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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #15 on: 11 May 2019, 20:18:32 »

hope you declared these performance modifications to your insurer  :-\
you'll be lowering it next  and fitting alloy wheels  ::)  ;D
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #16 on: 11 May 2019, 20:24:49 »

hope you declared these performance modifications to your insurer  :-\
you'll be lowering it next  and fitting alloy wheels  ::)  ;D
Wide wheels are actually good for the lawn as they prevent bogging :D
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #17 on: 12 May 2019, 10:18:42 »

I got banned from the local Go-Kart track when I found I could reach behind me and open the throttle properly on the engine, so I pissed past all the restricted Karts!  ::)  ;D

Is your mower self propelled M'lud?  ???

If so you should be careful at your age!  :P  :)

Yes.....SP.

But it does not work that well. :-\

Just as well then, as I can see the headline in the Lincolnshire Post.....

"Elderly aristocrat dragged through hedge by modified mower!"    ;D
Must have been one hell of a bush to need a mower to trim it up...
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #18 on: 12 May 2019, 10:21:53 »

Reading this, I wonder if I should do the same to mine, as although it does the job and never stalls, the actual cut could be better, no matter how much I sharpen the blade  :-\


When I say "I", I was thinking more of driving around Oxfordshire until I see a black estate, and dumping it there, with a post-it saying I want a GTi conversion.
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #19 on: 12 May 2019, 10:37:45 »

Reading this, I wonder if I should do the same to mine, as although it does the job and never stalls, the actual cut could be better, no matter how much I sharpen the blade  :-\


When I say "I", I was thinking more of driving around Oxfordshire until I see a black estate, and dumping it there, with a post-it saying I want a GTi conversion.

 ;D

I don't mind having a look.   :y 
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #20 on: 12 May 2019, 10:49:39 »

hope you declared these performance modifications to your insurer  :-\
you'll be lowering it next  and fitting alloy wheels  ::)  ;D
Wide wheels are actually good for the lawn as they prevent bogging :D

The fake plastic tyres on small wheels give little grip....... :-X
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #21 on: 12 May 2019, 11:05:38 »

I got banned from the local Go-Kart track when I found I could reach behind me and open the throttle properly on the engine, so I pissed past all the restricted Karts!  ::)  ;D

Is your mower self propelled M'lud?  ???

If so you should be careful at your age!  :P  :)

Yes.....SP.

But it does not work that well. :-\

Just as well then, as I can see the headline in the Lincolnshire Post.....

"Elderly aristocrat dragged through hedge by modified mower!"    ;D
Must have been one hell of a bush to need a mower to trim it up...



When you say 'bush' do you refer to a garden bush or a lady garden porn bush from the seventies?

Please clarify. :)
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #22 on: 12 May 2019, 12:56:40 »

hope you declared these performance modifications to your insurer  :-\
you'll be lowering it next  and fitting alloy wheels  ::)  ;D
Wide wheels are actually good for the lawn as they prevent bogging :D

The fake plastic tyres on small wheels give little grip....... :-X
Fake plastic? What are they then, rubber?  ::)
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #23 on: 12 May 2019, 13:21:58 »

hope you declared these performance modifications to your insurer  :-\
you'll be lowering it next  and fitting alloy wheels  ::)  ;D
Wide wheels are actually good for the lawn as they prevent bogging :D

The fake plastic tyres on small wheels give little grip....... :-X
Fake plastic? What are they then, rubber?  ::)

I can see this turning into a mower tyre thread!  :D  ;D
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #24 on: 12 May 2019, 13:41:01 »

hope you declared these performance modifications to your insurer  :-\
you'll be lowering it next  and fitting alloy wheels  ::)  ;D
Wide wheels are actually good for the lawn as they prevent bogging :D

The fake plastic tyres on small wheels give little grip....... :-X
Fake plastic? What are they then, rubber?  ::)

I can see this turning into a mower tyre thread!  :D  ;D

I suppose Opti you will not have to fit winter tyres on your mower for the rare event of snow in June? ;D ;)
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #25 on: 12 May 2019, 13:51:08 »

I got banned from the local Go-Kart track when I found I could reach behind me and open the throttle properly on the engine, so I pissed past all the restricted Karts!  ::)  ;D

Is your mower self propelled M'lud?  ???

If so you should be careful at your age!  :P  :)

Yes.....SP.

But it does not work that well. :-\

Just as well then, as I can see the headline in the Lincolnshire Post.....

"Elderly aristocrat dragged through hedge by modified mower!"    ;D
Must have been one hell of a bush to need a mower to trim it up...



When you say 'bush' do you refer to a garden bush or a lady garden porn bush from the seventies?

Please clarify. :)
Does it matter either way?  ::)
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #26 on: 12 May 2019, 13:51:34 »

hope you declared these performance modifications to your insurer  :-\
you'll be lowering it next  and fitting alloy wheels  ::)  ;D
Wide wheels are actually good for the lawn as they prevent bogging :D

The fake plastic tyres on small wheels give little grip....... :-X
Fake plastic? What are they then, rubber?  ::)


Nobody likes a smartarse scouser......... :)
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« Reply #27 on: 12 May 2019, 13:53:45 »

I got banned from the local Go-Kart track when I found I could reach behind me and open the throttle properly on the engine, so I pissed past all the restricted Karts!  ::)  ;D

Is your mower self propelled M'lud?  ???

If so you should be careful at your age!  :P  :)

Yes.....SP.

But it does not work that well. :-\

Just as well then, as I can see the headline in the Lincolnshire Post.....

"Elderly aristocrat dragged through hedge by modified mower!"    ;D
Must have been one hell of a bush to need a mower to trim it up...



When you say 'bush' do you refer to a garden bush or a lady garden porn bush from the seventies?

Please clarify. :)
Does it matter either way?  ::)

I imagine the shaving rash will be worse if a mower is used to trim a lady garden. :)
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #28 on: 12 May 2019, 16:39:16 »

Real men prune with their teeth.
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Re: Qualcast VTEC.
« Reply #29 on: 12 May 2019, 18:16:10 »

Reading this, I wonder if I should do the same to mine, as although it does the job and never stalls, the actual cut could be better, no matter how much I sharpen the blade  :-\


When I say "I", I was thinking more of driving around Oxfordshire until I see a black estate, and dumping it there, with a post-it saying I want a GTi conversion.

 ;D

I don't mind having a look.   :y
I actually filled it up to brim with petrol today, and it ran worse.  I think the fact I usually am running it on fumes makes it a bit lean, and it revs better ;D
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