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Re: steady commentary

11/17/97 2:24 AM bstrub@silverlink.net

>F'r instance, if your car is so damn fast, what sort of mods DO you have?
>Although I have no personal interest in implementing them, why do you wish
>for everybody to duplicate your research needlessly?  What do you get out of
>that?  What do you get from keeping it secret?

First you should ask that question of Scott since he's always the one 
with a secret.  Scott has an motive here to keep things a secret and to 
confuse the issue, after all he's a vendor.

>What the heck do you mean by a proper intercooler?  

Something efficient with a low pressure drop, NOT a cheesy conversion of 
the two pass intercooler to a single pass.

>Partial information is useless to those trying to learn something.  

I agree, once again let's look at scott's post, in which he makes 
comments like "I'm giving away too much info for free" On the other hand 
I've told folks to e-mail me in private if they want to know what I've 
done on my car.

>And if you are trying to
>protect a personal business (why would someone so well paid for other things
>have to make money from other car enthusiasts?), my personal opinion is that
>you are not impressing any future clients by being sly or coy.

I'm not doing any of these mods for business, I'm doing them for MYSELF.  
I have no desire to sell what I've done.  I don't have the time or 

>I do not mean to insult anybody, nor destroy reputations.  My goal here is
>to raise the level of the list discussion above "mine is bigger than yours",
>which helps nobody.

And I wish that we could but some on this list are trying to keep it that 


Eric Fletcher S.O.C.
'87 5KCSTQ with WAY too many toys.....

According to Einstein, the faster you go, the longer you live.

St. Louis, MO