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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #50 on: March 03, 2009, 09:08:30 pm »
you're only an alcoholic if you can't leave a few sips left in each beer.
...or so I imagine. lol

I'm just a forum and caffeine addict. 
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« Reply #51 on: March 04, 2009, 05:27:56 am »
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« Reply #52 on: March 04, 2009, 07:26:46 am »
Pics and info posted on it's own thread. look at my latest posts or search elsa, clambake, or hangover. should pop up in projects....

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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #53 on: March 04, 2009, 08:14:18 am »
check out the pro-reefer thread (search dea or raiding) for alternatives. ;)
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #54 on: March 04, 2009, 08:20:27 am »
Hahah thanks Kit, for looking out.
however, i already eat, and sleep enough. I couldn't possibly get any lazier. haha. Oh wait... Yes, yes I could.
I get all the negative effects from it. Plus I go from remotely intelligent to half-brained window licker in about 5.3 seconds. :-[
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #55 on: March 04, 2009, 08:25:48 am »
...oh, see it improves my window-licking abilities. :)  I'm a whole-brained windowlicker in 5.3 seconds! (up from half)
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #56 on: March 04, 2009, 08:30:01 am »
Inkscars your title " Keep away from me with your Full Member"  cracks me up.
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #57 on: March 04, 2009, 08:38:14 am »
Inkscars your title " Keep away from me with your Full Member"  cracks me up.


haahah. I'm actually laughing out loud. You're the first one to notice. Or to say anything so far.  :D :D :D
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #58 on: March 04, 2009, 08:42:05 am »
See, Gigawhiskey had to write "My wife likes my Full Member"  and after that I really haven't looked at people's sigs...
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #59 on: March 04, 2009, 09:50:32 am »
I haven't yet made it all the way thru all off the posts, but I'm running out of lunch hour...
I'm registered as JLove, and I started riding last year about a week before I went on a 2000 mile trip through Deal's Gap to Georgia (from Michigan).  I was on an 81 (Kawasaki) KZ 750LTD that belongs to my special man friend.  I have since then bought a 1980 KZ 250 LTD and a 76 CB550.  The CB was $200, not running, with a spark plug broken off in the head when I bought it.  It is now in need of a helicoil, fork rebuild, new chain as well as a #$%* ton of other little things I'm sure I'll find along the way. I have the head off and am going to end up rebuilding the top end.  The KZ will end up being a cafe bike.  I stripped it a few months ago, but after realizing that it takes more time than I currently have to build a bike via ebay parts, it's going back together.  I need to replace the crap wiring that the previous owner had done and get a new battery and the little guy will be good to go.
 I'm sure I'll be posting questions and pictures of the CB once I really get into it...

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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #60 on: March 04, 2009, 09:56:24 am »
Welcome JLove ;D
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #61 on: March 04, 2009, 10:07:47 am »


Welcome to the forum JLove! There's a great bunch here and a wealth of info. Check out the 500/550 registry if ya haven't already.
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #62 on: March 04, 2009, 10:14:03 am »

I noticed! :D :D Can't wait until you're a "Hotshot".


How do those "rankings" work anyway?
It'll have to change to something terrible when I get there.
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #63 on: March 04, 2009, 10:33:50 am »
Explanation of rankings here: http://forums.sohc4.net/index.php?topic=14605.msg53729#msg53729

I may have to "de-banter" this thread as it's supposed to be a registry for female forum members...
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #64 on: March 04, 2009, 10:34:57 am »
it goes by post #, hence the shameless post boost thread for cheaters out there.

Steve! You can't de-banter the female registry, we'd be back to 1 page!
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #65 on: March 04, 2009, 10:35:43 am »
See, Gigawhiskey had to write "My wife likes my Full Member"  and after that I really haven't looked at people's sigs...

I had no idea anyone even noticed.  And you still remember, wow.


Inkscars your title " Keep away from me with your Full Member"  cracks me up.


haahah. I'm actually laughing out loud. You're the first one to notice. Or to say anything so far.  :D :D :D

I noticed! :D :D Can't wait until you're a "Hotshot".

BTW, welcome to the forum JLove! There's a great bunch here and a wealth of info. Check out the 500/550 registry if ya haven't already.

It is amazing how that just rolls over.

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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #66 on: March 04, 2009, 10:44:12 am »
it goes by post #, hence the shameless post boost thread for cheaters out there.


Ooooooh! I thought it was just a place to B/S hahaha. I feel kinda ditzy. lmao.
I was looking at the other chickas profiles today, alot of em aren't even techies like we are.

Go on, "change" em. heh heheh
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #67 on: March 04, 2009, 11:20:19 am »
Potential female SOHC4.net member looking through the site:

"Oh look, 69 posts in the female member's registry"

"Hang on a minute, what's all this cr*p doing in here?"

