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Razor – 15184140 – bike and vehicle for child – Pocket Rocket – blue

Size: 94 x 51 x 50 cm
Requires batteries: Not
Product description: The Pocket Rocket of Razor, the bike of your dreams for a stroll around the House. An electric motorcycle racing replica Pocket Rocket can reach speeds of up to 24 mph. turn the throttle and the startup is direct. For do not disturb your neighbors, this miniature bike is designed with a motor driven by standard string for very quiet operation.

The Pocket Rocket has also tyres of 25cm and is extremely stable. With fairing motorcycle racing-inspired aerodynamic design, the Pocket Rocket is a small motorcycle made for great moments of fun. Recommended for 12 plus +, Pocket Rocket to bear a weight of 77 kg. Comes with two batteries and charger; 4-6 hours of charge time will allow up to 45 minutes of continuous driving. Assembly required. Read the Pocket Rocket manual before use.

Such as a helmet safety equipment are recommended. Please observe local regulations characteristics: aerodynamic fairing inspired race bikes large tyres of 25cm training by chain with motor at speeds ranging up to 24 KM/H Batteries rechargeable provide up to 40 minutes of battery life in continuous rear brake hand direct starting throttle grip stand retractable footrest folding Dimensions: 94 cm x 51 cm x 49.5 cm (L x W x H) weight; 18 kg weight maximum user: 77 kg for 12 years and +
Contents of packaging: Pocket Rocket blue

Product information

Technical description
Article 23 Kg weight
Dimensions of the product (L x w x h) 96.9 x 31.2 x 51.3 cm
Manufacturer age recommendation: 12 years and over
Maximum weight that can be supported by product 77.1 kilograms
Reference manufacturer 15120040
Battery (s) / battery (s) required (s) Yes
Battery (s) / battery (s) included (s) Yes
Razor – 15184140 – Vélo et Véhicule pour Enfant – Pocket Rocket – Bleu

Red Line (60103) SI-1 Complete Fuel System Cleaner – 15 oz.

Cleans almost 100 percent efficiency in a single treatment
Reduces the need for octane rating of up to two points
Contains the synthetic lubricant upper cylinder
Safe for use continues
Use a bottle per tank for the most effective treatment of the vehicle ignored

Product description

Fuel concentrated detergent-based additive cleans injectors, Carburetors, valves and deposits from the combustion chamber with a concentrated blend of the most powerful available, high temperature and low temperature detergents.

Measurable improvement of 2mpg,

Purchased this for use in a Honda CRV that has had only regular oil changes over 60k miles, no other recommended maintenance other than brakes, filter . I noticed a steady decline in mpg over the past 30k miles since break in from 28-29mpg over my regular commute to 26-27mpg and sometimes struggling to break 26. (info from onboard computer and the old divide miles by gallons) A mixture of highway and two lane, I drive it six days a week like clockwork.

I put about 10oz of Red Line in the first tank, added 10 gallons to the mix at a 1/4 tank which gave a weaker dilution and then added the remaining 4oz to the third tank of fuel. During the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd tankfuls I saw little change, but by the 4th tank mpg jumped up to an average of 28.8mpg and has now maintained this for over a month of commuting. The road is the same, I always purchase gas at the same station and the numbers reflect both what the car is telling me and what my calculator is. For me it works and paid for it’s self in three weeks of commuting, highly recommend.

Redline SL-1 is recommended by BMW.,

This product works great with cars built in the 1990s like many have said. Doing a lot of stop and go driving in Los Angeles I do notice that my car doesnt run as well over time after a dose of Redline. Its been misfiring and after using a bottle….i get a smoother car for a few months and then back to this again. Could be the shady gas stations here adding water. But my car runs better after using a bottle. It even increased the mpg on trips to Las Vegas. I havent able to get 30mpg in a long long time due to ethanol gas…usually around 21-22mpg freeway driving in CA. When I go to Nevada and get some ethanol free gas I do notice I can get 27.1 mpg on the way back. So yeah…ethanol gas sucks…until it gets phased out we are stuck with it and the deposits that may accumulate.

BMW also lists this SL1 in their manual and sells it at the dealer to customers as the recommended fuel system cleaner.

