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  1. #101
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    Default Re: March Difflock vs Traction Control brekkie Run

    Quote Originally Posted by rechardt View Post
    Fantastic Steven, you will be the only Suzuki, Come show the guys that little guys mettle..
    Thank you Rechardt, I will be there and do my utmost to impress with the old school tech, no buttons to push or knobs to turn, just drivers ability to perform
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  3. #102
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    Default Re: March Difflock vs Traction Control brekkie Run

    Quote Originally Posted by stephenplumb View Post
    Does anyone know if the venue is Mountain Bike Friendly. I may want to drop my son off and let him ride while we do the trail and test this dodgy section? I cant recall if there were MTB riders there?
    I've ridden there a few times; some nice tracks. How old is your son? Some of the trails are a little remote...
    Rob Kirk

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    Sym 200 scooter 2 x 1, CVT transmission, 4V OHC, 11.4 kW, 15NM
    0-60km/h in about 10s (downhill), Top speed - 100km/h (on a steeper downhill)
    Ground clearance : 125mm on 16-inch rims
    Tare : 134kg, GVM : 250kg (approx), GCM : 250kg (approx), Towing capacity : 0kg
    Best of all : 4L/100km, town driving and pinning it...

  4. #103
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    Default Re: March Difflock vs Traction Control brekkie Run

    I'm trying to convince my manager and his fiancee to join in a Subaru Outback. That OK, Rechard?? (he's not a forum member, although I keep trying to convince him to join)

    Might be a last-minute thing though...
    Rob Kirk

    Amarok V6.
    Sym 200 scooter 2 x 1, CVT transmission, 4V OHC, 11.4 kW, 15NM
    0-60km/h in about 10s (downhill), Top speed - 100km/h (on a steeper downhill)
    Ground clearance : 125mm on 16-inch rims
    Tare : 134kg, GVM : 250kg (approx), GCM : 250kg (approx), Towing capacity : 0kg
    Best of all : 4L/100km, town driving and pinning it...

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  6. #104
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    Default Re: March Difflock vs Traction Control brekkie Run

    Quote Originally Posted by Ama-newbie View Post
    I'm trying to convince my manager and his fiancee to join in a Subaru Outback. That OK, Rechard?? (he's not a forum member, although I keep trying to convince him to join)

    Might be a last-minute thing though...

    Should'nt be a problem Rob. He can come as your guest. Normal community T's and C's will apply.

    After meeting all these members, he WILL become a forumite as well.
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  8. #105
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    Default Re: March Difflock vs Traction Control brekkie Run

    Quote Originally Posted by rechardt View Post
    Should'nt be a problem Rob. He can come as your guest. Normal community T's and C's will apply.

    After meeting all these members, he WILL become a forumite as well.
    He will definitely be well-behaved. As my direct manager, I have him well trained
    Rob Kirk

    Amarok V6.
    Sym 200 scooter 2 x 1, CVT transmission, 4V OHC, 11.4 kW, 15NM
    0-60km/h in about 10s (downhill), Top speed - 100km/h (on a steeper downhill)
    Ground clearance : 125mm on 16-inch rims
    Tare : 134kg, GVM : 250kg (approx), GCM : 250kg (approx), Towing capacity : 0kg
    Best of all : 4L/100km, town driving and pinning it...

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    Cool Re: March Difflock vs Traction Control brekkie Run

    Will be there with my Patrol, along with my brother in law with his mahindra and possibly a few others, looking forward

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