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About TWayServiceCrew

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  • Birthday 31/03/1974

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    Liverpool NSW

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    Wanderers
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    Liverpool FC

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  1. Yeah matches the engine revs to the wheel/gearbox rpm. I'm no racer and struggle to heel-toe (i drive manual everyday), but rev matching makes downshifts much smoother so the car is in control. I guess that also makes it better on gearboxes and equipment. Less shock forces through the drivetrain. I would guess it's also a lot to do with momentum. Keeping the RPMs level would probably help with engines carburetion, and in turbo cars, would help with boost levels. Especially as when cornering you want to be able to accelerate as quick, early and smoothly as possible. If done properly it isnt damaging Downshifting without bleeping the throttle and bringing the revs up can also cause the back wheels to lock up due to the sudden change in rpm, it's called a compression lock up and can cause all sorts of issues under hard braking, it's like pulling on the handbrake.
  2. Anyone from the Blue Mountains looking for a venue the Gardners Inn, Blackheath will have the game on and Wanderers fans in attendance.
  3. Mine did and then moved it as soon as the draw came out.... They learned a lesson last year it seems
  4. A small piece from the 2016 Men’s Competition Review Board Resolution - May 2015 Seniors: It is decided that the following changes be implemented with respect to Seniors Competitions (Ist, U20s and U18s) for the 2016 season: • NPL1 remains with 12 clubs • NPL2 will be expanded from 12 clubs to 14 clubs to accommodate 2 new HAL Club Academies (namely Sydney FC and Western Sydney Wanderers) • It is expected a senior NPL environment will be conducted on the Central Coast to be determined between Central Coast Football and Central Coast Mariners • HAL Academies/Clubs are to be bound by exactly the same rules and regulations as are enforced on FNSW NPL clubs • The current State League 1 competition will become NPL3 with a 12 team competition. • U16 age group will be become part of Youth, not Seniors, competitions • There will be no change to the current principle of “one up/one down†promotion and relegation between each tier of senior competitions each year based solely on Seniors Club Championship playing results • State League Two will be re-named “State League†and an Under 18’s age group will be introduced to this competition to be consistent across all senior competitions in NPL 1, NPL 2 and NPL 3. This will be a 12 team competition. There are no other changes be made to the structure of the Seniors NPL1, NPL2, NPL3 or State League competitions. Juniors: It is decided that the following changes be implemented with respect to Youth Competitions for the 2016 season: • Under 16s to move back into the Youth Football Structure • U12 age group to become part of SAP from 2016 onwards • HAL Academies (Sydney FC and WSW) to be required to enter NPL Youth League teams in FNSW competitions on exactly the same conditions as all other participating clubs, including no direct entry into National Youth Championships. • NPL Youth (Tier 1) will be a combined competition made up of the 12 NPL1 Senior clubs, 12 NPL2 Senior clubs and the 2 HAL clubs Youth Academies making 26 clubs • State League 1 clubs (to be part of NPL3 competition) are required to field teams in Youth League U13 – U16 in 2016 • In addition to the 12 NPL#3 clubs, regional branches will have the option to participate in Tier 2 youth competition. • FNSW Institute Program for Boys will cease on entry of the HAL Clubs into the FNSW Youth Competitions
  5. Was it Murray? I've seen him at The Stooges and Television (the band) gigs, and at at least one of those gigs in his leather jacket. He also played / plays in a band called Bang Shang A Lang http://www.bangshangalang.com
  6. Who rattled your chain? Doesn't take much rattling... Just an observation. The eastern stand around the CPC get right into Call to Arms
  7. You'll get a full stadium Call to Arms before Glorious
  8. Lol , **** dude! Go AROUND the trees! Were you driving?Nah man silly seat.... thats me making all the noise afterwards my footrest collapsed and I used my balls for brakes.
  9. We've just rebuilt the car after this little incident in Rally Australia last year Next event is our home event http://www.rallynsw.com.au/events/bathurst-rally/
  10. Dad was born in England and immigrated with his family in 1954 as a 10 pound Pom, Mum was born in Sydney, her maternal Grandparents were English and paternal Australian with German heritage We've tracked back my fathers paternal line to 1664 in Cornwall England after coming across from St Helier Jersey. Primarily English except for his Granmother who is from Thurles in Tipperary Ireland. Mum is also English on her mothers side going back to the early 1800's around Surrey and Buckinghamshire so far. Her father's family is of German heritage arriving in Australia in 1857 and settling in Grafton. We haven't had much luck with the German investigations as a lot of the records were destroyed during WWII, we do know they left from Munich but not much else. .
  11. Nope Rangers under 15s on the othe field and that was more than a scuffle
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