Any new members from Big Bang?

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Any new members from Big Bang?

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So did we recruit any new members at Big Bang?
I saw my old BWA engine in it's new home and saw it run a couple of low 18's but not sure if Steve dipped under - well did ya Steve?

I ran a new PB of 15.8 which I was chuffed with (Thanks RACESHACK) - I now think it has a 14 in her so can't wait to get to Shakey without a headwind :wink:

Here's the run http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7deu8L0ra4

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tried and failed 18.69, bus ran like a bag o chite! :evil: ( thanx! )

paul has offered to have my bus back at the type two detectives to sort all my issues, very kind of him! 8) :D :D :D :D

should have let him have it last month but we live n learn........................eh? :clown:

congrats on yer new pb, superb stuff! sounded great too. :wink:
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Can't you find anyone further away!!! That's one hell of a trip for a service...
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vwjim wrote:Can't you find anyone further away!!! That's one hell of a trip for a service...
:lol: aye aye.........................a service, as they built my bus i want them to check it out!..........................

maybe get some new goodies too! :wink: 8)

no new members then!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :twisted:
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Steveo ran a 15.5 & 15.7

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I hope we did get some new members, I definately saw a couple of quick buses running, one Orange and I think a light blue one too.... I've not herd from any one yet for website updates.

So far we have one new member for 2009, the Wheelerdealer boys, straight in with a 12... no messin!!

Well done also to Orb with his 15.8, good luck with the 14!

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I got a couple of low 15's and a 14.87 last weekend, roof racks on, still wound down on minimum boost and full weight. There was a horrible headwind too on Saturday. It was my first ever attempt at the quarter mile and watching the videos of it I did some really slow takeoffs :oops: I mailed you Jules through the BWA site a day or so ago. Rikki checked my slip and gave me my wings :wink:
At Bug Jam i'll have no roofracks and an empty interior, I'll also have some balls to wind the boost up from minimum finally and hope for some 12-13 second runs :)
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shawn wrote:I got a couple of low 15's and a 14.87 last weekend, roof racks on, still wound down on minimum boost and full weight. There was a horrible headwind too on Saturday. It was my first ever attempt at the quarter mile and watching the videos of it I did some really slow takeoffs :oops: I mailed you Jules through the BWA site a day or so ago. Rikki checked my slip and gave me my wings :wink:
At Bug Jam i'll have no roofracks and an empty interior, I'll also have some balls to wind the boost up from minimum finally and hope for some 12-13 second runs :)
Bug Jam??? - seriously, can you wait that long :wink:

I might try and get to one of the RWYB days at Shakepeare prior to BJ or maybe North Weald - Be cool if we could get a few quick buses together to go and surprise some peeps :D

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shawn wrote: I mailed you Jules through the BWA site a day or so ago.
Congratulations Shawn, I did see you at Big Bang, your Bus looked awesome and a 14 with full trim & racks is awesome too... well done!!

I didn't see the mail you sent me, that doesn't mean I didn't get it though... may well have deleted it by accident with the ton of spam I get!!

I have PM'd you re. the BWA website, come back to me and we'll get your details up there!!

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Hi Guys and Orb
Had a few goes and the best was 18.1 close but no coconut ha ho but there is bug jam and i will give it another go :cry:

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bugracer39 wrote:Hi Guys and Orb
Had a few goes and the best was 18.1 close but no coconut ha ho but there is bug jam and i will give it another go :cry:

Damn Steve - gutted for ya mate - you know it's in there, without that headwind you would have made it for sure :D

Look forward to seeing you're entry at Bug Jam

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orb wrote:
shawn wrote:I got a couple of low 15's and a 14.87 last weekend, roof racks on, still wound down on minimum boost and full weight. There was a horrible headwind too on Saturday. It was my first ever attempt at the quarter mile and watching the videos of it I did some really slow takeoffs :oops: I mailed you Jules through the BWA site a day or so ago. Rikki checked my slip and gave me my wings :wink:
At Bug Jam i'll have no roofracks and an empty interior, I'll also have some balls to wind the boost up from minimum finally and hope for some 12-13 second runs :)
Bug Jam??? - seriously, can you wait that long :wink:

I might try and get to one of the RWYB days at Shakepeare prior to BJ or maybe North Weald - Be cool if we could get a few quick buses together to go and surprise some peeps :D

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sounds like bug jam will be good what with the outlaw flat four lot there .see you there shawn

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paulbugman wrote:sounds like bug jam will be good what with the outlaw flat four lot there .see you there shawn
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