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Old 12-18-2008, 02:42 PM   #281
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Did you guys really ban him again?
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Old 12-18-2008, 02:53 PM   #282
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Did you guys really ban him again?
No, he changed his username it seems.
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Old 12-18-2008, 02:56 PM   #283
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No, he changed his username it seems.

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to what, Hyper Pan
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Old 12-18-2008, 03:10 PM   #285
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Good lord those pictures are quite possibly the most distrubing thing i have seen in a long time. I mean seriously. You were already getting flamed and then you put those up. What did you think that we would think "oh he is just a child (molester) at heart and it's ok if he doesn't know what the **** he is talking about with the coolant reroute"?
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Old 12-18-2008, 03:34 PM   #286
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But you must understand, HE DESIGNED THE PIANO NECKTIE!!!
YOU PEOPLE ARE NOTHING! NOTHING!!!

This thread just took another turn for the worst. Peter Pan
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Old 12-18-2008, 03:40 PM   #287
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Old 12-18-2008, 03:57 PM   #288
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If you're talking about GaugePods.com, this is how they work. A MiataForum member (can't remember who..) was the person that got the 90-97 one built - by sending in his a-pillar and buying all 20 of them, I think. He ended up selling the rest himself.

That is how they have so many different pods.

Ya gotta break a few eggs... so stop complaining.
You are correct. If you get 20 people Lo-tek will give you a better price. I think like 20 bucks a piece.
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If you don't like how the autometer gauge pod looks i have complete a-pillars w/integrated gauge pod available.
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I have the original design installed in my car. Is different from the ones sold by Moss and Lo-Tex Engineering. It doesn't have the upper mounting hole like everyone else.
Please e-mail me for instructions on how to install this product.
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I am glad that someones brings this topic. A vendor on this site just copied my idea...
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does that gauge pod fit the 99+ cars also?
If you trust me enough, send me your a-pillar and I will check for you. If it fits, I will give you a free unit.

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A-pillar is not the best place to add gauges to a car plus it lets thieves know right away your car is boosted and/or modified...It gets really scary when you are driving down the road and you see a truck coming on your left. Who ever's idea of an A-pillar gauge pod in a Miata was wrong including myself for buying one for my previous car. I just can't imagine a dual or tripple gauge pod in one of our cars.
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Old 12-18-2008, 04:47 PM   #289
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As his email to me a few minutes ago reads:

"I am not going to post anymore there. Let the thread reach a paradox until it shifts to my side. There is a strong influence by the vendors and vendors' representatives starting by Savington to keep me away from forum. My coolant reroute concept is a very important topic. As long as you and everybody else is focused on the present reroute systems those made by vendors via intake side with a bunch of points of failures, the rerouting topic is not problem. But as you can see, I came in and gave true cold facts with simple stupid pictures as to how simple the reroute could be done. So just because of that the topic pretty much keeps flaming."

Yes. Its a vendor conspiracy now.
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Old 12-18-2008, 04:56 PM   #291
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I am not going to post anymore there.
good.

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Let the thread reach a paradox until it shifts to my side.
that's as liekly as Bush being elected for a third term.

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There is a strong influence by the vendors and vendors' representatives starting by Savington to keep me away from forum.
conspiracy theory...i like it.


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My coolant reroute concept is a very important topic.
yes, to make sure no other member attemp such a "reroute"

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As long as you and everybody else is focused on the present reroute systems those made by vendors via intake side with a bunch of points of failures, the rerouting topic is not problem.
the reroute topic was never a "problem"

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I came in and gave true cold facts with simple stupid pictures as to how simple the reroute could be done. So just because of that the topic pretty much keeps flaming.
simply retarded.
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Old 12-18-2008, 04:58 PM   #292
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It's like he is driving down the road and everyone else is going the wrong way... Except he's the one heading south in the north bound lanes. I can literally imagine him getting pissed off by such a situation... and blaming the gas companies for it.
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Old 12-18-2008, 05:18 PM   #293
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What you mean like this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7v0e...eature=related





