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    Finally - Shin-Ken attempts to get some balance in his life........

    How to balance carbies in 3 easy steps:

    1) Step 1 - unlock and remove seat.......

    .......er "ShinKen - you did bring your key didn't you.....?"

    2) Step 2. Only possible after successful completion of Step 1 above......

    3) Step 3. Only possible after successful completion of Step 2 above......

    ......Mega springs into action with magic key.WP_20141108_009.jpgWP_20141108_011.jpg

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    hahaha, classic guys

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    Key, what key? Oh shit, the Key....................it's 50km from here right now hanging on the key hook.

    Thanks Reg, you saved the day (again) mate my shout at the S.O.O. or our next BBQ. Thanks to Derek, Reg and Jesse for your help today, the run home was soooo smooth now the carbs are right. The traffic hold up on the Centenary was a drama but Ian and I got through in the end. Thanks fellas.


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    Moderator QLD Shin-Ken 1074's Avatar
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    Found the seat key, right where I left it hanging on the key hook.


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    I'm actually not sure where that key comes from, might be from a set of locks I bought years ago.....

    A good day in the end, carbies balanced and different measurement systems used to check the results, accuracy confirmed and all good.

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    ..Had a great day, we all learnt something about carbs and cams, good company, good coffee and good humour ,cheers Ian..

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    Moderator QLD Shin-Ken 1074's Avatar
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    Yep, a great day with five Kat-o-philes talking, tuning and checking Kat carbs and cams with coffee tea and bikkies from our Host Derek, he made the bikkies just for us ya know.

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    Sounds like a funny story to share over a few cold ones. Quick question Glen. Are you going to match the seat key to the ignition key now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by odin1 View Post
    Sounds like a funny story to share over a few cold ones. Quick question Glen. Are you going to match the seat key to the ignition key now?
    Hi Ken, the ignition key is usually clipped to the lanyard with the seat and tank key however, I was working on the Kat Friday and left the ignition key in the Kat ready for a early get away at 05:40 to meet up with the crew and had a brain fart and forgot to grab the lanyard and keys on the way out the door. Ignition key is back on the lanyard where it belongs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shin-Ken 1074 View Post
    Hi Ken, the ignition key is usually clipped to the lanyard with the seat and tank key however, I was working on the Kat Friday and left the ignition key in the Kat ready for a early get away at 05:40 to meet up with the crew and had a brain fart and forgot to grab the lanyard and keys on the way out the door. Ignition key is back on the lanyard where it belongs.

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