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Old 10-23-2003, 11:16 PM   #31
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thanks guys, I appreciate it. Sorry for flipping out, just when I feel the slightest bit of hostility, I do that. Again sorry and thanks.
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Unique, there'* no animosity here, nor hostility. When people come in here claiming outlandish performance from one of our drivetrains, one of 2 things happens:

1. People are upset because you're running in the 12'* on the 1/4, and it took Scott Cook thousands of dollars to get his SSEI there

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2. People want to know what you did to yours to get there, so they can learn from you and do the same to their cars.

I ask you to have as much patience and understanding with the rest of the members as at least half of them have had with you so far.
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Old 10-24-2003, 12:51 PM   #33
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Unique, there'* no animosity here, nor hostility. When people come in here claiming outlandish performance from one of our drivetrains, one of 2 things happens:

1. People are upset because you're running in the 12'* on the 1/4, and it took Scott Cook thousands of dollars to get his SSEI there

or

2. People want to know what you did to yours to get there, so they can learn from you and do the same to their cars.

I ask you to have as much patience and understanding with the rest of the members as at least half of them have had with you so far.


Lay of the poor fella, guys!! Even I had a learning curve to experience when I joined. I just chose to remain relatively silent until I caught on. I've always been into pre-1975 RWD power. This is the first computerized FWD power I've experienced, and still have a lot to learn!! Unique does deserve respect from each and everyone of us!! C'mon!!!
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