Discussion in 'Tail Of The Dragon Meet I September 2012' started by death_roll, Sep 9, 2012.
the lodge is full of old smelly people :/
and did I mention old?
Did i mention it rained last night.. Then the landscapers covered the car in grass clippings. Ugh
The tire pump is the new 9thCivic mascot.
I just figured that was Jason pumping another forum's tires.......
doesn't your bathroom need a new floor??
nice fast run back on rt28, ran into the same bikers as yesterday!!!
Gets installed next week! :umad:
gas or catfish. They have it all
seems really cheap for gas there
$3.89 for premium at one station today.
That's funny, I didn't smell anything unusual.
I don't know if it's just my Honda dealer or something most H-dealers are doing, but they put hydrogen in my car tyres, and when ever I check them and need to have them topped up, I just ride into the service bay and they do it free.
The only thing is it's a lot easier for me to do my own tyres with air (O²) since I have a bicycle pump and a small powered air pump anyway. The problem is having to get them to put the amount of H I want in each tyre since I have to check them before I drive over there, and to get want I want I tell them to put 2 pounds in each tyre ..........Then they'll check it and say it's where it belongs and I say "because the tyes are now warm, I checked them when they were cold,etc,etc.
One time they said I'm suppose to have 36 or so in it, and I said No they take 32 all round and they wanted to argue the point, so I showed them the air sticker in the door frame........... It's so much easier to just do O².........
I check my MC before my daily rides and my car once a week..........
Does anyone see the bennies in running Hydrogen ?
Just don't let him do breaks
When I come up on someone in a area that I'm not going to be able to pass(for whatever reason) I'll stop and or pull over till I see someone coming up from behind, then take off again, giving me a clear road.
already in a pic
My Honda came with Nitrogen in the tires and little N caps on them.
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