Tamiyacowboy
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Tamiyacowboy

Pippa's Owner, Male, from Norfolk Broads

Stuffing the scooter full of sausage rolls lol Jan 31, 2017

Tamiyacowboy was last seen:
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    1. Keenen Kroll
      Keenen Kroll
      Thank you, I went on the Haynes web site here in the U.S. Does not list the Honda lead 50CC. Can you point me to a website that I can access from here that will show the manual. Thanks
    2. Keenen Kroll
      Keenen Kroll
      Hi, thanks for getting back to me. I am looking for a service/repair manual for the NSC50. Also is there a tool to hold the clutch and variator in order to remove the nuts to proceed with the upgrade to the malosi variation and spring? Keenen
      1. Tamiyacowboy
        Tamiyacowboy
        Jul 10, 2017
    3. Tamiyacowboy
      Tamiyacowboy
      Stuffing the scooter full of sausage rolls lol
    4. Tamiyacowboy
      Tamiyacowboy
      cannot get into forum Mysql statment execute error
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Norfolk Broads
    Rides:
    Piaggio Skipper
    Middle aged dude with wonkey ticker that has a love of twostrokes from the 80's and early 90's.
    avid RC owner and tinker, with a mele of drones - aircraft and helicopters and a jetboat under his belt and known for wrecking vintage Tamiya to cowboy build his own creations.
    very good with his hands as a modeler he builds aircraft and boats from scratch out of balsa.

    owned a sym jet basi x he renamed Pedro ( dont ask us why he cant tell you either lol ) in his younger days he rode honda cubs - mtx125's - cd175s - h100's - rxs 100's round his local farmers fields.
    learnt to ride bikes on a yz80 little wheel ( more like crash bikes than ride them ).

    after owning a sym jet basix/eurox he went and upgraded to a Piaggio Skipper 125cc ST fourstroke this time round he named it Pippa the Skipper, very unusual as the Cowboy is a lover of all things two stroke and vowed not to turn to thumpers