Redline SI-1: One of the Few Fuel Additives Worth Every Penny!,

As many of the reviews already published here have mentioned, this product contains PEA, a very good cleaner. I find the Redline product to be a good balance of a good strong cleaner, as well as a good upper cylinder lubricant. Not to mention Redline has a near bulletproof reputation. I use this product in all of our vehicles which include; 2012 Kia Optima Turbo w/ 6800 miles, 2003 Toyota Corolla with 108K miles, and a 1977 F250. All of these vehicles are very different; an economy car, a turbocharged 274hp 4 cylinder, and a built big block. But they all benefit from using SI-1 regularly.

I choose to use this product as a maintenance dose (1.5 ounces per 10 gallons), along with a full bottle cleaning once a year. For $10.95/bottle, it gives me peace of mind knowing the fuel system is being kept in tip top shape. This holds especially true for the Kia, which is turbocharged and direct injection. The Corolla runs as good now with 108,000 miles as when we bought it with 25,000 miles. Still feels like it has the same amount of power and fuel economy has stayed consistent. I attribute this to using synthetic fluids changed at reasonable intervals, and using Redline SI-1 regularly for the fuel system.
Red Line (60103) SI-1 Complete Fuel System Cleaner – 15 oz.

2012 Harley Davidson FLHTCUSE7 CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide.(A One Stop Shop To Buy All Your Motorcycle Genuine Spare Parts & Accessories At The Best Price Available Here)(A World Class Super Red Hot Best Seller)

Model overview:
The Harley-Davidson Electra Glide CVO Ultra Classic is a touring style motorcycle with an MSRP of $37,249 and is carryover for 2012. Power is provided by a 4-stroke, 1802.6cc, air cooled, OHV – Pushrod, v twin engine with electric starter. The engine is paired with a 6-Speed manual transmission and total fuel capacity is 6 gallons. The Electra Glide CVO Ultra Classic rides on aluminum wheels with a Dunlop(r) 130/80 B17 65H front tire and a Dunlop(r) 180/65 B16 81H rear tire. The front suspension is a telescopic fork while the rear suspension is a twin sided swing arm. Front dual hydraulic disc brakes and rear hydraulic disc brakes provide stopping power. The Electra Glide CVO Ultra Classic comes standard with a one-piece, 2-passenger seat.
2012 Harley Davidson FLHTCUSE7 CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide

Proficient Motorcycling: The Ultimate Guide to Riding Well.

This fresh update of the world’s best introduction to safe street-riding techniques now marries color imagery and contemporary road scenes with expanded content and more real road hazard strategies written in clear, concise,easy-to follow instruction that has made the book #1.
Proficient Motorcycling: The Ultimate Guide to Riding Well
Author David L. Hough is known around the world as an expert in safe street riding techniques and is a reknown celebrity with U.S. and Canadian bikers for his contributions to life-saving techniques that help bikers be safe while maximizing their ride.
Proficient Motorcycling: The Ultimate Guide to Riding Well


David L. Hough (pronounced “huff”) and his wife Diana reside in the Port Angeles area, about 80 miles northwest of Seattle, but they have toured worldwide by motorcycle.
Dave took up motorcycling in 1965 as a means to commute to work. But he quickly discovered that there wasn’t much information available to help a new motorcyclist. So he started gathering what he could find, and after several years began sharing sharing “safety tips” with the Boeing Employees’ Motorcycle Club.
That led to a long career of writing skills information for Road Rider magazine, Motorcycle Consumer News, BMW Owners News, and other commercial magazines. In 2000, after 40+ years of riding and writing, Hough selected the best of his work for publication as the book “Proficient Motorcycling”, followed by two other books, Street Strategies” and “More Proficient Motorcycling.” Proficient Motorcycling is now in it’s second edition in English, and is also published in Russian, German, and Polish.
Hough is one of only a few motorcycle journalists who has also been a certified instructor for both two-wheeled and three-wheeled motorcycles. He wrote the book “Driving A Sidecar Outfit.” Hough has been honored by awards from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and the BMWMOA Foundation, and is being inducted into the AMA Hall of Fame in 2009 in recognition of his efforts toward motorcycle safety.
Proficient Motorcycling: The Ultimate Guide to Riding Well

Product Review.

