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What are you talking about? (archive)

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Posted by Jim Conforti on April 30, 2000 at 13:10:40:

In Reply to: A little logic posted by steve m on April 29, 2000 at 12:01:48:

: Now, Jim conforti is criticising other "innovators" who had effectively done the same type of thinking and testing that he would have done himself.

Umm.. I am??

Which "innovators" would these be?

The ones who take my ideas and they
convince guys like you that they actually
are the "experts" now?

You really are getting to be laughable.

Or would these innovators be the ones
who keep talking about "adaption"

The "breakthroughs" you keep talking about
are ILLEGAL Steve..

Or don't you get that part.

It's always easier to make power ILlegally
than it is to make it LEGALLY.

Turn off adaption.. One byte in either OBD-I
and OBD-II..

Great.. except you've just turned your
$40,000+ car into a pile of junk waiting
for the crusher.

That's what the EPA will want to do with it.

Good move!

: There are other fish in the sea, and not everyone has to recognize your ideas as supreme. Just as people have travelled faster than sound and discovered that the world was not in fact flat, we should realize that when you settle for the status quo, you will never surpass it.

: Jim,

: what would you say if I could produce dyno results of this new OBDII "breakthrough" Are you that confident in your jargon filled essays and manuals that you can deny something of this level in a sophisticated and logical manner?

: respectfully

: steve m

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