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Re: Sivrtnge2'S 82 Eagle Model 10
Sun Nov 13, 2011 6:45 am


It works! Great job guys, sounds great! 8-) I'll bet you are going to be watching your speedo a lot more now huh! :lol:
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Re: Sivrtnge2'S 82 Eagle Model 10
Sun Nov 13, 2011 5:26 pm


You bet your bippie…I didn’t even have a working speedometer before. I had to pace myself with the other traffic. When I would see a hill approaching, I would floor it. By the time I topped the hill, everyone I had passed was ¼ to ½ mile ahead of me!!!

I’m thinking "this too shall pass!!!
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Re: Sivrtnge2'S 82 Eagle Model 10
Sun Nov 13, 2011 5:50 pm


AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Sivrtnge2'S 82 Eagle Model 10
Mon Nov 14, 2011 4:01 pm


Sounds like it's skipping. Did Sonnie put new plugs in it? ;)

That looks and sounds great! And I see lots of flat surface up there for some sort of Eagle decorations too!
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Re: Sivrtnge2'S 82 Eagle Model 10
Mon Nov 14, 2011 7:49 pm


Thankya...Thankya very much Andy.

Dale, I think we might have over filled it with Canola :lol: !!! As for as Eagle decor, I'll have to find an "enginterior decorator." I think Sonnie and I are going to open a new company called S.E.R.F. (Silver Eagle Remanufacturing Facility). Our motto can be "You Buy 'Em...We'll Revive 'Em :lol:.
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Re: Sivrtnge2'S 82 Eagle Model 10
Mon Nov 14, 2011 8:31 pm


He's done it again. The engine door use to have its own specialized prop rod but Sonnie managed to remodify it to make it worse :roll: Oh well...out with the old, up with the new!!!

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...original prop!!!

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...new and improved!!!

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...did I mention no more specialized prop!!!
Again Sonnie, many thanks!!!
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Re: Sivrtnge2'S 82 Eagle Model 10
Tue Nov 15, 2011 11:36 am


Looks like you are almost ready to roll!!! I like the panograph door. I could not belive how much scenery I was missing. I was always looking ahead to the next hill to plan, can I pass, can I cet back in, will I need to fly down this one to drag up the next!!LOL. Now all you will have to do is hit the turn siginal, and pass like a car!!!.P.S. What is the black tank on the right?
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Re: Sivrtnge2'S 82 Eagle Model 10
Tue Nov 15, 2011 5:38 pm


Yep Eric, been there before...after you roll off a hill passing everything in your midst, they give you a dirty look :roll: for smoking them out as they pass you back. I think those days are over for me too my friend :lol: !!!

The black tank on the right is an air reservoir. I dont know what all it control however, I know it fills with air each time the coach was started. Mr. Sonnie may can answer that question for the both of us.

I noticed a silverleaf displayed on your dash. How do you like it? Are they easy to operate? Pros? cons? Please!!!
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Re: Sivrtnge2'S 82 Eagle Model 10
Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:10 pm


Sonnie has worked on my tail lights as well. I know I've been adding here and changing there. I guess i'm like a lady in a home decor store :lol:. He's got lights back into the swing of things. I can see them clearly now that the smoke is gone.

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...original light setup mounted on the engine door.

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...getting my tail lights back into the swing of things!!!

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...aint they so clear and pretty???
Hey, where is Doyle???

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...Sonnie, everythings looking really good but...

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...nevermind, you've taken care of that too!!!
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Re: Sivrtnge2'S 82 Eagle Model 10
Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:18 pm


Neither one of you guys had a real engine just big block a Chevy,a 6v92 in a 45 ft 50,000 lb bus you should be ashamed Bill that's like a piss ant trying to move a loaf of bread LOL

You and Eric have it going now

good luck
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