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Old 05-12-2007, 04:03 AM   #1
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I think people on this forum do a pretty good job at this. The best that I have seen! Are you confusing us with a different forum perchance?
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Old 05-12-2007, 10:24 AM   #3
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you must not have seen his temper tantrum on another post.
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When you act like a child here, you get treated like a child. We don't allow children here without their parent'* permission. You'll see that on the registration page.

In addition, when 6 prominent, respected, and knowledgable adult members of this Forum tell you something about your car you just don't want to believe, you don't throw a fit.

Well, you CAN throw a fit, but we can throw the switch, too.
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And...yes, I have owned 2 Neons. I know full well what those motors are capable of. Prior to that I owned several turbo Dodges. Prior to that I owned and built carbed 2.2s. Needless to say, I know my Chrysler 4 cylinders.

Maybe some of us DON'T know what your car is capable of. Only you do. But those that answered your post on pulleys, we DO know our superchargers. We know what THOSE are capable of doing. And for someone that is running a supercharger on their car, and running a standalone fuel management system, to NOT know what "boost stacking" means...is asking for mechanical failure on down the road.

All of us on this forum, at some time, have taken flak for trying something out of the ordinary. I myself took some on a recent rebuild. But I took it in stride, KNOWING that I was trying something new and I very well could blow my motor up. The collective knowledge on this site is by far the best I have seen. You would be wise to listen.
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Old 05-12-2007, 02:01 PM   #6
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Well did he ask you a question about his compression or about a pulley size?

Iam pretty sure he didnt ask for all your opinions on his c/r, so why give him ****? lol

Had to do it again hah

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Look up every other post m62edneon made, they all have willren bitching about my comp ratio when it wasnt asked about nor WAS ANY OF YOUR BUISNESS. *****
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Why be a whiny brat about it?

Childish is as childish does.
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Dude, we're just trying to help you, what'* the harm in that?
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Gee, I didn't know how sensitive you were about your compression ratio. My apologies. And please note that I (of course) was the only one telling you that what you were doing was a very bad idea.

Childish is as childish does. You're showing your colors here again.

Your compression ratio has a direct effect on what boost you can run.
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And actually, comp. ratio factors greatly when it comes to adding boost. If you want to grenade the engine to a suborbital altitude, by all means do so.

Edit: ***** beat me to it. Darn.
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