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I'm brad (obviously). There isn't much to know, but I'll talk for a sec anyway. Big into rotary engines. Own a '91 RX-7 which hopefully will sport a 20b 3-rotor engine. Anything about rotary engines gets me pretty excited. Also big music fan (just like the rest of you), and play drums and tuba. Questions? Just ask. -G'day

  • Question about salvia.?

    I live just south of Lansing, Michigan, and was wondering if anybody who might live in this area know where to get some cuttings of the salvia divinorum plant, because I'm interested in growing it myself because head shop prices are grossly expensive per gram for even smaller extracts.

    1 AnswerAlternative Medicine1 decade ago
  • 1966 Kawasaki motorcycle?

    I have a 1966 Kawasaki J series (I think about 80-100cc, not a big bike, just a project to undertake) motorcycle that I acquired from my uncle a few years ago that he kinda just left sitting behind his garage, so I decided to take it. I have become interested in restoring/rebuilding the bike, if anything. However, I am finding it impossible to find any information about it on the internet. Does anybody have a decent source of where I can find info about it, or restoration tips and the like? Help greatly appreciated.

    4 AnswersMotorcycles1 decade ago
  • iPad released today...?

    What are your thoughts about it? Details appreciated.

    I'm not a fan.

    7 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • 1994 Jeep Cherokee SE?

    I have a 1994 Jeep Cherokee (with about 110,000 miles on 4.0L, if that makes any difference) that seems to have a noise issue.

    What happens is when I come to a stop, there sometimes is a rattle that sounds like it's coming from under the vehicle, but I can't exactly pinpoint what it is, but as soon as I start accelerating, it goes away. The transmission seems to shift fine through all the gears, so I'm at least hoping that's not the issue. Any ideas/ answers? I'm not exactly very car savvy, so any help is greatly appreciated.

    4 AnswersJeep1 decade ago