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Post by Niek on Sat May 14 2011, 15:40

After some fiddling with the valve clearance I finally got it running...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikMIwMex0f0

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Post by mike d on Sat May 14 2011, 22:53

HI NIEK...
thanks for sharing this with us...
glad you have got it sorted...
good luck with it..
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Post by Niek on Sun May 15 2011, 19:44

Thanks. Just showing I don't just own diesel engines.

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Post by mike d on Sun May 15 2011, 21:55

Niek wrote:Thanks. Just showing I don't just own diesel engines.

thats a cracking engine,thanks for sharing the photos with us..
diesels are fine and the way fuel prices are going up and up over here,everyone will want one soon..
well i know some of the members have them already,but it seems inevitable that it will happen soon..
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Post by JONESEY on Sun May 15 2011, 22:14

Very nice thanks for posting Smile Smile
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Post by stationary stu on Mon May 16 2011, 18:53

Nice to see something different, thanks for sharing.

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Post by Niek on Mon May 16 2011, 19:57

Fuel prices are also skyrocketing over here, diesels aren't that bad indeed. Fortunately
this K2 is quite economic. I'll post some videos about my Bernard W110 engines soon.

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Post by mike d on Mon May 16 2011, 21:45

Niek wrote:Fuel prices are also skyrocketing over here, diesels aren't that bad indeed. Fortunately
this K2 is quite economic. I'll post some videos about my Bernard W110 engines soon.

hi niek,i didn't think the fuel prices were that bad over in your country..
its a joke over here,its up +up all the time..
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Post by Niek on Tue May 17 2011, 18:20

What's the price for a litre of petrol right now in your country?

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Post by RAB on Tue May 17 2011, 19:47

A lot of it depends on what part of the country that you are from.

In Annan its about £1.37 a litre, 10 mile up the road In Lockerbie its £1.47 a litre. Its diffrent in the Higlands and Islands though its a lot more expensive.

Whats the price is it in Holland?

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Post by Niek on Wed May 18 2011, 20:04

In Holland prices don't vary that much, it's almost everywhere the same. I live close to the Belgian border and in Belgium petrol is slightly cheaper, I often fill up there. The price for 1 litre of petrol in Holland is now around 1.53 pounds.

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Post by RAB on Wed May 18 2011, 20:14

Bloody hell Niek, that does supries me.

I thought the price of petrol was cheeper than that, a lot of the cost of petrol is tax in the UK.

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Post by Niek on Thu May 19 2011, 17:51

In Holland most of the price is tax as well, about 1 euro of every 1,73 goes to the Government. What's the price of diesel in the UK?

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Post by RAB on Fri May 20 2011, 06:42

The price of diesl is about £1.41 a litre where i fill up, but again, it changes quit a lot depending in where you are in the country.

The Tax grips me as none of it gets spent on the roads or anything like that.

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Post by Niek on Fri May 20 2011, 21:00

Good thing is in Holland tax actually is spent on infrastructure, is it that bad in your country?

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Post by mike d on Sat May 21 2011, 21:51

what i want to know is were does the money go,because like you say paul it doesnt get spent on the roads..
perhaps its spent on new cars for the government..
there ripping the ass right out of it,and its gettng worse,the roads are getting beyond a joke..
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Post by stationary stu on Sun May 22 2011, 10:00

It goes on paying mortgages and rent on houses and flats that MP's don't have, cleaning out moats on castles (Jonesey has to pay for his own) and all the other cons they've got away with over the years, robbin bast*rds, I'm glad they are getting jail time for it, these are the people that we are supposed to trust to run the country.
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Post by Niek on Sun May 22 2011, 15:28

Doesn't sound good, it's a little bit better in Holland although taxes are very high as well. But still, we need to keep our engines running...

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