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    Good morning from a wet, windy Blighty

    Morning chaps,

    I thought that I would try your forum to enjoy some more grown up, tolerant and literate chat,

    You seem to have a lot of names that I recognise from a few years ago.

    All the best,

    Alan

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    Hi Alan. Yea..that "other" forum is full of arrogant,pompous, closed-minded people... Welcome!
    The power of an Atom is a terrible thing to waste! Atom owner/operator since 2007. The more you chase perfection,the faster it becomes. John Force for President! (I asked him once in person...he laughed)

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    Welcome Alan!

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    Welcome Alan! Thanks so much for joining us. I like a lot of people on the other forum. I believe though that diversity of resources and information is very beneficial. We are really glad to have you here and look forward to learning more about your Atom, and maybe you too. Grin
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    Not sure if this is the place for a retired policemen. Too many outlaws and exiles hang out on here. (just kidding)

    Welcome Alan.

    Wet and windy sounds like the summer we've had so far. Today is nice though and the forecast looks great.

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    See! What a friendly bunch!

    I took my car (2008 300) to the factory for its service/MOT on Monday, BLOODY cold!

    Looking at the cars in build, it looks rather as if the Mugen dash is being fitted as standard now, it is a very nice thing and I look forward to it being offered as a retro fit. The Mugen suspension is to be an option I think.

    No sign of that Motorcycle though, well away from prying eyes I suspect!

    Alan

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    Welcome Alan, glad that came over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanP View Post
    See! What a friendly bunch!

    I took my car (2008 300) to the factory for its service/MOT on Monday, BLOODY cold!

    Looking at the cars in build, it looks rather as if the Mugen dash is being fitted as standard now, it is a very nice thing and I look forward to it being offered as a retro fit. The Mugen suspension is to be an option I think.

    No sign of that Motorcycle though, well away from prying eyes I suspect!

    Alan
    That's actually great news about the dash, I bet its not affected by direct sunlight the way the old one is. Wait.. is that a factory improvement?

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    Hi, Alan! Welcome! Great to have you here!

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    And while enjoying a warming cup of coffee at the factory I looked at a copy of the Palmersport brochure, which talked a lot about them using Atoms on corporate days out. It says that they are being fitted with sequential shifts, I might guess a little cheaper that the one on the 500, could this make it onto the options list? ..............

    Exciting times for those wanting a new car.

    A

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