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Post  fredvon4 Sat Mar 25, 2023 6:48 am

Bob, the lack of active interaction on your build thread(s) does NOT indicate lack of interest. I am only 1 of all the members that check in every day and simply read all the new posts.
Your build log is now 6 pages deep with 133 comments and 2443 VIEWS...Ponder that sir....... seems to me , relative to other CEF Topics, that thread is pretty popular
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Post  rsv1cox Sat Mar 25, 2023 7:40 am

Thanks all, and as I mentioned to Kim "It's nice to be missed." Not intentional, having nothing relevent to contribute I just have not played in the Cox Engines sandbox lately and dead trees and this RX-7 have been taking up my free time. I do love dealing with them however and both show no signs of letting up. Sad

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Gremlins AKA fuel injectors............I'm an old school carburetor guy.

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Ok enough messing up posts, I'll go back to my RX-7 thread when I actually get it running................



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Post  944_Jim Sat Mar 25, 2023 9:46 am

Bob IS alive! I've been googling obits for the last week. Thanks for popping up, Bob. Glad you are still vertical.

I was also watching your RX-7 build log, and was entertained by it. I still owe you photos of my brake bleeder, but saw you and your son got it done...and I've been awfully busy doing things around the house (remove old gas-insert fireplace, re-assemble oldest son's recently acquired 2014 (previously wrecked) Ninja 650. We are.getting ready to re-roof the house, add another gas insert,and follow up with siding and new windows. Real world responsibilities keep me from playing with my toy airplanes. Hopefully this is a short season of Responsible Man.

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