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Old 10-17-2009, 08:20 AM   #1  
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There are too many non tech treads being posted in the tech section. The tech section is for just that, technical discussion and problems. IE, electrical, mechanical, drivability and performance issues, things of that nature. Not, what kind of spark plug wires should I buy or should I trade my mustang for something else? Also, no "What do you think of this mustang on ebay, craigs list, ect ect...NO EXCEPTIONS!! Furthermore, such things as How much HP does my ride/build make, what's the best h/c/i for my ride are not for the tech section, and THIS LAST ONE IS A GOOD ONE....NO "HOW much hp can my stock block handle"!Reading this would also be a big help!!!


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