How not to treat your Panhead

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How not to treat your Panhead

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How not to treat your Panhead




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AHHH to be young and dumb !

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Just to be young...

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....and stupid.....

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i've done that.

oh to young and dumb again! :twisted:

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I guess it is a pretty good testimony for the durability of the pan motor though. The thing was basically running under full power for about three minutes with little or no air flow over the cylinders - the exhaust was glowing hot - and it didn't fly apart or seize up.

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My first thought was,,,,What a dumb ass!!! Then I let it stew in the gray matter for a while and I can remember doing things that would make this guy look like a brain surgeon….

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I guess he had to get the drive cleaned up before his dad got home, huh.

Probably his dad's bike.

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abuse of Pan

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and GOD told NOAH gather thee two asses for thy ARK, not three .

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As Bugs Bunny would say- "What A Maroon!'

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Re: How not to treat your Panhead

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So my question is...what was he running for a front brake?? Awesome burnout....... I'd shoot someone if they did that to one of my bikes, but if wants to do it to his own bike go ahead....but I'm not sweeping up the driveway afterwards, I don't care what time his dad gets home!!

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I agree,It shows how much punishment those (OLD-STRESSED CASES can take :wink: )--you know im kidding!--Its what is the first thing that inexpierienced riders & mechanics say!---Richie 8) They can take a great deal!,After all They have been running for Decades! 8) :!:

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