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Offline spyke

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foreign body
« on: 16.07. 2010 20:44 »
Hi chaps,

Bike running a bit rough, so whipped off cylinder head found this in left bore any ideas?

Cheers Spyke
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Re: foreign body
« Reply #1 on: 16.07. 2010 20:53 »
Oh oh oh, this requires the immediate installation of vulpine countermeasures.  *smile*

I bet this will be moved to "Stories and Chat"
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Re: foreign body
« Reply #2 on: 16.07. 2010 21:09 »
some engines have a gremlin problem, very few have ever been photographed !
Is it a ferret ?

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Re: foreign body
« Reply #3 on: 16.07. 2010 21:14 »
Yep a ferret
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Re: foreign body
« Reply #4 on: 17.07. 2010 02:35 »
What alerted you to the problem Spyke, were there whiskers on the plug ??? ;D

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Re: foreign body
« Reply #5 on: 17.07. 2010 15:13 »
He probably entered through the ex pipe.
Great clip of the ferret dead sleep, e, the missus says just like me 5 seconds after my head hits the pillow. She's gotta act quick if she wants action !!!
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Re: foreign body
« Reply #6 on: 17.07. 2010 15:49 »
Anybody with knowledge of using ferrets will know it's looking for a bolt hole  *smiley4*
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Re: foreign body
« Reply #7 on: 27.07. 2010 14:32 »
pop it down your trousers like the old time poachers used to ....................OUCH