razza
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Location: Helensburgh
Member Since: 28th Jan 2006
Total posts: 43
Posted:does anyone know any secrets on how to make wicks last longer ??? and how to store them to get the best performance out of them ubbangel ubbrollsmile

Horsepower is how fast u hit a tree. Tourqe is how far the tree goes with u

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webdaemon
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Member Since: 10th Sep 2005
Total posts: 40
Posted:go here:
http://www.homeofpoi.com/articles/wick_care.php
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im gonna guess you havnt been burning for long so i sugest you go here:
http://www.homeofpoi.com/help/help_index.php?level=1&item=Fire+and+Safety
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and above all go here:
http://www.homeofpoi.com/articles/Fire_Test.php
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do all this and "ye shall feel the force" and not the burning sensation...


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razza
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Location: Helensburgh
Member Since: 28th Jan 2006
Total posts: 43
Posted:Ifrit

Horsepower is how fast u hit a tree. Tourqe is how far the tree goes with u

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UCOF
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Member Since: 17th Apr 2002
Total posts: 15414
Posted:Gelfling?

umm


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Flaeyr_Munklefist
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Location: Tucson, Arizona
Member Since: 19th Mar 2006
Total posts: 24
Posted:"But Gelfling all dead, Garthem kill them all, you CAN'T be Gelfling. You look like a Gelfling, smell like a Gelfling; Maybe you ARE a Gelfling."

Teeheehee, memories.

My particular favorite way to ruin wicks is to get them wet. Cuts burn times in half and they might not recover to full burn times. Your two best ways to preserve wick in my opinion are to:

1) Keep them in a plastic bag when not using them so they don't get damp/dirty (cuts down on smell too)

2) Use practice poi for practice and fire poi for fire. No practice with fire poi, bad poier, bad!

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There was once a man who dreamt he was a butterly, and when he awoke, he wished he would wake again to find his wings.

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