As a born-again motorcyclist (22 years ago I gave up the saddle when my daughter was born, after 8 years of self-taught riding), I read everything I could find about riding technique, style, and strategy. Including the Dummy books, superbike/ego books, brandname books, and a host of others. I re-discovered some old friends from Road Rider magazine, which had morphed into the consumer-oriented Motorcycle Consumer News. There I also discovered David Hough’s “Proficient Motorcycling” column, which immediately appealed to me on several levels: he’s an unassuming writer with understated yet direct style; his topics were relevant to all skill levels; and, he discussed the minutiae of riding with clarity, consistency, and conciseness. Everything I’d been looking for to re-educate myself on the now unfamiliar world of motorcycling. When I learned this book–a compilation of years of articles and updates–was pending, I immediately pre-ordered it. Yes, this time around I’ve signed up for the MSF course–but this is the book I’ll keep for reference and review.
Proficient Motorcycling: The Ultimate Guide to Riding Well
If you are a born-again, or just starting out on a motorcycle, this book will go far toward putting everything into a natural perspective. For the cost of about four issues of Motorcycle Consumer News, I have decade’s worth of words that help me intimately understand exactly what I’m doing on two wheels.
Proficient Motorcycling: The Ultimate Guide to Riding Well

Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques.

Today’s super high-performance bikes are the most potent vehicles ever sold to the public and they demand advanced riding skills. This is the perfect book for riders who want to take their street riding skills to a higher level. Total Control explains the ins and outs of high-performance street riding. Lee Parks, one of the most accomplished riders, racers, authors and instructors in the world, helps riders master the awe-inspiring performance potential of modern motorcycles.This book gives riders everything they need to develop the techniques and survival skills necessary to become a proficient, accomplished, and safer street rider. High quality photos, detailed instructions, and professional diagrams highlight the intricacies and proper techniques of street riding. Readers will come away with a better understanding of everything from braking and cornering to proper throttle control, resulting in a more exciting yet safer ride.
Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques

About the Author

Lee Parks is the former editor of Motorcycle Consumer NEws, Motorcycle Product News, CycleShark.com, and a former staffer from Motorcyclist magazine. In addition to being an accomplished and respected writer and photographer, Parks teaches a series of high-performance riding courses around the country, courses that have been extremely well reviewed by connoisseurs of such courses.
Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques

Product Review 1.

Well explained topics, full of graphics and photographs, this book is a perfect aid for those riders wanting to get the most of their bikes. It deals with technical subjects like suspension set-up and aerodynamics, as well as human topics like attitude, fear and fitness. Don’t get misled by the title, since the techniques taught there apply to every bike type, not only to hi-performance superbikes. Written in a plain understandable language and including just the right and needed math formulae, Mr. Parks leads the reader through the entire book without much pain even for the complete novice rider. He even adds the right amount of subtle humour also.
Great book, highly recommendable.
Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques

Product Review 2.

Overall impression:

First, the book “Total Control” was an exceptionally well paced and visually pleasing read! It is immediately obvious that you have spent a great deal of time and thought on the material placed within its pages. It’s technical enough to clearly present the necessary data within the defined concept, without going so deep that it becomes difficult to navigate. Nor is it so simplistic that the reader would feel slighted by being overly “hand-held” or “kid-gloved”. If there were three bears and some porridge handy, I’m sure “it’s just right” would be the theme of the day.
Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques


While the majority of these concepts are not new to me, it is still nice to have someone else positively reinforce said concepts, and at times, distill them down to more accurate truths. This happened several times throughout the book when I would find myself nodding along with a passage, a bubble of remembrance surfacing in my mind as I recalled the event(s) that first led to the discovery of these factoids, usually in a much less desirable way. Often I had to set the book aside, while I mentally re-examined an idea I thought I knew backwards and forwards, yet was being presented from a different perspective. This of course, leads to additional insight and greatly increased understanding of not only the outlined principle, but also how these principles are all connected to one another. It’s one thing to know a bunch of individual concepts, it is quite another to see them as a contiguous whole.
Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques

