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The Water Cooler
I'd prefer a combination of the two systems, really. But hey, it's a really nice car and it has the oomph when it needs it.
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Jump to new posts Re: Once again..7-8 passenger vehicle recommendations? by a401classic @ 09/27/14 06:01 AM

Originally Posted By: Ken.CWell, this Ecoboost is the one intended to replace a V8, so the mileage is better than that would have, but it's still a 350HP engine with 350lb/ft of torque. So we get about 11/20. There is no V8 offered in the Flex. I
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Jump to new posts Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure by CV @ 09/27/14 04:45 AM

Remind me what brands of home theater seating you've liked the most. Or normal theater seating if it's available for purchase by ordinary consumers. I'm going to check out one store this weekend, but I'm afraid they'll be asking more than I'll want t
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Jump to new posts Re: Stupid Room Tricks by bridgman @ 09/26/14 06:39 PM

Ahh, when you said "with its back to the open space" I was thinking "my back" not "the back of the speakers". Nope, haven't tried that but will think about it, thanks !! First problem would be finding a way to get into
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Jump to new posts Re: Stupid Room Tricks by brwsaw @ 09/26/14 02:52 PM

If the last picture is the most current it would be the opposite of my last post. The front wall (currently behind the speakers) would become the back wall, behind your seat. I can't say it would be worth the effort but I can confirm the idea has wor
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Jump to new posts Re: The Official Shoutbox Thread by Serenity_Now @ 09/26/14 02:41 PM

Originally Posted By: BobKay Have you seen the TV ad where the beautiful young woman exits her car in stopped traffic to run over the tops of the vehicles ahead of her to get to the Magnum delivery truck? I think she thought it was carrying condoms.
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Jump to new posts Re: The Official Shoutbox Thread by Murph @ 09/26/14 12:48 PM

Nutty Dipped for her/his pleasure. Notice how I even was politically correct with that crude remark. It's true, you CAN be crude and politically correct at the same time. Who knew?
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It weighs like 4500 lbs, so it turns out it has around the same power/weight ratio as our old Volvo 850 Turbo wagon. A much less pronounced turbo note than that one, though.
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Jump to new posts Re: The Official Shoutbox Thread by BobKay @ 09/26/14 10:56 AM

Originally Posted By: MarkSJohnsonBTW, you knew that I meant that they were concerned about their girlish figures, right? Mark, wouldn't any one of those actuslly kill you? Have you seen the TV ad where the beautiful young woman exits her car in
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Jump to new posts Re: The Official Shoutbox Thread by BobKay @ 09/26/14 10:50 AM

Originally Posted By: MurphThe game I like to play at the supermarket is is with those people that insist in putting the spacer bar between thier stuff and my stuff, no matter how much distance I leave between us. I'm always amazed at how paranoid s
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Originally Posted By: CatBratI remember, as a teenager, I had long hair, and when I walked down the side of a rode shirtless, all the guys would turn around and gawk as they drove by, only to see the look on their faces as they realized I wasn't a wo
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Jump to new posts Re: Once again..7-8 passenger vehicle recommendations? by real80sman @ 09/26/14 08:59 AM

350HP?!?! Holy crap! I'm envious, but I couldn't afford to keep tires on the thing......
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Jump to new posts Re: Once again..7-8 passenger vehicle recommendations? by 1sweetspot @ 09/26/14 01:27 AM

Good choice! Great color. In hindsight I wish I had gone with the ecoboost but the base 3.5L Ti-VCT V6 has enough power for day to day. Yours must have some serious snap.
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That's a great choice Ken!
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Jump to new posts Re: Stupid Room Tricks by bridgman @ 09/25/14 06:46 PM

The original setup had the speakers against what is now the right wall. That didn't work for a couple of reasons -- evil first reflection off the back part of the cathedral ceiling, and really weird bass response (see page 1 for details). The curre
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Jump to new posts Re: CatBrat by brwsaw @ 09/25/14 05:56 PM

I want one
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Jump to new posts Re: Stupid Room Tricks by brwsaw @ 09/25/14 05:51 PM

Have you turned the set up with its back to the open space? I gave advice to spin a room 180 degrees once, and after a few days followed my own advice to see what it would do in my own room. It made a nice difference, note worthy for sure. I'd add wh
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Jump to new posts Re: CatBrat by CatBrat @ 09/25/14 05:21 PM

Nurse! We're losing him! Quick! The box of kittens!
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Jump to new posts Re: Stupid Room Tricks by bridgman @ 09/25/14 05:02 PM

Originally Posted By: Serenity_NowThanks for the feedback on the soundstage depth question. It seems you are taking more of a studio/HT approach to your treatment situation. Be careful with thinking purely LE/DE. Seems like you are being pretty ex
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Jump to new posts Re: Stupid Room Tricks by Serenity_Now @ 09/25/14 02:50 PM

Thanks for the feedback on the soundstage depth question. It seems you are taking more of a studio/HT approach to your treatment situation. Be careful with thinking purely LE/DE. Seems like you are being pretty experimental and staging your proces
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I reaaaaaally wish I'd tried that now.
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I remember, as a teenager, I had long hair, and when I walked down the side of a rode shirtless, all the guys would turn around and gawk as they drove by, only to see the look on their faces as they realized I wasn't a woman.
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Originally Posted By: BobKayNo DMV will allow you to register THAT vehicle if you have long hair. It would just freak out too many other drivers. Up here it's still OK as long as you're wearing a Grateful Dead t-shirt.
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Jump to new posts Re: Once again..7-8 passenger vehicle recommendations? by MarkSJohnson @ 09/25/14 11:38 AM

But were you expecting the fisting? Jeeez, I just have to stop posting today......
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I knew as I changed pages someone had a NOOOOO! waiting.
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