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  • Lovely work as always spttrr.

  • cheers mate, not quite done yet, but its nice and rideable.

  • is it heavy, spotter?
    I'm kicking myself a bit atm because my racked commuter is crazy heavy.

  • well its no weight weenie...

  • That's putting it mildly.

    Best way to describe it, is that it doesn't ride as heavy as it look.

  • my heavy bike is 16kg...
    that's with steel rack, full steel mudguards (60mm) and a child seat, tho.
    I'm going to take the mudguards off untlll the weather get's bad.

  • New front mech and levers fitted. Test ride tomorrow morning, then final adjustments and a decent clean.


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  • Its a whole bike now! just need a black saddle.

  • Try a turbo out?

    I found the charge spoon and my turbo comfy so likely if you get on with that you'll enjoy the turbo me thinks.

  • Actually there is a shortage of laughing gas in the world due to the coolant of supercomputer, especially the Hadron Collider.

    Laughing gas is Nitrous Oxide, it's easy enough to make since the atmosphere is mostly Nitrogen and Oxygen and combining them is not rocket science*

    Coolant for superconducting electromagnets is Helium, which is rare and expensive.

    LHC is not a supercomputer, but is does have magnets (how do they work, etc) cooled to 1.9K with liquid Helium

    Supercomputers like to be kept cool, but not liquid Helium-cool; ordinary air conditioning refrigerants are used, either directly to cool the cabinet intake air or to chill water which is then used to distribute the cooling to air intake cooling coils. Lowering the minimum temperature too far creates more problems than you need, the key to cooling is to get enough mass flow that coolant minimum temperature is not problematic while maintaining junction temperature at sensible levels, which are around 350K-400K. In my young day, the heat exchanger cold coil was fed from normal chilled water lines at around 280K; judging from the stacks of plant at the back of our local server farms, not much has changed.

    *although burning Nitrous Oxide is rocket science

  • Ed quite seriously bin testered!

  • And I even included a pic which looks like a massive spunking cock to get his attention :-)

  • Laughing gas is Nitrous Oxide, it's easy enough to make since the atmosphere is mostly Nitrogen and Oxygen and combining them is not rocket science*

    Coolant for superconducting electromagnets is Helium, which is rare and expensive.

    Gotcha, I somehow mixed up the two since squeaky voice have a similar comical factor as laughing gas.

  • Yeah Indra i think i am gonna try a Turbo. used to have that Charge saddle which is basically a turbo copy and that felt ok.

  • And I even included a pic which looks like a massive spunking cock to get his attention :-)

    I laughed far too loudly at this.

  • Yeah Indra i think i am gonna try a Turbo. used to have that Charge saddle which is basically a turbo copy and that felt ok.

    I have one for sellz

  • ^^ Science needs more cock jokes.

  • Yeah Indra i think i am gonna try a Turbo. used to have that Charge saddle which is basically a turbo copy and that felt ok.

    My spare SLR is still on offer

  • ^^ Science needs more cock jokes.

    SMBC is your friend


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  • my Omega, finished for now i guess :)

  • That is, for the most part beautiful!

  • Fuck it, a new chain set away form bike porn IMO.

  • Haha, not sure if i'll change it. I love the Miche 135's

  • Gotcha, I somehow mixed up the two since squeaky voice have a similar comical factor as laughing gas.

    Are you sure?

  • I am, are you?

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