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I’ve heard good things about those tillotson knockoff carbs with the adjustable jets just never got around to trying one. I’ve gone thru a bunch of the chikuni types and they always have some kinda problem. For 100cc? Yes maybe a 19mm is a good size. I’ve only 4-stroke experience however. 19 was good for my 212.
 
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Tony! How you doin brother? Hope yer healing up fine! I'm fixxen to find out. I will post my findings when I've collected enough data. Praying for ya big guy!
Hey, yeah just can’t wait to get back to a normal life in which I work a job the first half of the day and work on my projects in the evening. Been like a year since tho.. need a project bad so for now I’m watching your progress. You been doing a good job!
 
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Hey, yeah just can’t wait to get back to a normal life in which I work a job the first half of the day and work on my projects in the evening. Been like a year since tho.. need a project bad so for now I’m watching your progress. You been doing a good job!
You don't know how much that means to me to hear you say that Tony. You humble me with your kindness, Thank you sir!

I have to give you and Norm and ALL the O.g.'s here most of the credit. You guys have saved me YEARS AND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS AND UNTOLD AMOUNTS OF FRUSTRATION with your input and sage advise, and for that gentlemen... I am forever grateful.

Thank you all!

Luv ya guys!
 
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You don't know how much that means to me to hear you say that Tony. You humble me with your kindness, Thank you sir!

I have to give you and Norm and ALL the O.g.'s here most of the credit. You guys have saved me YEARS AND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS AND UNTOLD AMOUNTS OF FRUSTRATION with your input and sage advise, and for that gentlemen... I am forever grateful.

Thank you all!

Luv ya guys!
and with that someday I’ll roll out there to ya, you’ll see my next build, well hang out and ride. I’ll be road trippin but not soon, you have my word.
 
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Lemme know bro, I always have the giant hammock out back you can crash in and the 4 nudist lesbian collage girls living behind me will happy to let you come swimming with them.

(Actually it's 105 today and I have an invitation to come over for vegetarian burritos for dinner and go swimming later. I kinda love California in a way. =))
 
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Lemme know bro, I always have the giant hammock out back you can crash in and the 4 nudist lesbian collage girls living behind me will happy to let you come swimming with them.

(Actually it's 105 today and I have an invitation to come over for vegetarian burritos for dinner and go swimming later. I kinda love California in a way. =))
WELL THEN! Lucky SOB Gonna have to be sooner than “not soon” then! LOL. Yeah today was a hot one. I’m in the Bay Area.
 
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I remember practically needing a pry bar to open a chest freezer at a past Burning Man event. While sipping beers in the shade, I would alternate with ice pops. The freezer should have a valve to let the seal from cooled air inside creating a vacuum vent.
 

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I remember practically needing a pry bar to open a chest freezer at a past Burning Man event. While sipping beers in the shade, I would alternate with ice pops. The freezer should have a valve to let the seal from cooled air inside creating a vacuum vent.
Beer or alcohol in general is the worst thing to drink in the heat due to its dehydrating properties. I’m heat strokin without help. Yesterday I was trying to work in the yard and my entire left arm felt weird, hand went numb and pale. Scary stuff since I’m on high alert for bodily aches and strange events essentially permanently now.
 
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Burning Man Event had cooler times at night. Though at one camp, the motto was "If you don't start drinking early, You can't say you have been drinking all day".

At National Parks I noticed a color code pee chart in restroom, to see if you have had enough re-hydration when hiking trails in the heat.

As for BM, they say always carry just regular water to keep ready to drink, as I saw the results of some getting intravenous drip when they had to get help at the Medical Help Camp.

Watermelon this time of year is great way to re-hydrate. I can vouch for that!

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