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Old 06-08-2006, 08:47 PM   #11
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Yes. Pretty different. Listen to a L36 with a flow master and a L27 with a flowmaster. They are quite different.
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I have done so in the past. I would prefer the person responsible for the errors correct them.
I think it'* typical for the person responsible for the errors to be unaware they were in error, and unlikely to make corrections. And probably the case with this article. We probably know a lot more in this club that the author of that article!
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To me an L36 seems much quicker than the L27 at all speeds.
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I have done so in the past. I would prefer the person responsible for the errors correct them.
I think it'* typical for the person responsible for the errors to be unaware they were in error, and unlikely to make corrections. And probably the case with this article. We probably know a lot more in this club that the author of that article!
The person who made the errors is aware of the errors.

Comparing an L67 in a L27/L36 post isn't going to get us far. They don't sound anything alike.
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I have done so in the past. I would prefer the person responsible for the errors correct them.
I think it'* typical for the person responsible for the errors to be unaware they were in error, and unlikely to make corrections. And probably the case with this article. We probably know a lot more in this club that the author of that article!
The person who made the errors is aware of the errors.

Comparing an L67 in a L27/L36 post isn't going to get us far. They don't sound anything alike.
OOPS. I thought they sounded different, but not that different. Merill'spontiac, disregard what I posted.
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