Should you have any questions relating to the Vincent H.R.D. Owners Club, or Vincent H.R.D. motorcycles in general, please contact Graham Smith, Online Forum Webmaster by calling 07977 001 025 or please CLICK HERE.
You are unrecognised, and therefore, only have VERY restricted access to the many features of this forum website.
If you have previously registered to use this forum website, you should log in now. CLICK HERE.If you have never registered to use this forum website before, please CLICK HERE.
Note to the webmaster: a week or so ago someone made a similar request on BritBike Forum. As a result, that site crashed repeatedly over the next week (it's still acting flaky) and an unknown number of threads containing valuable information disappeared forever (the site didn't have a backup). Although many of the guy's posts were removed, some are still there. Things are quite entangled on any forum like this, so please proceed with great caution. Trying to accomodate a request like this for one person can inadvertently cause considerable unforseen damage to a number of others.Is there some way you can delete me and anything I've ever had to say from this place?
That's what General Petraeus said as well. But, as he discovered, what happens on the web, stays on the web.I don't care.... i want nothing of mine recorded here.
I would not fret to much Rip, I did try to glean some information on the Vincent that you are selling but alas I found nothing, no matter how much google searching I did, I guess all you your posts will be long forgotten soon enough without intervention.Is there some way you can delete me and anything I've ever had to say from this place?
Now that I know where to look, I just skimmed through the posts in the compression ratio thread. Rip, if you don't have much experience with the web, you've just found out that it can bring out the worst in people. Aside from sociopaths, otherwise-nice people sometimes write things they would never say face-to-face, goading others into comments, resulting in statements that would get them punched in the face in a bar. It's easy for someone to be drawn into this, and seldom does anything good come of it. This is what happened in the compression ratio thread.they are interesting even if you went a little away from the subject (with Sids help) on compression ratios