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Old 09-21-2011, 01:39 AM   #71 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Floordford View Post
See, it doesn't feel good when someone points the jokes at you does it. Im just keeping you in check. You keep tearing into people for no reason. Thats what the wrong side of the bed poster was for. Good grief, the guy just posted a "my first thought was.." and you got snappy with him. Notice how Im taking the high road and just saying to back it down a notch instead of taking your road and lashing out.

Well, gee, let's post has abosolutely no value to the discussion..... your point, again is what????

And weather you like my comment or not, it is extrmely relavent to the idea that, gee, maybe those high price engineers know what they are doing??

Where as your comment is intended to be personal. period.

And back to the point.
THe 'air curtain' stays as the curtain mainly BRCAUSE it is coming thru the 10 inch slot on the edge of the body work. Not because it flows around the body.

Also, the fact that you miss when discussing nacar.....they don't want ANY air going under or thru the body. you cant issolate one point and say "gee that's what we'll do". a street car has to allow for air under and thru the body. Given that, how can THAT air flow be used effectively.

(And frankly, 'feeling good' or 'feeling bad' isn't how I measure the process.)

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