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Old 06-03-2017, 10:43   #76
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Old 28-03-2017, 12:43   #77
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Parker needs a visit from some burly, neckless chaps with heavy east European accent in order to discuss some fine points of where reinforced transfer shafts fit the best . I cannot stand scum like that!
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His fitting carbon syncros now
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Old 28-03-2017, 17:41   #79
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i noticed that too lol
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Old 29-03-2017, 16:42   #80
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Yep, because it sounds good. Do they work any better, or have a longer life, I doubt very much from the experience I have of them, but he won't have tested them, and won't care anyway. He hasn't tested any of the upgrades himself, because all he does is get his info from what he has read online and try and copy it, so no difference to his normal MO. It's all smoke and mirrors.
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i bet hes read my mates website on the honda pages ,he does honda gearbox rebuilds weekly and often fits carbon syncros
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Old 30-11-2017, 23:15   #82
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This is simply unbelievable ��
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Old 01-12-2017, 22:47   #84
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You'll always get this, someone or everyone will copy as best they can a third party's product made by a superior person in relative trade, (I experience this a lot in our trade of fish and chips) but don't let this worry you too much Clive as they'll never understand why certain procedures or parts are used so in turn will never match with their product, let alone improve on.
Clive how about you deal with my problem copycats and I'll deal with yours. Ha Ha
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I wonder why he changed his name. ! What a crook
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i rang him up and told him ?
BE GONE OR STAY GONE...clive is the daddy for evo gearbox rebuilds
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