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Old 02-21-2008, 02:41 AM   #21
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welll spending max of 4000 i do no how to put everything on as i was a turbo mechenic for a while and did it alot i no heaps about cars i want fast as in so it will drift i want 3rd gear spinning easy ok people may think i am dumb because i want to drift but i want to go into comps as i never see mx5's in them
if you were a turbo mechanic, i dont think you would be asking questions.
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Old 02-21-2008, 02:54 AM   #22
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Apparently you have something against using commas and periods. I definitely have to agree with badboy88000, I find it hard to believe that if you were a turbo mechanic that you would be asking these types of question...
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Old 02-21-2008, 03:07 AM   #23
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Exactly... Most newcomers read for at least a couple months before even posting once! It really helps because you can learn what the culture is like here and you can keep yourself from getting flamed like this. We are happy to answer questions but please do a search first. Read braineack's FAQ. It is very very good and it is a great place to start. Search, rephrase, search again, rephrase again, search again. If you cant find the answer you are looking for. Ask the question in a precise manor so that we can give you the exact answer that you are looking for.

Also, like has been said, grammar and punctuation are wonderful. It makes you look much more intelligent and people are more likely to listen to you because they don't get a headache from trying to translate your words into something legible.

Oh, also, it helps if you use a precise thread title so we know what the thread is about without having to open it. The thread title "help" could be about ANYTHING. This one may be just a pet peeve of mine but i think it applies with other people too.
+1 to all of that. FYI to all noobs: The last n00b to join here with perfect grammar, cognitive goals, and a clear grasp of all the materials in the FAQs got a half-page essay from me on some of the finer points of their particular goals and an offer to get a ride in my car whenever they wanted. Do your homework and good things will come of it.
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Old 02-21-2008, 03:32 AM   #24
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Ok I am using my correct grammer now, I was a turbo mechenic but i never did the qutoting and buying, I just put it on I no what i need
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Old 02-21-2008, 04:51 AM   #25
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Stop posting. You have lots and lots of reading to do before you are allowed to post again.
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Stop posting. You have lots and lots of reading to do before you are allowed to post again.
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Old 02-26-2008, 05:13 AM   #27
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Please, stop posting to every for-sale thread, asking if it will fit your car.

Seriously, I haven't seen you post anything except "will this fit my 90 car", and "how much shipped to australia". Damn man, just buy a BEGI-S or FM kit; it will fit your car, you can see how much power it's making, you'll get the support from them, and all will be well.
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You are lucky the other people got to you while i was at work newb.
LMFAO

were you going to kick his ***?
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Old 02-28-2008, 12:46 AM   #29
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Did anyone else get two random and unsolicited pm's from slomx5 looking for help? On the same day (2/19)?

-Mike
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Old 02-28-2008, 01:39 AM   #30
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Did anyone else get two random and unsolicited pm's from slomx5 looking for help? On the same day (2/19)?

-Mike
He probably wanted help so why didn't you help him?
Black i have my own style of breaking in newbs who **** me off look back into some of my other posts and you will see. they didn't name the smilie magna for nothing
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