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Old 15th April 2012, 08:20 PM   #51
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Orange on Copper, my personal pair for the solid Yew µFonkenSET that Bernie built me.
Here, installed. Beautiful, and pretty good sounding.

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Old 24th May 2012, 08:55 AM   #52
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Default FE126eN^2

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Note that these are a clients and a puncture repair was part of the programme.

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Default More FFxx5wK

Here are a couple recent works...

A set of Burgandy w Gret FF125wKeN

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And a set of pre-spot FF105wK in green -- included in the pic is the Sally Strasser green used to pre-treat the cones -- shows how dominant the grey cone is.

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Old 21st June 2012, 08:48 PM   #54
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Default pulled from the archives

These escaped earlier posting.

Tandband W3-871s

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FE206eSR

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Alpair 5eNc

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Alpair 6.2PeN

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Alpair 6.2MeN

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This are going into Mario's Ceramic covered wedges.

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Old 14th August 2012, 05:14 PM   #56
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I am having fun exploring the possibilities of the gray FFxx5wk comes

FF85wKeN Moka with Cinammon.

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FF85wKeN Chocolate with Cayenne

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FF125wKeN Chocolate Spice

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I'm having a lot of fun playing with FF colours.

Here a set of FF105wKeN in Rainbow for Mario's ceramic wedges

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and the latest FF105wKen in blue with copper


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And Tandband W5-1611

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Default EL70eN Racer

Some custom drivers i did for Ryan in exchange for XO work past & future (his originals now have concave dustcaps due to attack of the children syndrome.

First a picture of the bike he used to race:

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And now the EL70eN:

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A couple more. FF85wKeN done in the rainbow pattern already shown on FF85wKeN:

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And i was given cart blanche to come up with something colourful for these FF125wKeN. They were a real learning experience as, almost at each step, the results were unexpected.

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