Without doubt, the most enjoyable chapters in the book for me are Ch. 4, 5, and 6 titled “Fear”, “Concentration”, and “Right Attitude” respectively. The truths contained within these three chapters are so profound, so absolutely and undeniably essential in every aspect of life, that I am amazed that so few people actually address it! I have been saying the very same things, although not nearly as well, for years. Yet the response is almost always the same: Disinterest, Scorn or flat out Denial. No, it’s much better to focus on “hard” data like horsepower, torque, weight and so forth. Until someone goes to a track, and has the ex-racer / instructor absolutely walk away from them at any point on the track, while on a machine that makes 50% less horsepower and weighs 150 lbs more than theirs, then clueless that someone shall remain. I should know, I was that someone. Believe me when I say that it is a humbling, and if you have the right mindset, incredibly enlightening experience. Thank you for brilliantly explaining how the brain is the most important item to bring on a motorcycle ride!
Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques

Second favorite is the chapter on low speed U-Turns. A beautiful and clearly photographed example of how it should be done! I’ve lost count of the number of riders I’ve seen employ the exact opposite form, as if they were somehow going to yank a several hundred pound bike around 180 degrees, and consequently end up falling quite flat on the pavement.

Truthfully, I cannot fault anything within this book, except maybe the fact that I didn’t write it myself!!

I am recommending this as a mandatory read for anyone who wishes to improve their motorcycling skills.
Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques

Product Review 3.

From my website (www.rebelpacket.net)
I did manage to buy a book, “Total Control” by Lee Parks. This book, is (in my humble opinon), the greatest motorcycle instruction book since the start of motorcycle instruction books. Very clear, very precise anaologies to things that everyone deals with in real life, to help one better understand the art that is, motorcycling. One line that I read in the book struck me as something that I needed to do. “If you have not practiced riding with a bit of fear, you will panic when presented with the unexpected.” For awhile, I was riding fast, but I wasnt really afraid of riding. I wasnt afraid of sharp corners or this and that, because I usually took them at speeds only slightly above average. I didnt have any fear. I need to work on riding with a bit of fear, so instead of letting the fear CONTROL me in a situation where I need my wits, not my reactions, I can let the fear flow through me, and use the wits.
Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques

I also learned about steering my motorcycle more efficently. The author talked about how most people try to steer with both hands around corners, and while they believe that their helping the motorcycle, in reality, their hands are actually fighting eachother sub-conciously. I know, I didnt believe it either. What Lee Parks suggested doing, was relaxing the outside hand in a corner, so its barely gripping the handlebar, and to push with the inside hand ONLY to steer/lean the bike over.
Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques

HOLY CRAP! He was completely right. I’m not talking just a little bit, makes a 1/10th of a difference. I mean he was COMPLETELY AND UTTERLY on the money. I came into a 25mph turn on a road I like to test/learn my skills on, and I did as he said. I relaxed my outside hand, and at the latest point in the turn, I pushed with ONLY the inside hand, and started to turn. Only problem is, that my turning was so much more efficent, that I actually turned too much, and almost ended up as a pretty ornament on the inside guard-rail. Insane! I came up to the next tight left turn, and went a quicker than I normally would have (fear + testing out this new found turning ability), and I ZOOMED through it, without a problem. A 25mph rated turn that I normally took at 50mph, I was able to take at 65-70mph, just based on a new turning technique. This sh*t works people. These guys know what their talking about. And while you need to practice, I can completely see how some of these books are manuals on how to get into the racing world.
Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques

Donny’s Unauthorized Technical Guide to Harley-Davidson, 1936 to Present: Volume I: The Twin Cam.

