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I went ahead and whipped something together on the calc to play with it. http://soapcalc.net/calc/ViewRecipe.asp
I went ahead and played with the calc a bit.
No lye in the end product after the reaction process.
Or a 20hp opposed-twin Briggs engine if you're really willing to build the frame up a bit.
I'd find a steel-frame roadbike to make a board tracker build out of, personally, as well as a good 5hp or 10hp Briggs or Tecumseh engine to stick in the frame.
Easy ghetto power generator.
Nice, but put an engine in this thing and put apehangers on it for handlebars.
Two suggestions, put the wide tire on the back, and put a 50cc engine in the frame.
Lessee here for 'valuables'...1) My work ID/time badge, can't clock in without that.2) Equipment required for my job.3) My lunch, and a small first-aid kit.4) Shaving supplies, get out the door quicker by shaving before clock-in whenever the facial hair gets a little long in the tooth.
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