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Old 02-25-2004, 04:18 PM   #21
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all this time i thought it was on the ssei'* and i have a book on the 2000'*. never bothered to see it intil mremer showed the acrobat reader book and there it is, load leveling SE, SLE, SSEi STANDARD
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argh! OK! FINE! NOW WHAT THE HECK DO I DO WITH IT?!?!?!?!?!
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Anyone got an ELC sensor they dont want

I NEED one...
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to heck with all of you! you hear me to HECK!!!!!

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Mremer, use the ELC to create PSI in your thrasher....
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Quote:
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Mremer, use the ELC to create PSI in your thrasher....
{insert laughter here}
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oh dang! I forgot to type LOL or something like that...

Seriously, other than using the ELC to add PSI to my thrasher or power my turboed supercharger, or to run the hydralics for my 6' aluminum wing, is there anything I can "really" do with it.
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yeah, what jr said.
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