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    Re: Transporting a Stratos

    Quote Originally Posted by ProtoTipo View Post
    A solution Steve?
    Chris. Thanks, but it does not float my boat like this.
    Mr Chairman, I think this thread is getting off topic!
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    Re: Transporting a Stratos

    I remember watching them raced in fairly stock spec. at Carnaby Raceway near Bridlington. The rear suspension rising up between gear changes (shaft drive).

    Just buy one Steve, and park in the living room. 'Something to look at?

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    Re: Transporting a Stratos

    Quote Originally Posted by ProtoTipo View Post
    I remember watching them raced in fairly stock spec. at Carnaby Raceway near Bridlington. The rear suspension rising up between gear changes (shaft drive).

    Just buy one Steve, and park in the living room. 'Something to look at?
    Have you met my wife!!
    Chris I told her your suggestion and was told "tell him to keep his ******g opinions to himself - no offence intended"
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    Re: Transporting a Stratos

    Quote Originally Posted by Basher View Post
    Here here ,I agree guy I?ve spent 4 years building it and always look forward to a good drive, extra padding for the seats wouldn?t go a miss, tried playing music on the odd drive but that?s a waste of time
    you need it that loud to hear it over the engine you end up with a double head ache

    Dave
    I bought one of these sets. It takes a connection from my mobile so I can listen to music, get directions from googlemaps and talk to the wife - either in the car or if she is at home and calls me.
    So I dont have to reach down for the phone, I bought a bluetooth remote control button and stuck it on the dashboard (about 30mm dia). I can adjust volume and switch tracks etc without taking eyes off road
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    Re: Transporting a Stratos

    Like this one
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    Re: Transporting a Stratos

    Let me know if you are still looking. I have one that I used for moving my Stratos around.....invaluable. I even drove down to Stoneleigh show one year to rescue another Stratos from the showground. Its still here and not really getting used.

    Drop me a message if you want details.

    Mark.

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