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Old 04-17-2006, 04:49 PM   #21
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do you guys have pp1 in ireland....
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i found everything to be soooo soooo cheap when I was over
I love my jobs. I wouldn't have had the bikes I've had, or live the lifestyle I do now without scribbling pictures lol
I'm the youngest person in Ireland to have owned a Ducati 916 at 20yrs old.
Before that, I had another 7R. Sold the Duc so I could fund racing and now sponsors help pay for most.

So who'd be on for a big up when I'm back over in May
Can't beat a good beer

count me in i can get real pissy ! (drunk for all you non euro speaking)
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Whats up mate - I'm originally from Edinburgh, been here 5 or so years so if you need a some help with anything give us a call, number is in signature below. I know plenty boys over here aswell - keeps you from goin homesick! By the way - the almighty question: Rangers or Celtic? Your answer depends on how well I help you.......only kidding!!! I might actually need your help with something. I got flights to go home end of May - is there ANYWHERE I can rent a bike for the weekend to do some riding on real roads - cheers!
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how did you come across the site?

and I used to date a girl in the baytown area.
I was checking out the server stats from my website and I saw a couple of people came from this forum to my site so I went looking for the thread where someone had posted a link to my site. didn't find it in the end.
I decided to register on this site as I loved Houston, and coz I'll be heading back over.

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do you guys have pp1 in ireland....
whats pp1?

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count me in i can get real pissy ! (drunk for all you non euro speaking)
LMAO! i've never heard that saying before... must be from Europe alright :laughing6

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Whats up mate - I'm originally from Edinburgh, been here 5 or so years so if you need a some help with anything give us a call, number is in signature below. I know plenty boys over here aswell - keeps you from goin homesick! By the way - the almighty question: Rangers or Celtic? Your answer depends on how well I help you.......only kidding!!! I might actually need your help with something. I got flights to go home end of May - is there ANYWHERE I can rent a bike for the weekend to do some riding on real roads - cheers!
I'm not the biggest football fan anymore since I started racing. most of my weekends are taken now so i dont get a chance to watch it anymore.
BUT, if i had to pick a team, it'd be Celtic
I doubt i'll get homesick in 5 days but cheers anyway.
I haven't a clue if you can rent bikes in Scotland. you can't in Ireland because of insurance reasons. de feckers!!

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whoever stole them... I will be shortly chasing them down on this, then i'll break there legs... :laughing6 :laughing6
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i wouldn't this guy off if i were you's
LMAO!
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Celtic - good man, I'll help you with anything you need! I think it's gonna be the same in Scotland for renting bikes and it's gonna be without one!!! Oh well - how is the 675 versus the others? I know you'll be bias but if you can give an honest comparison when racing it would be greatly appreciated!!!
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Celtic - good man, I'll help you with anything you need! I think it's gonna be the same in Scotland for renting bikes and it's gonna be without one!!! Oh well - how is the 675 versus the others? I know you'll be bias but if you can give an honest comparison when racing it would be greatly appreciated!!!
have a read through the first couple of reports I have on my site.

http://ajhutchracing.com/report1.html
that gives my honest first opinion of the bike.

i think we need to do some engine work to match the other tuned 600s, as we have 114bhp at the rear wheel with just a full system. we didn't have the mapping done by then. no power commanders available yet either.

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lol, i thought you'd like that.
im still debating if i'll bring that over with me in May.
doubt any bouncers would let me into pubs/clubs wearing it.
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lol, i thought you'd like that.
im still debating if i'll bring that over with me in May.
doubt any bouncers would let me into pubs/clubs wearing it.
I'm sure a lot of places would get a kick out of that.
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welcome to you again, mate.hehehe
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I'm sure a lot of places would get a kick out of that.
i'll pack it up and try it for one of the nights and see how i get on.
it'd be such a laugh but id be roasted in it.
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