(registers with Honda Owners Club instead...      :()
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #68 on: March 04, 2009, 03:57:47 pm »
Not doing my job well any more. Someone may have to take over for me (and maybe soon scrub me off the list :'( )

1) Loonymoon, 1973 CB350F - clueless enthusiast- but slowly learning!!
2) Hope, 1975 Honda CB550K - grew up on bikes & been riding all my life
3) Ingrid, LOT's of bikes including 1976 Honda CB750, my brother took me for a tour when I was 12 and I was hooked since...
4) Ladyvorlon, 77 CB750F.  Here I am my first rebuild, and think I did ok...not bad for a woman! LOL ....painted, cleaned, switches, bars, brakes and so much more...and a very understanding father, who's knowledge made it all possible!
5)Kitsune84,  novice mechanic, newbie rider, 1980 CB650c
6) Mosquitojones.,clueless mechanically, been riding for about 10 years, only bike is a CB650.
7)Adya 1972 CB750. Been riding on the back for years but finally decided to get my own.
8)mbritt, 1977 CB400F, don't know the lingo yet - but having fun learning!
9) Moto-BunnY
10) Inkscars - 1977 CB750 four K - First bike, first bike rebuild. Well versed in the mechanical field. Been working on cars, and small engines for almost 9 years now, although professionally I stopped about 2 years ago.
11)JLove, and I started riding last year about a week before I went on a 2000 mile trip through Deal's Gap to Georgia (from Michigan).  I was on an 81 (Kawasaki) KZ 750LTD that belongs to my special man friend.  I have since then bought a 1980 KZ 250 LTD and a 76 CB550.

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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #69 on: March 04, 2009, 03:59:50 pm »
I'll take over for you, Loonymoon, if you ever decide to leave us.
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« Reply #70 on: March 04, 2009, 11:51:02 pm »
There are about 93 females registered (at least, people who have registered and selected the gender "female"  8))

I wonder where they all are?
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #71 on: March 05, 2009, 05:05:54 am »
Hey Steeve & Loony,

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Potential female SOHC4.net member looking through the site:

"Oh look, 69 posts in the female member's registry"

"Hang on a minute, what's all this cr*p doing in here?"

(registers with Honda Owners Club instead...      )

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One way to allow all the banter that any good thread deserves, while preserving a running registry of female members, would be for LooneyMoon to edit the first post in this thread with the running tally (registry)

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1) Loonymoon, 1973 CB350F - clueless enthusiast- but slowly learning!!
2) Hope, 1975 Honda CB550K - grew up on bikes & been riding all my life
3) Ingrid, LOT's of bikes including 1976 Honda CB750, my brother took me for a tour when I was 12 and I was hooked since...
4) Ladyvorlon, 77 CB750F.  Here I am my first rebuild, and think I did ok...not bad for a woman! LOL ....painted, cleaned, switches, bars, brakes and so much more...and a very understanding father, who's knowledge made it all possible!
5)Kitsune84,  novice mechanic, newbie rider, 1980 CB650c
6) Mosquitojones.,clueless mechanically, been riding for about 10 years, only bike is a CB650.
7)Adya 1972 CB750. Been riding on the back for years but finally decided to get my own.
8)mbritt, 1977 CB400F, don't know the lingo yet - but having fun learning!
9) Moto-BunnY
10) Inkscars - 1977 CB750 four K - First bike, first bike rebuild. Well versed in the mechanical field. Been working on cars, and small engines for almost 9 years now, although professionally I stopped about 2 years ago.
11)JLove, and I started riding last year about a week before I went on a 2000 mile trip through Deal's Gap to Georgia (from Michigan).  I was on an 81 (Kawasaki) KZ 750LTD that belongs to my special man friend.  I have since then bought a 1980 KZ 250 LTD and a 76 CB550.


The posts to this thread can continue to be as much of a conversation as anyone wants while keeping the actual registry up to date and as the first thing someone looking at this thread sees.
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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #72 on: March 05, 2009, 07:14:03 am »
I suspect a large amount are lurkers, and MickeyX doesn't... actually... officially own a CB, she just works on mine.
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« Reply #73 on: March 05, 2009, 09:06:41 am »
and MickeyX doesn't... actually... officially own a CB, she just works on mine.


This list is the "Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members".  Last time I looked she's a forum member, so belongs on this list :)


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Re: Registry of Female SOHC4 forum members
« Reply #74 on: March 05, 2009, 09:09:38 am »
Ok, Fine.
1) Loonymoon, 1973 CB350F - clueless enthusiast- but slowly learning!!
2) Hope, 1975 Honda CB550K - grew up on bikes & been riding all my life
3) Ingrid, LOT's of bikes including 1976 Honda CB750, my brother took me for a tour when I was 12 and I was hooked since...
4) Ladyvorlon, 77 CB750F.  Here I am my first rebuild, and think I did ok...not bad for a woman! LOL ....painted, cleaned, switches, bars, brakes and so much more...and a very understanding father, who's knowledge made it all possible!
5)Kitsune84, 1980 CB650c - First rebuild, learning how to ride.
6) Mosquitojones.,clueless mechanically, been riding for about 10 years, only bike is a CB650.
7)Adya 1972 CB750. Been riding on the back for years but finally decided to get my own.
8)mbritt, 1977 CB400F, don't know the lingo yet - but having fun learning!
9) Moto-BunnY
10) Inkscars - 1977 CB750 four K - First bike, first bike rebuild. Well versed in the mechanical field. Been working on cars, and small engines for almost 9 years now, although professionally I stopped about 2 years ago.
11)JLove, and I started riding last year about a week before I went on a 2000 mile trip through Deal's Gap to Georgia (from Michigan).  I was on an 81 (Kawasaki) KZ 750LTD that belongs to my special man friend.  I have since then bought a 1980 KZ 250 LTD and a 76 CB550.
12)MickeyX- Not a CB owner but an enthusiast from afar.  Parts and smart-aleck remark contributor. Kit's better half :)
« Last Edit: March 05, 2009, 09:14:15 am by Kit »
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