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E88 not the best head?

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snip ....

"Different stokes for different folks." "Somebody has to win, and somebody else has to lose."

"Focker OUT!" LOL

Well said .... two of my favorite quotes

"It matters not whether you win or lose;

what matters is whether I win or lose."

"Adapt, Improvise, Overcome"

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Well said .... two of my favorite quotes

"It matters not whether you win or lose;

what matters is whether I win or lose."

"Adapt, Improvise, Overcome"

LOL Yeah those are favorites of mine too. LOL

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No matter what I am buying, I will always research ALL the options myself before making a decision. In my case, I happen to have a line on several different heads so I want to make sure I purchase the right one(s) for my goals in the present, and possibly for the future as well.

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Back when I was Category 4 (Crash 4) bicycle racer, it was always fun on training rides to pass riders on De Rosa's, Lightspeeds, Kestrel's, etc. while riding my ugly green and white Centurion Ironman. I would always say, "Nice bike!" as I went by.

Same is true racing 240Zs. At the Z National track event at WSIR back in 2004 the Rusty Old Datsun was faster then the Grand Am 350Zs, even with Art Singer from Sport Z as a passenger. After one of the sessions the owner of the two 350Zs came over to look at the ROD and when he saw it was a NA L6 he said, "Man, I would have sworn you were running a turbo."

There is some satisfaction to be gained by being succesful with equipment that everyone else says is junk.

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