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Old 07-12-2008, 08:33 PM
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good post

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Originally Posted by scapegoat
All this info is great. But if you are going to be posting negetively in a belittling manner just save it for a private message. Its clear that some of you know eachother, but i don't know you. So its natural that you buddy-up and sort of take sides.

I mean why make a post that would make somebody look stupid? I just came here and asked some questions. I understand some posts and some I don't. So if you don't want to bear with me than don't post. I don't see how much more complicated it is than that. You don't need to "chime" in in a demeaning manner. I came here having trouble timing my engine and I got some great info. I found out why I can't time my engine and then reposted in the same thread. I can't time it correctly because I have a mismatched balancer/timing tab.
Good post.

I have been reading here for several years, and posted a little a couple years ago.
One thing you will discover, there are not too many skilled old timers posting here anymore. Maybe 1/3 as many as 2 years ago.

All the bickering has run off many very good and valuable people.
This site has cancer and is dying a slow and angonizing death. Too bad. It could be GREAT.
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