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Old 10-27-2007, 01:07 AM   #61
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PMRobert it has nothing to do with you. Coolingmist has been here before and stirred **** up. Just preempting this time.
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Ben, yes, the thread from msextra.com is what led me here. I apparently entered at a bad time (bannination of users, etc.) and hope I didn't inadvertently prompt that. I'm still willing to work with the vendors of the HSV, etc., so as to facilitate adding MS support for their device. Would the admins like me to keep this thread advised as to progress? I'd be happy to do that.

-Mike (longtime Mazda enthusiast, current RX-7 & 8 owner and in need of good WI control for 12A turbo project under development)
Id definitely like you to post progress on the thread but I also started the MSExtra thread so can follow there

I appreciate that someone with more knowledge than me is able to help/progress
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PMRobert it has nothing to do with you. Coolingmist has been here before and stirred **** up. Just preempting this time.
OK, cool. As the ranking FNG here I just wanted to make sure! I'll post technical progress reports in this thread as things go. Thx, -Mike
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PMrobert don't leave we need your info comeon learn us the deep dark secrets of DIY autotune
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PMRobert it has nothing to do with you. Coolingmist has been here before and stirred **** up. Just preempting this time.
Here is what I would like to do. Please find ANY thread on THIS forum where Coolingmist "stirred **** up". You will not find it. I have never been on this forum, infact I never heard of this forum until a few months ago. Never once did I start any problems here. Not my style.

Please dont post FALSE information about my company and I will gladly stay off your forum. Its obvious that you dont want any competition here and frankly I am ok with that.

You dont want my company here, I will stay off, just dont make stuff about about us.
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Old 10-27-2007, 12:01 PM   #66
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I think this is the second, now third ban you have had from this forum

But been here before was referencing to being an ******* without a clue. Not necessarily this location/time before.
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srsly? AGAIN?
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I think I would have alot more respect for you if you can atleast admit that.

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Come on man. If you're going to "sneak" back on the board, at least not be confrontational.

The first time a coolingmist employee registered on this board, he was combative and disruptive. Similar to how you are starting to act now.
That is why you were on a short leash; you are paying for the sins of your forfather.

I'm glad you guys have a HSV. I'm glad that Mike found this thread. It looks like a real, working solution is a definate possibility. I like the fact that we're only an hour away, and I'd prefer to support local business instead of sending money to England. But if your company is represented by a d-bag, then I do not want to partner with you.

Now, a lot of people on this board have Devil's Own branded WI components. So be it. As you've said, they're not your competitor anyway. Which, in a way is correct, as DO does not currently market a HSV.
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I think I would have alot more respect for you if you can atleast admit that.
I would have a lot more respect if you could act like a ******* professional.
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I would have a lot more respect if you could act like a ******* professional.
At least his business is paying for our site Thanks CM,

Has anyone talked to DO about a HSV?
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Alright so I found a source for valves. Im waiting to get pricing on them.

Basically 12 volt DV, normally closed SS 304/306 valve. Anyone have specs they want me to discuss with the co. when they get in touch with me.
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Alright so I found a source for valves. Im waiting to get pricing on them.

Basically 12 volt DV, normally closed SS 304/306 valve. Anyone have specs they want me to discuss with the co. when they get in touch with me.
Nice Job
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The problem will be in the qty we might need to order.
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Old 10-28-2007, 10:29 PM   #75
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min / max duty cycles
life (in cycles)
compatible fluids
voltage reqs
current draw
etc etc

I dont need one I was just thinkin of things to look for.
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One thing I do need, is I need to know the pressure of the water, and flow we want.
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pressure depends on what pump you run... probably can find that on the DO site.

I would think you'd want capacity for a few hundred cc/min at least. Maybe double what the most water volume someone will run?
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The Shurflow 1000 series pumps will all do 150 psi open I believe. The pressure is alot higher going through that tiny nozzle.
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yes 80-150 psi of line pressure is a good range. And the flow should be somewhere around 7-8 gph at peak then we wouldn't out pace it very quickly but if they have one that is viable from 2 gph up to 20 with good resolution that would be cool to.
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Alright so I found a source for valves. Im waiting to get pricing on them.

Basically 12 volt DV, normally closed SS 304/306 valve. Anyone have specs they want me to discuss with the co. when they get in touch with me.
good job Loki047
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