Dell = HYPER PAN

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Old 12-18-2008, 06:08 PM   #294
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I like how this dude thinks we're missing out on something without the grace of his presence.
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Old 12-18-2008, 06:59 PM   #295
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No, he changed his username it seems.
Shouldn't he simply change it (back) to Pandatruenos?
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Old 12-18-2008, 08:30 PM   #296
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As long as you and everybody else is focused on the present reroute systems those made by vendors via intake side with a bunch of points of failures, the rerouting topic is not problem.
Attention everyone, raise your hand if your non-hyper reroute has ever failed you.
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Just because you are paranoid doesn't mean that everyone is not out to get you.
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Thank you cueball1

In about a day or two; I suspect a bunch of people here are also going to call you stupid, imbecile and retarded. I really feel bad for you just FYI.


Say What!?!

I sure hope the kind and generous people that participate in this wonderful forum of ideas, support and mutual respect don't go calling me stupid, imbecile or retarded. That would be rude, inconsiderate and out of character!



Again in support of Peter Pan, maybe laying off the 2nd language crap would be appropriate. Guy came in with some ideas, got flamed (since they sucked) and didn't take it well. Bashing his language skills might be a smidge over the top. At least the guy was trying. He was on the fail boat going over Niagra Falls but he was trying.

I'd really prefer he stayed around vs. running him off. Who knows what he'd come up with next! Who doesn't appreciate a good train wreck now and then.
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Brain, do you have stairs in your house?
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Everybody here chill cause Hyper is about to send you all on a supersonic Hyper-speed trip out of this planet. Here is an updated bio and pictures of me:

So first of all I should say that I live in Tampa Bay, Florida. My name is Eli and I'm 53 (though I like to ignore the second digit) and am making considerable effort and hopefully having some success at staying young... maybe even childlike. But "why Peter Pan" you ask? Although Peter pan is definitely a boy, to me this character is perfectly androgynous, and in his eternal childhood rejects the idea of growing up and leaving this behind.

Of course life is not a game, and I do strive to continually grow in emotional, spiritual, and mental maturity. But there is and always was this lighter side to me. Childlike, "pixyish", and unencumbered by notions of what is and is not permissible for boys. Am I too old for such notions? Certainly not! Sure there have been times when it was a difficult and lonely road to be so openly unique, and I confess I am often mystified why something so harmless bothers some people so. But the human spirit is hard to suppress, and I have made my choice to be true to myself and live my dreams in this life. So in the end, the many friends I do make are for real, and each is worth more than 100 phonies. For what it's worth, looking in retrospect, the road less traveled certainly has been (and continues to be) the better choice!

I've many hobbies and interests including Music (guitarist), electronics, sewing, Computer programming, and I generally like anything creative. In fact, I've just released my first music CD! I also like science fiction/fantasy as well as comedy, fantasy, action-adventure films, and even well done "tear jerker" movies. I'm not super active, but I do like long walks in the woods or on the beach, and bicycling. I also absolutely LOVE to dance, though I must confess my dancing is indeed very silly! I tried to take ballet for a while, and though that is a discipline where any age beyond 30 hurts, it still is a lot of fun. And, as you might have guessed, I DO love the outfits. In fact I do quite a bit of sewing and enjoy making and modifying clothes and costumes. These range from things that I can wear all the time, to fun things more suited for parties, special occasions, or "club-wear", and many would be very suitable for a ballet performance!

I'm also a very spiritually active person, and have created an organization called Through the Cracks. It's purpose is to demonstrate how loving God really is, and help people who wish to truly verify His existence for themselves. I guarantee that if you seek the God of love, but can't stand religion, you will be blessed by our group.

onto the pictures:







. Was this written by Joe Perez? Holy crap I hope I never **** off the guy that did this!
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