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Old 02-06-2011, 01:32 PM
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Whats wrong with this pic? I have to warn a brother about this...



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13" rotors for my friend's Integra! Should have monster stopping power. And he is using cheap brake fluid.
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Originally Posted by turotufas View Post
13" rotors for my friend's Integra! Should have monster stopping power. And he is using cheap brake fluid.
Should upgrade to that damn prestone son.


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You should consider that list worthless.

http://www2.fbi.gov/ucr/cius2009/abo...ing_crime.html

It actually looks like they just randomly chose the cities by drawing names from a bag.
Yeah the cities showed no size relation. Besides. Look at all of the border towns on there. I bet they are so unsafe because most of the people there dont have licenses.
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Originally Posted by turotufas View Post
Whats wrong with this pic? I have to warn a brother about this...



A sawzall to install upgraded brakes?
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Apparently 13" rotors won't fit in there, so somehow room has to be made available...
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The “into to megasquirt thread” mentions that the MS3 basic has 5 inputs with built in pull up resistors - and I was just wondering why it would have so many, while the MS3Pro PnP has just 2 (with no pull ups?)
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****** crazy Canadians.
Like to see her milk bags
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I just built a DIYPNP.
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I just built a DIYPNP.
Cool story bro!
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I'm still tempted to pick up a Mitsubishi DLP set before they go away completely.

Have you seen the newer high-end Mitsu sets that use three lasers instead of a lamp and a color wheel? I've yet to see one in person, but I expect they'd deliver stunning color saturation.
I have not, but if they come in those giant sizes like Mitsu used to produce, I'd enjoy one too. I've always been fond of the DLP picture. Nice cinematic quality to it. DLP is priced well too, dollars per inch.
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I have not, but if they come in those giant sizes like Mitsu used to produce, I'd enjoy one too. I've always been fond of the DLP picture.
Mitsu still makes the super-size conventional (lamp-and-wheel) sets. Their largest is a mind-boggling 82" which, if I'm honest, is probably a tad bigger than I would need.
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Originally Posted by Joe Perez View Post
Mitsu still makes the super-size conventional (lamp-and-wheel) sets. Their largest is a mind-boggling 82" which, if I'm honest, is probably a tad bigger than I would need.
Nonsense. Need and want aren't the same thing. I thought my 56'' was GIGANTIC! when I first bought it home, but after a few months I got used to it and wished for something larger. I would never be able to live with anything under 50'' again. 82'' is ridiculous, but I could manage to accept it... Only 2.25' bigger diagonally than my current 55''.
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New f&f commercial just aired. April 29th is the date
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Originally Posted by shuiend View Post
New f&f commercial just aired. April 29th is the date
Oh boy! I saw it and shook my head.
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My brother has a LG 60" DLP. It's freaking huge.
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I want a 152'' Panasonic plasma. Not exactly a consumer TV, as it has no real inputs, you have to use a separate device.
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