is a huge ammount of turbo lag, but he can live with it pmsl :shock: . he said it does 0-60 in 3.5 seconds, don't know how true that is? & that the clutch was a nightmare for stopping & starting :? it was really nice though, he's coming along to ten of the best 4 at elvington in july :wink: with the hullscoobs 8) lol
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