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    Size DOES matter

    With the recent trend here for “power curve comparison”, I think it’s time to up the ante and, rather than members comparing their torque, I propose for all male SEC members to openly compare, well, their memberships, with other members.

    After all, isn’t it the same thing ?

    Any ladies in the audience - if you clicked on this thread thinking that this is link about the size of a man’s most prized possession - you are absolutely correct and have no right to complain.

    Suggestions, please, as to what the X-Y (and possibly -Z) parameters might be……...

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    Re: Size DOES matter

    I'm doing numerous mods with the engine, it'll need mapping but the only thing il be bothered about is it working smoothly and staying in one piece. If my graph is in the shape of a tick then il be happy! For me, the performance gains come mainly from the chassis, suspension, tyres and brakes. I think the most usefull high performance thread would include, geometry, damping, spring rates, reduction of stiction, anti roll bars and braking. We had a taster of this with Andy Hamiltons brake upgrade.
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    Re: Size DOES matter

    So does that make the use of NOS in its sparkly blue bottle - an equivalence of Viagra in this comparison !

    Married, kids, approaching 50 - being hung like a porn star would be the same as a just completing a Turbo Supercharged Nitrous injected W12 installation when oil has just out.

    As a dildo is just a plastic phallic substitute are you alluding to a comparison that the dyno graph just an indication of the size of dildo you are sitting in - Hmmmm

    I think Freud would have something to say to about this.

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    Re: Size DOES matter

    I guess you will be leading the way Dave with the first of Fig's to compare being the "real deal" ?

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