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 Awesome, thanks man, I'll check these places out. Just remembered, I had ramen at Shigezo and thought it was pretty good.
 None, lol. It blows my mind that the dress code for every professional environment I've been in locally is jeans and a sweatshirt. Or if you're on the east side, male jeggings.  My midwest parents didn't even finish their Lardo sandwiches. My mom flat out didn't like hers. I enjoyed whatever I had, but it wasn't anything special.   If anyone lives in the burbs (read: Beaverton), I really enjoy Shoten sushi by Walker/158th; my gf even...
 The wire/clasp closure is annoying to deal with, at least for me.
 Awesome, I'll hold tight until you launch yours. Can't wait. Thanks for the info.
Apologies if I missed it, but is their any sort of tentative timeframe on the EPLA sweats; the hoodie, in particular. April? May? I'm itching for a new hoodie so hard right now.
I don't care about the safety of it or my life - Darwinism. I'm just curious what the cause was. Since it was a gradual lock-up, I'm assuming it was from fluid expanding, which means I probably had too much in there. Just wanted affirmation this theory is sound since I don't post on any other forums at present. Do you have insights or just want to post snide remarks?   This bike is neato:  
My brakes locked up today. I undid the bleeder and it spat out some fluid and now seems fine. Did I just have too much in there?
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Man, over the winter I replaced the intake seals on my bike, and checked that I had the appropriate jets in the carb and replaced some gaskets. I guess buell/harley guys recommend replacing the intake seals every ~3 years, and mine were the original from '97. Bike now richer across the board, which is to be expected, but throttle response much better. But... I still get damn hiccups at low rpm's under light throttle / low load, which was the main reason I wanted to attack...
Neutral, Brown, Cordovan, any will work if we're talking wax polishing. Hell, black is good, too, if you want a mottled black cherry look. Safest is neutral; I've never understood the need for tinted wax, other than if you're looking to also fill in color for scratch/gouges or something similar where there's colour-loss.
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