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Topic: New Mk1 Tuono.
Posted By: Roger Ramjet
Subject: New Mk1 Tuono.
Date Posted: 27 Sep 2017 at 22:27
Hi - after my beloved Mille was stolen and subsequently written off four months ago (immobiliser stopped the thieves starting the bike however they felt it necessary to maliciously wreck it), I have just bought another Mk1 Tuono..........and love it! I'll take her into 'Tamworth's Take That' (!) and then have a fun 2018!



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Posted By: Diablo
Date Posted: 28 Sep 2017 at 00:57
Very nice mate, love the black frame and swing arm and the red wheels Thumbs Up

Have you got any mods planned?

Sorry to hear about your Mille. If they can't have it, they smash it. That's just so nasty and vindictive.... I'll say no more, because I'm liable to start ranting!

Enjoy your T Big smile


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Posted By: badapple
Date Posted: 28 Sep 2017 at 08:11
Nice stealthy T there welcome along or have you been here before......

You can sand and varnish those chairs and get the patio sorted while AP get the bike ready

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Posted By: Fugly
Date Posted: 28 Sep 2017 at 09:48
Welcome, lovely Tuoldo Thumbs Up

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Posted By: Diablo
Date Posted: 28 Sep 2017 at 15:48
Originally posted by Fugly Fugly wrote:

Welcome, lovely Tuoldo Thumbs Up


Hello Fuggers me ol china Big smile

Where've you been buddy, we missed you?


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Posted By: badapple
Date Posted: 28 Sep 2017 at 16:28
Originally posted by Diablo Diablo wrote:

Originally posted by Fugly Fugly wrote:

Welcome, lovely Tuoldo Thumbs Up


Hello Fuggers me ol china Big smile

Where've you been buddy, we missed you?


I was thinking the same Rick probably looked in the cave trying to bash out an ali tank or just bashing something else hehe

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Posted By: snowman
Date Posted: 28 Sep 2017 at 18:42
Nice machine!


Posted By: Ice-mille
Date Posted: 29 Sep 2017 at 14:03
Grats, nice lookin 😀


Posted By: Roger Ramjet
Date Posted: 02 Oct 2017 at 22:10
Now I remember why I bought a Tuono again - forgotten how hard it is to focus on the road when you are smiling from ear to ear!


Posted By: Shulman
Date Posted: 14 Nov 2017 at 15:44
Looking great! I love the red wheels. Thanks for sharing the pic.


Posted By: bladebod
Date Posted: 16 Nov 2017 at 11:33
That broken flag will need changing and then a jetwash all round should see an improvement 


Posted By: Diablo
Date Posted: 16 Nov 2017 at 11:51
Chairs need a lick of Cuprinol, though there may be too much moisture in the air to do it now. I'm worried that the water content will expand in the wood when it freezes, possibly promoting mold growth and fastener corrosion.


"Forest Service researchers examined the freezing and melting of water in solid wood and chemically isolated cell wall components. The melting temperature of the water depended on the wood's moisture content, and the behavior was similar between cell wall components. The data suggest water in wood may exhibit a eutectic phase transformation whereby a chemical composition solidifies at the lowest possible temperature.

Traditional thinking suggests that wood holds water in one of two states: chemically bound to the cell wall or unbound in the cell lumina when the moisture content is above fiber saturation, or greater than 30 percent. These theories cannot account for the fact that several degradative processes in wood require water, such as mold growth and fastener corrosion, which begin at much lower moisture contents, between 15 and 20 percent. Recently, a third type of loosely bound water was reported in cellulose; this type of water was distinct in that it froze at a lower temperature than free water (some tightly bound water did not freeze).

Using differential scanning calorimetry, Forest Service researchers explored the freezing and melting points of water in wood and chemically isolated wood components across a range of moisture contents. They found that freezing and melting temperatures of the water depended on moisture content and only observed the loosely bound water in cellulose when the material was ball-milled to a very small particle size.

The results suggest that the so-called loosely bound water was actually an artifact of sample preparation. The dependence of freezing and melting temperatures on the moisture content suggests that thermodynamics of water in wood could be described by a eutectic phase transformation, which gives new insight into degradative processes in wood."

LOL Big smile Wink





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Posted By: cwp
Date Posted: 16 Nov 2017 at 16:36
Originally posted by Diablo Diablo wrote:

Chairs need a lick of Cuprinol, though there may be too much moisture in the air to do it now. I'm worried that the water content will expand in the wood when it freezes, possibly promoting mold growth and fastener corrosion

"Forest Service researchers examined the freezing and melting of water
in solid wood and chemically isolated cell wall components. The melting
temperature of the water depended on the wood's moisture content, and
the behavior was similar between cell wall components. The data suggest
water in wood may exhibit a eutectic phase transformation whereby a
chemical composition solidifies at the lowest possible temperature.

Traditional
thinking suggests that wood holds water in one of two states:
chemically bound to the cell wall or unbound in the cell lumina when the
moisture content is above fiber saturation, or greater than 30 percent.
These theories cannot account for the fact that several degradative
processes in wood require water, such as mold growth and fastener
corrosion, which begin at much lower moisture contents, between 15 and
20 percent. Recently, a third type of loosely bound water was reported
in cellulose; this type of water was distinct in that it froze at a
lower temperature than free water (some tightly bound water did not
freeze).

Using differential scanning calorimetry, Forest Service
researchers explored the freezing and melting points of water in wood
and chemically isolated wood components across a range of moisture
contents. They found that freezing and melting temperatures of the water
depended on moisture content and only observed the loosely bound water
in cellulose when the material was ball-milled to a very small particle
size.

The results suggest that the so-called loosely bound water
was actually an artifact of sample preparation. The dependence of
freezing and melting temperatures on the moisture content suggests that
thermodynamics of water in wood could be described by a eutectic phase
transformation, which gives new insight into degradative processes in
wood."

LOL Big smile Wink






Trust you Rick mate 😂. You do have a point tho. ...

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Posted By: Fugly
Date Posted: 17 Nov 2017 at 10:10
Rick, you need to get out more matey...
As in out to your container and get that engine in Wink


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Posted By: Diablo
Date Posted: 17 Nov 2017 at 13:35
Originally posted by Fugly Fugly wrote:

Rick, you need to get out more matey...
As in out to your container and get that engine in Wink


I do need to get out more, you're right LOL

Still trying to sort out the van, before I can get in the container proper. But soooon... The master plan will be completed..Mwuh huh huh ha ha haaaa (strokes beard in an evil, plotting type way)


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