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Old Thu 25th October 2007, 08:44 PM
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Hatch Supercharger progress

As most of you know im fitting a Supercharger to the EJ22 in the Hatch.

Currently Vidler and I have re-made the mounting brackets for it... added an idler pulley so it clears my radiator pipes and allows me to use my power steering.

A new belt is on order and should be available tomorrow.
I will post pics later.

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Old Thu 25th October 2007, 09:03 PM
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note to all this is specifically a one off
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Old Thu 25th October 2007, 09:53 PM
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Man this bracket is better than the supercharger... is it wrong to want to sleep with a strategically welded metal bracket?

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yes. maybe you should try calling 1800-METAL-RAPISTS and sort these feelings out
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Man this bracket is better than the supercharger... is it wrong to want to sleep with a strategically welded metal bracket?

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mmmmm....let me think...narr its ok although metal can get really cold in winter...cold and your shlong do not mix!

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Old Thu 25th October 2007, 10:07 PM
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Talking from experience Alex... im sure u have had some interesting nights with your bash plate lately. LOL

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lol this could go on forever, coz i got another one

its ok as long as your metal doesnt have more inches of length than you. wouldnt wanna get outdone by an inanimate object.
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mmmmm....let me think...narr its ok although metal can get really cold in winter...cold and your shlong do not mix!
its ok im sure daves hot body can warm it up.
JUST KIDDING dave isnt hot

dave probably wants to get all kinky with the toys like the grinder too.
angles make for better posistions.
i should stop now.
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Old Thu 25th October 2007, 10:14 PM
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ok... back on topic now.

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its ok as long as your metal doesnt have more inches of length than you. wouldnt wanna get outdone by an inanimate object.
matt thinks this when he see's a AAA battery...

i think this when i see a railway sleeper

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