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First and foremost, welcome to, TechTalk Forum...

Secondly, we wish to grow our numbers and spread the "go-fast" addiction in as reasonable and responsible a manner as is humanly possible... Accordingly, we recognize that with the addition of new-blood often comes new and valuable ideas, and we greet the opportunity to learn from you and share what we know in return with open arms...

Third and most importantly, be clear and objective...State the specifics of your situation, as each situation demands a different answer...List your year, make model, any modifications, and your intended purpose for the car...The more information you can give us, the better answer you will receive...

Fourth, use the SEARCH fucntion to research our topics to see if your question has already been answered...The site is equipped with a search function that allows you to browse past discussions...Not only might you find an answer to your question, you will also find a great archive of accumulated knowledge that you may wish to read at any time....

Fifth and final, please try and help one another by using facts other than opinions...You will not be flamed for posting your thoughts, theories, opinions, or even wild guesses as long as you don’t represent them as fact...You’ll have done no wrong by making an incorrect assumption as long as you remain open to its discussion and dissection...Keep in mind there is probably someone else out there that can provide a 100% answer...Discussions are sometimes better than answers. If you don’t feel as though you are 100% sure of your answer, let your uncertainty be known or don’t answer at all

Thanks, BlackNGold

[ August 29, 2004, 08:31 PM: Message edited by: BlackNGold ]


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