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    Jeezus. Grats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SameGuy View Post
    Jeezus. Grats!
    I'll actually pull a few shots tonight . It is a monster at 70 plus pounds. Should be a step up. Who needs a Silvano haha.

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    Uhh, how much for the Silvano? Sis/BIL were looking at Brewtus...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post
    I'll actually pull a few shots tonight . It is a monster at 70 plus pounds. Should be a step up. Who needs a Silvano haha.
    Are you using it on a tank or plumbed in?

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    Damn that is awesome, I'm jelly.
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    [QUOTE=rahimlee54;241011]I have pretty much just sat down had to drive a decent ways to pick it up. This was a review for a local coffee forum, the guy that runs the place wanted to keep it but with his already great setup couldn't justify the money so I got a new machine at an incredible price. I didn't think I'd ever have anything at this level but I couldn't resist it.
    La Marzocco GS3 /QUOTE]

    Congrats re. great buy and having the space for it

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    Yes awesome machine!

    You can really make the God Shots on those once you take some time to get to know it, slight mods to. I have always loved working on LaMrz machines, and for home its just awesome.


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    I'll actually pull a shot tonight and see how it goes. Had to take a day off the gym to clean and read instructions and set the thing up. I have a hard time missing my workouts but sometimes you need to drink a few espressi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post
    I'll actually pull a shot tonight and see how it goes. Had to take a day off the gym to clean and read instructions and set the thing up. I have a hard time missing my workouts but sometimes you need to drink a few espressi.

    There is a lot you can adjust.
    Group pressure, I think pressure profiles?
    Temp at head, boiler, etc.
    Pretty deep kit!

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    Congrats on the GS3!!! Are you going one step further and getting the Strada MP mod?

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