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Old 01-02-2008, 11:43 PM   #1
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G-Tech RR Comp meter, the full feature version, updated with most recent firmware. Barely used, still in original box, includes all cables, manual, etc. It does the drag, road race...it's the full feature version. I will take a photo and upload it later. $100 plus shipping. Seriously, this thing is in almost new condition.
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im interested
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****. me too. dibs if Urban doesn't buy it.
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Sweet. So this means that Urban will buy it, change his mind, and have it for sale in 2 weeks for $75
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Sweet. So this means that Urban will buy it, change his mind, and have it for sale in 2 weeks for $75
He's like our own personal discount warehouse...
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Back off you *****. I PM'd the dude way before all of you. It is sold pending I get his paypal account.

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He's like our own personal discount warehouse...
you make it sound like its a bad thing
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Back off you *****. I PM'd the dude way before all of you. It is sold pending I get his paypal account.

You don't want to let Urban have it for a few weeks and save a few bucks?
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You don't want to let Urban have it for a few weeks and save a few bucks?
Haha, tempting, but no.
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i actually have use for that thing and i dont think i would resell it later. i would keep that bitch
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Wow, **** calling and everything. If you want the most accurate hp/tq reading, you must have an accurate weight of the car as it sits. I mostly used it for DIY tuning with the Hydra. Make a run, store it, tweak the Hydra, make a run on the same spot, etc etc. It was useful for giving me numerical feedback on the changes in the tune, but I didn't give credibility to the actual figures. It's accurate if you have an accurate weight, which I didn't.
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Sold, thanks.
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