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Hello everyone sorry I haven't been on here lately. Thing are rather hectic for me. I am back in school finally! hell yeah long time waiting. working with the environmental board has been a blast.


I am going for a business degree in whats called green sustainable enterprise management. In short it's a degree in green sustainability for businesses, like wind and solar power, cfls, ect.. I would help them find environmental impacts there company is causing and how to go green to help our environment and save them money doing it.
Then there is work lots of hours has been placed there lately. crazy around there, but I'm still kicking. lol

My newest of projects has been a fun one. I pulled my motorcycle out of storage a couple of weeks ago. It's been fun trying to get it running after so long of not running. I'm in the process of trying to convert it to E85 to prove we all can be the American image of the world with our overly powered auto, but still be clean and environmental sane. I have a 2002 Kawasaki zx6r bought as a race bike and converted to street. My plans are to make it lighter and more powerful while running a engine designed to ran on e85 only. I am not a flex fuel fan you lose power and fuel mileage. This will prove more power and better fuel economy with being clean. E85 is a 105 octane corn fuel, in flex fuel cars you get a cleaner burn, but with more ground level ozone gasses. When straight e85 even better emissions and more usable power when the motor is truly built for that type of fuel. So we will see what I end up with.

cyas later I'll try get on here more often for you guys

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