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IMK last won the day on October 29 2016

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  1. Unfortunately, I can't make it that weekend. It's been too long since I caught up with everyone. Hopefully I can make it down to Sandy in Nov.
  2. You could consider it speed week part 2. I might be up for a day trip or overnighter.
  3. I'm heading down later this morning. I'm looking forward to catching up with everyone.
  4. Bugger, got two birthdays to go to on Sat, otherwise would be kiting. Hope to make it next time.
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    Oval Buggying

    Gotta work during the week. A weekend session sounds good though.
  6. IMK

    Oval Buggying

    Agreed, very nice. It's got me in the mood to dust off my kites and buggy.
  7. Retro and modern at the same time.
  8. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
  9. Wish I could make it. Hope you all have fun.
  10. Maybe add ballast to the buggy? E.g. sandbags
  11. IMK

    HQ Beamer 2m

    Thanks, pm sent
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    HQ Beamer 2m

    Hi Mark, I'm interested in buying your 2m Beamer. I tried to message you but I got an error telling me you can't receive messages. regards, Iain
  13. I've thought about using a bicycle CO2 inflator with a 16g cartridge. You'd have to experiment to see whether a 16g cartridge is appropriate for the tyre volume. I've tried a number of inflators on my bike and found that the screw-on ones are much easier to use than the press-on ones. With the press-on inflators, if you don't get a perfect seal on the stem, the CO2 escapes in an instant and you've wasted a cartridge. Some inflators have a variable pressure release (twisty knob thingy) so you can partially inflate a tyre, but to be honest the amount of control you have is limited (it might as well be an on/off trigger). One thing to remember with CO2 is that it will leak out of the tyre over a period of 2 or 3 days, although this might not be such an issue with low pressure tyres.
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