Donny Petersen offers workable solutions for whatever ails your 1999-topresent Harley-Davidson. Graphics, pictures, and charts guide the reader on a sure-footed journey to a thorough understanding of the H-D Twin Cam.
Donny’s Unauthorized Technical Guide to Harley-Davidson, 1936 to Present: Volume I: The Twin Cam

Petersen’s insight makes technical issues understandable-even for the motorcycle novice. In easy-to-understand language, he examines what’s right, what’s wrong, and what’s “just okay” about the Twin Cam power train.
Donny’s Unauthorized Technical Guide to Harley-Davidson, 1936 to Present: Volume I: The Twin Cam

Volume I: The Twin Cam is the updated first volume of Petersen’s long-awaited Donny’s Unauthorized Technical Guide to Harley-Davidson, 1936 to Present series. This twelve-volume series by the dean of motorcycle technology examines the theory, design, and practical aspects of all things Harley-Davidson.
Donny’s Unauthorized Technical Guide to Harley-Davidson, 1936 to Present: Volume I: The Twin Cam

Having ridden hundreds of H-D Flatheads, Knuckleheads, Pans, Shovels, Evos, and Twin Cams across four continents-and doing all of his own roadside repairs-he has acquired a wealth of firsthand practical knowledge that he now shares. He dispenses streetwise tips and walks readers through detailed service procedures-including everything from porting and polishing cylinder heads to performing simple maintenance, like oil changes.
Donny’s Unauthorized Technical Guide to Harley-Davidson, 1936 to Present: Volume I: The Twin Cam

The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Maintenance: Tips & Techniques to Keep Your Motorcycle in Top Condition.

Popular motorcycle journalist and author Mark Zimmerman brings a comfortable, conversational tone to his easy-to-understand explanations of how motorcycles work and how to maintain them and fix them when they don’t. This practical tutorial covers all brands and styles of bikes, making it a perfect companion to the owner’s service manual whether you need to use the step-by-step instructions for basic maintenance techniques to wrench on your bike yourself or just want to learn enough to become an informed customer at your local motorcycle service department. This book includes more than 500 color photos and a thorough index to make it an especially user-friendly reference for home motorcycle mechanics of all skill levels.
The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Maintenance: Tips & Techniques to Keep Your Motorcycle in Top Condition

Product Review 1.

indeed “essential” reading

wow where do i begin. first off im a student at mmi (motorcycle mechanics institute)which has campuses in both phoenix and orlando. i bought this book to supplement my education and honestly it was a great purchase. its very easy to read and understand the first time through whether or not you have previous motorcycle knowledge of which i had none or you are experienced in mechanics. the theory section is an absolute must and just as thorough as the notes i received at mmi. the photos are great much better than youd find in your average factory manual and if you have no mechanical experience forget about trying to read one of those. factory manuals are written for “seasoned” techs. mark zimmermans book is written for both the average joe biker or someone with plenty of experience. he even takes the time to put in tips such as “what to do when you strip a bolt”, “how to torque a bolt” and much more. overall im very impressed i have yet to find a section that i felt was inadequate. other books i have found dance around the subjects and dont give you the information you need. this book hits the nail on the head everytime…..thanks mark
The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Maintenance: Tips & Techniques to Keep Your Motorcycle in Top Condition

Product Review 2.

Great book for the DIY wannabe!

This book was well thought out and goes through a logical procession of maintenance/repair items. Some typo/grammatical errors dispersed throughout the book, but not enough to lead the reader astray. What I thought best were some of the items covered that I never would have thought of as needing maintenance, much less being VERY important (ie., steering head bearings) – and I have been riding for nearly 30 years! This book almost makes you WANT to get dirty and dive into repairing your bike. Even if you don’t do your own maintenance, this book alerts you to issues that should be addressed by your mechanic, and allows you to be a much smarter motorcycle ‘consumer’
The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Maintenance: Tips & Techniques to Keep Your Motorcycle in Top Condition

How to Restore Your Harley-Davidson Motorcycle (Motorbooks Workshop)

The biggest and best book ever written on authentically restoring the most collectible 1937-1964 Harley-Davidson big twin motorcycles. Every detail on every bike is meticulously described year-by-year and model-by-model down to the correct finish for each part. 750 illustrations.
How to Restore Your Harley-Davidson Motorcycle (Motorbooks Workshop)

Product Review.

