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Re: Forum requests, critisisms and praises

Postby Mohitvermaji51 » Thu Dec 03, 2020 7:42 pm

Criticism is more often followed by improved performance; and praise is often followed by performance that's not as good. Hence, you think, praise might be nice and you need to do some of it, but when it comes to improving people's performance, criticism is the best tool for the job.
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Re: Forum requests, critisisms and praises

Postby kumatravi » Mon Oct 04, 2021 8:20 pm

excellent solves that problem
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Re: Forum requests, critisisms and praises

Postby outbackbrett » Thu Oct 28, 2021 9:52 am

Request: would be awesome if there was information page that covered different models of car and what upgrades can be done as well as spec information for old farts like me that is only just learning to use the internet which could be a private members section in one pays a membership too i would be happy to pay for that.
Criticisms : for this site none, but for the idiot who designed my mu 3.1 why the hell would you put an oil filter in a place like that lol.
Praises : thank you to everyone who has posted on this site who has shared such informative information.
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Re: Forum requests, critisisms and praises

Postby geeves » Thu Oct 28, 2021 1:37 pm

Interesting thought. The forum is broken up into mods faults etc but not on a per car type as such. Many mods are the same on all isuzus. The oil filter isnt too bad once you get used to it. Nothing like as easy as my Subaru though
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