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  • 25-02-2010, 20:34
    redvictor
    Quote Originally Posted by mick gould View Post
    are you going to use a conventional 50 mm tow ball andy?now that would be amusing,200+ mph,twin turbo,methanol,street legal camping car.reckon you might have a few stability issues at speed. you could leave the jack down so the wheel would act as a wheelie bar.
    do you think your release cable will reach the parachute on the back of the caravan?this is getting silly now,i must stop!
    oh,and i will try to get to essex,if work etc is all ok.will call before then anyway.
    mick
    stabilser bars work wonders..
    Hope to see you there..
  • 25-02-2010, 20:33
    mick gould
    carl puttock is currently the holder of this title anyway,coz he claims 90 mph,not 85.14.
    does i still count if the wheels arent touching the ground?
  • 25-02-2010, 20:30
    mick gould
    Quote Originally Posted by redvictor View Post
    Who asked about world records?
    are you going to use a conventional 50 mm tow ball andy?now that would be amusing,200+ mph,twin turbo,methanol,street legal camping car.reckon you might have a few stability issues at speed. you could leave the jack down so the wheel would act as a wheelie bar.
    do you think your release cable will reach the parachute on the back of the caravan?this is getting silly now,i must stop!
    oh,and i will try to get to essex,if work etc is all ok.will call before then anyway.
    mick
  • 25-02-2010, 20:28
    redvictor
    Quote Originally Posted by sidspop View Post
    Drop your engine in mine Andy, and you can!
    lol..maybe not.
  • 25-02-2010, 20:25
    sidspop
    Drop your engine in mine Andy, and you can!
  • 25-02-2010, 20:21
    redvictor
    Quote Originally Posted by stumpy View Post
    so andy , are you gonna do a quarter mile pass in rv3 with ya caravan on the back then? show them how its done !!
    I ought to...world's fastest pikey..
    It has a ring to it... Maybe i should do it in a transit.
  • 25-02-2010, 20:19
    redvictor
    Quote Originally Posted by Eastern raider View Post
    Anders Envall (Bostic) holds a world record.


    With the Solifer T1 camper: 16.29 @ 85.14 mph (137 kmh)
    .
    Who asked about world records?
  • 25-02-2010, 20:07
    Eastern raider
    Anders Envall (Bostic) holds a world record.


    With the Solifer T1 camper: 16.29 @ 85.14 mph (137 kmh)
    .
  • 25-02-2010, 19:36
    redvictor
    Quote Originally Posted by mick gould View Post
    spose its a big world isnt it andy,never mind.
    are you going to go to the swap meet at essex andy?
    mick
    Yes mate.Are you going?
  • 25-02-2010, 19:26
    mick gould
    Quote Originally Posted by redvictor View Post
    There's always one eh..
    spose its a big world isnt it andy,never mind.
    are you going to go to the swap meet at essex andy?
    mick
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