Palmer’s book has revolutionized Harley-Davidson restoration. Information that was once the province of a few real experts and many would be experts, obfuscated by lots of opinions, myths, and flawed memory masquerading as facts, is now available to anyone who buys the book. Palmer did a good job of using available resources to assemble, in excruciating detail, the data necessary to build these motorcycles as the consensus of the sources he consulted says they were supposed to be when they rolled off the factory’s assembly line. That consensus was not always easy to reach, because, for example, the manufacturer itself used retouched photos of older models to introduce new models, and followed various other practices such as running changes, recalls, and using parts inventory from one model year into the next, that make it difficult to know, today, what was “correct” in 1938. Palmer takes us into the world defined by that level of “correctness” that demands that this manufactured product from days gone by be exactly as it was at the point of origin. We can now “know,” through his book, what is “correct.” More of us can be knowledgeable about the number of cooling fins on a UL cylinder, or the color, width, and placement of pinstriping, or the fact that fender trim for a particular year is polished stainless, not chrome. This is a book about building your bike to original factory specs, and it is the best available for that purpose.
How to Restore Your Harley-Davidson Motorcycle (Motorbooks Workshop)

Of course, if you follow this book to its logical conclusion and build a correct motorcycle, don’t expect to ride it. It will have decades old tires both too valuable and too aged to ride. You won’t want to run it on pump gas, because it needs lead. Taking it out on the road might ding the paint, blue the exhaust, or demonstrate that your assembly procedures weren’t quite up to snuff by identifying all of the points where oil can escape. Palmer’s approach to the topic seems to hold that these old bikes are artifacts, not transportation. He has affirmed and strengthened a subculture within motorcycling that elevates the machine over the ride. It will be interesting to see if others, such as Kirk Perry’s “Mechanics & Owners Guide to 1941-1959 Harley-Davidson O.H.V. Big Twins” will reinforce the ranks of folks who actually want to ride these old hogs.
How to Restore Your Harley-Davidson Motorcycle (Motorbooks Workshop)

Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa ’99 to ’04 (Haynes Service & Repair Manual)

Product Description.

Haynes offers the best coverage for cars, trucks, vans, SUVs and motorcycles on the market today. Each manual contains easy to follow step-by-step instructions linked to hundreds of photographs and illustrations. Included in every manual: troubleshooting section to help identify specific problems; tips that give valuable short cuts to make the job easier and eliminate the need for special tools; notes, cautions and warnings for the home mechanic; color spark plug diagnosis and an easy to use index.

Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa ’99 to ’04 (Haynes Service & Repair Manual)

Suzuki Burgman AN650 650 Service Manual / DIY Workshop / Repair Manual (28 MB) – DOWNLOAD NOW ! 2003 2004 2005 2006.


1. Language: English
2. Compatible: All Versions of Windows & Mac
3. File Format: PDF
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Suzuki Burgman AN650 650 Service Manual / DIY Workshop / Repair Manual (28 MB) – DOWNLOAD NOW ! 2003 2004 2005 2006


Suzuki Burgman AN650 650 Service Manual / DIY Workshop / Repair Manual (28 MB) – DOWNLOAD NOW ! 2003 2004 2005 2006


Suzuki Burgman AN650 650 Service Manual / DIY Workshop / Repair Manual (28 MB) – DOWNLOAD NOW ! 2003 2004 2005 2006

1. * Body & Fixtures
2. * Troubleshooting
3. * Engine Removal and Installation
4. * Braking System
5. * Maintenance
6. * Frame/Body Panels/Exhaust System
7. * Gearbox & Clutch
8. * Engine Combustion System
9. * Lubrication System
10. * Lights/Meters/Switches
11. * Rear Wheel System
12. * Engine Fuel System
13. * Fuel injection system
14. * Crankshaft/Transmission/Balancer
15. * Ignition System
16. * Electric Starter
17. * Cooling system
18. * Wheels & Tyres
19. * Fenders and Exhaust Pipe
20. * Electrical System
21. * Battery/Charging System
22. * Engine Lubrication and Cooling
23. * Front Wheel and Steering System
24. * Crankcase/Piston/Cylinder
25. * General Information
26. * Cylinder Head/Valves
27. * Transmission System
28. * Alternator/Starter Clutch
29. * Periodic checks & Adjustments
30. * Technical Information & Specifications
31. * Suspension
32. * Wiring Diagrams
33. * Chassis
34. * Specifications

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