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Old 05-20-2018, 12:05 PM   #44451
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If I'm looking at my phone and laugh, my fiance looks at me and says "Car forum things again?".

PS, she likes the cat gifs in the gif thread.
My wife just says she knows I am on because I get a "goofy grin". She is not as impressed when I wake her up with laughing so hard at 2am. She was not happy with Ultra for about a year back in the heyday of the late night laughfests.
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Old 05-20-2018, 12:14 PM   #44452
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No pulleys! ......

I thought that pulley thing was the objective of the whole exercise.

Where did I fall off of the turnip truck .......??




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There are two likely scenarios here, and I will for the last time address then both. You may pick whichever one works for you, but please let the community know so I can address you properly.

1. You are incapable of understanding that what you just described is exactly what I offered to do 4 or 5 times. My preliminary calculator is posted a few pages back. I didn't include pulleys because I didn't feel like looking up all the weights and diameters. If you want the calculations done, you would have had to put in some effort on your own end. If this is the case, you really aren't as smart as you think you are.

2. You are here to troll. Again. If this is the case, you F'ed up big time.


Either way, bringing the one topic up that you know @ichitaka05 has asked not be brought up in one of the few threads he actually participates in is not a good idea, especially when you have your own thread that you abandoned. Hopefully this will be the last we hear from you.
I saw your file before and I thought to help you. I didn't bring the discussion here. You did and @humfrz, but it looks you are a very rude person with no manners and you don't deserve any help. Too bad I replied.
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Old 05-20-2018, 01:14 PM   #44453
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They are debating the benefits of light weight walnuts. Light ones are easier to carry but the heavier ones stay buried better.
Yeah, those heavier ones just sink like a rock into the turned ground. But both squirrels would be wrong though, since lightweight acorns are clearly the best nut stash mod one can get. I skimmed through an article that says they vibrate at a frequency that let's you get more nuts in the hole.
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Old 05-20-2018, 01:21 PM   #44454
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Yeah, those heavier ones just sink like a rock into the turned ground. But both squirrels would be wrong though, since lightweight acorns are clearly the best nut stash mod one can get. I skimmed through an article that says they vibrate at a frequency that let's you get more nuts in the hole.
True but they should not be used unless inspected and approved by a certified nut inspector.
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True but they should not be used unless inspected and approved by a certified nut inspector.
Ah, your right. You can only trust certified inspectors. All other manner of experts have it out for you, and want to steal your good nuts and leave you with bad nuts. And I'm clearly a nut expert, so ashamed. At least I know more about storing nuts for the winter than the goddamned squirrels!
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I saw your file before and I thought to help you. I didn't bring the discussion here. You did and @humfrz, but it looks you are a very rude person with no manners and you don't deserve any help. Too bad I replied.
Now, hold up fer just a gall darn minute .......

Let's review to see who brought this debate over to this thread.



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"If you build it just make sure you use a light weight pulley, narrow tires and do a ghost cam tune or it just won't be cool."


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"In other news, I'm almost done with the inertia calculator. Just trying to wrap my head around what happens if the before/after includes ratio swaps. I should have something for Ultra to drool over later tonight."

So, did ol humfrz really fall off the turnip truck ...... and if so, where ..??

I may be old ....... but, I'm not ...... not ...... did I take my meds this morning ...... be right back .......
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Now, hold up fer just a gall darn minute .......

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"If you build it just make sure you use a light weight pulley, narrow tires and do a ghost cam tune or it just won't be cool."


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"In other news, I'm almost done with the inertia calculator. Just trying to wrap my head around what happens if the before/after includes ratio swaps. I should have something for Ultra to drool over later tonight."

So, did ol humfrz really fall off the turnip truck ...... and if so, where ..??

I may be old ....... but, I'm not ...... not ...... did I take my meds this morning ...... be right back .......
My statement has nothing to do with the debate. It is just the shopping list of current best mods.
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Old 05-20-2018, 03:35 PM   #44458
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Now, hold up fer just a gall darn minute .......

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"If you build it just make sure you use a light weight pulley, narrow tires and do a ghost cam tune or it just won't be cool."


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"In other news, I'm almost done with the inertia calculator. Just trying to wrap my head around what happens if the before/after includes ratio swaps. I should have something for Ultra to drool over later tonight."

So, did ol humfrz really fall off the turnip truck ...... and if so, where ..??

I may be old ....... but, I'm not ...... not ...... did I take my meds this morning ...... be right back .......
The inertia (and now gearing) calculator has nothing to do with pullies. A review of the last few pages would show that I specifically left pullies out because I didn't feel it was important enough to go collect the necessary information to input stock measurements. Meaning I'm considering them part of the engine, not a separate component.

Enough about pullies.



What's y'all favorite nut? Other than Humfrz of course .

Mines Walnut.
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OK, OK, ....... my bad ........


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The inertia (and now gearing) calculator has nothing to do with pullies. A review of the last few pages would show that I specifically left pullies out because I didn't feel it was important enough to go collect the necessary information to input stock measurements. Meaning I'm considering them part of the engine, not a separate component.

Enough about pullies.



What's y'all favorite nut? Other than Humfrz of course .

Mines Walnut.
Pistachio.
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Too much beer and poker last night. I came in 3rd in the hold'em tournament, so not too bad.
Depends on how many people were playing ......


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Wife and I did the "S-ho loop" today in the tiny car. 17- Bear Creek, back down 9. Beautiful nice cool day.
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Wife and I did the "S-ho loop" today in the tiny car. 17- Bear Creek, back down 9. Beautiful nice cool day.
Still need to try this.

But I think fun drives are on hold till I get this issue resolved .

Going to try and luck out going to Mann Engineering on the way to work right when they open tomorrow to see if they'd mind giving my car a quick look on the lift.
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