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Old 12-13-2008, 03:06 PM   #1
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Bob Stormer is a genius. First his error correction thread, now this...
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A genius with a lot of spare time.
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Wow, he does have a ton of spare time. who has time to sit around and think of how to take 18 grams off of a SENSOR WIRE!?!?!
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Wow, he does have a ton of spare time. who has time to sit around and think of how to take 18 grams off of a SENSOR WIRE!?!?!
He didn't take weight off, he is showing the pressure needed to bend the two different brands of sensor wires.
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Old 12-14-2008, 12:09 AM   #5
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Wow. That's sofa king cool. I already have the TQ sensor wire in my DB12RR it's buttery soft.
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Old 12-14-2008, 01:34 AM   #6
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Bob Stormer is a genius. First his error correction thread, now this...
some of us were meant to innovate.. bob is one of those guys
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Yeah I saw this a few days ago when I was searching for spare sensor cables.... it is a very interesting way to measure "stiffness"
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It does makes for an effective demo.
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that man could sell refridgerators to eskimos!
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You guys are easily impressed.
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granted bob could sell those cables to those with sensorless systems, but why bother. we're legal in mod and we're comin' !!!!

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If the Mongoose motor's sensor wire was removable I'd buy one of these in an instant. That flexibility is really useful in smaller cars.
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What is a "refridgerator"? I'd buy one.
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What is a "refridgerator"? I'd buy one.
no spellcheck on this inferior DOS based operating system
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no spellcheck on this inferior DOS based operating system
So true about DOS.

There is Mozilla.
The spell check in Chrome does more harm then good.
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