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Old 03-31-2014, 05:03 PM   #1881
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Also, yay or nay on painting the Aerocatch LSB? I have a bottle of LSB and clear coat and have been tempted to blend them in more by painting them
I'd probably leave them black in fear of them just chipping after repeated latching.
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Old 03-31-2014, 05:04 PM   #1882
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Leave them black.
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Old 03-31-2014, 05:34 PM   #1883
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I think they look cheesy paint-matched.

In the past I really liked the TSI's but paint matched like that I just don't like it. Another vote for smoked turns.

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Old 03-31-2014, 05:38 PM   #1884
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God damn it I hate you guys so much at times....

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I vote nay on painting the latches. At least we're saving you work on that. LOL.
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It's like you all are the collective Borg sitting in your damn cubes reiterating the rhetoric of, "resistance is futile bitch!"

Or maybe my willpower has the strength of an inflatable packing peanut and you all know it too well.
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I vote nay on painting the latches. At least we're saving you work on that. LOL.
When has our commentary ever focused on saving Jeff any work?
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Old 03-31-2014, 05:51 PM   #1888
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Car will be incomplete with out smoked TSI's & markers
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Old 03-31-2014, 05:53 PM   #1889
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When has our commentary ever focused on saving Jeff any work?
Exactly. You guys get FULL blame for how long the car has taken. I'd be done 2 months ago, but nooooo why don't we just offhandedly suggest something innocuous to the man who will research the **** out of it!

If you can't tell, this is how I say thank you and I appreciate the help, but also that you are partially to blame for the 5 years I've cut off my life expectancy doing this build.
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Old 03-31-2014, 05:55 PM   #1890
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It's like you all are the collective Borg sitting in your damn cubes reiterating the rhetoric of, "resistance is futile bitch!"

Or maybe my willpower has the strength of an inflatable packing peanut and you all know it too well.
Jeff - please don't ever associate a packing peanut with the inflatable packing material. I do a LOT of shipping and receiving and I have this thing against packing peanuts.

No matter what sized box I get I feel that I need to completely empty the package if it's filled with those idiotic peanuts in fear that I'll be tossing expensive parts into the trash if I don't. Then after I've dumped them all over my office they somehow develop this static force field which renders them nearly impossible to pick up by hand. Even if you try to dump them directly into the trash from the package at least 30% of them somehow end up on the floor... End rant. You may proceed not painting those latches.
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Jeff - please don't ever associate a packing peanut with the inflatable packing material. I do a LOT of shipping and receiving and I have this thing against packing peanuts.

No matter what sized box I get I feel that I need to completely empty the package if it's filled with those idiotic peanuts in fear that I'll be tossing expensive parts into the trash if I don't. Then after I've dumped them all over my office they somehow develop this static force field which renders them nearly impossible to pick up by hand. Even if you try to dump them directly into the trash from the package at least 30% of them somehow end up on the floor... End rant. You may proceed not painting those latches.
I couldn't think of the correct term for the balloon of air. You think packing peanuts are bad? Search raffi paper and then we'll talk.

Also shop vacuums make packing peanuts easy mode.
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I couldn't think of the correct term for the balloon of air. You think packing peanuts are bad? Search raffi paper and then we'll talk.

Also shop vacuums make packing peanuts easy mode.
I looked for this "Raffi Paper" you speak of. The second google photo result was the only thing that resembled what could act as a packing material. ...If this showed up in my package I imagine it would somehow bring me peace, luck and somehow offer a humbling sense that this little Raffi Paper fish has my parts protected..
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Yellow llamas eating sweaters, really ticks me off.
This was the 6th google image result for 'raffi paper'
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Moose with Goose
Kiwi with seaweed
Bear with a brush
Fly with a tie
Llama ...eating pajamas?
Whale with ..herpes?

I think its time I got off the internet for today.
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Moose with Goose
Kiwi with seaweed
Bear with a brush
Fly with a tie
Llama ...eating pajamas?
Whale with ..herpes?

I think its time I got off the internet for today.
Sparkling whale sperm..? Err, sparkling sperm whale, rather.
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Old 03-31-2014, 07:28 PM   #1896
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its a gay whale

a gayle
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...Whale with a spotted tail.

Let's start a new thread? "Random keywords that net funny Google Image results".

Back to the build thread Jeff... lol
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Keep the TSIs! Block off the passenger one (mine is also blocked off) and call it good.
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Bwahahaha! Vlad, you should know this by now, you have a kid
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