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Old 06-22-2010, 02:04 PM   #16
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if anyone has any of these 3 port rossi the same as this one from the mid 80s id be interested in buying, Not interested in the later 3, 5 or 6 port rossi motors though. Regards Martin.
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The motor is a Ron Paris mod. More pics:
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That particular Serpent S power motor is a Mondial made by OPS. Regards Martin.
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wow that is quite an engine! Is there any way we could see the internals?
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wow that is quite an engine! Is there any way we could see the internals?
Sure, I just need to find the screwdriver I use to remove the screws as I don't want to strip them.
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Old 06-24-2010, 06:46 PM   #22
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Here's another oldie I had recently:
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wow..man i feel old
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It's alright, we all get old. Here are some more pics to chear you up..........
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OK, from me 2 old engines from Holland

The blue head is called "de Ridder" and is produced somewhere arround 1990/1991.

The gray head is called "USE" and is produced somewhere in the 80's. This engine is today in devellopment to get a high performance onroad engine.
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I love it! Great looking classic engines!

Im not really that old of a guy but i love to see this old stuff.
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