View Full Version : Before posting tech questions.

Jus Skott
03-12-2012, 07:37 PM
Don't ass/u/me that everyone here knows what motor you have.

Be a little informative about YOUR dilemma.

What chassis you are running.
What motor you have.
What bolt on's do you currently have / plan on putting on.
What machine work has been done / or if it's stock.
what tune, mass air, injector size, turbo spec and etc your currently are running.
What your issue is.

This can allow others to put a direct finger on what the problem, instead of giving you guesses what what the issue is. Most importantly, use the search engine here or google first. Chances are better than average that it has been covered before.

~jus skott.
Just because the trend is to be lazy and ask before searching, doesn't mean that you need to be part of that trend. /rant.

03-13-2012, 05:33 AM
People asking stupid/incomplete questions will not bother reading that, so you basically wasted your time. That is how BBSes work, get used to it and just ignore the threads you are blaming.

Jus Skott
03-13-2012, 11:58 PM
So much for trying to get derps to think before they post.

lol, the world is doomed.

03-15-2012, 04:55 PM
The problem with this thread is that it's straightforward.

Change the title to "how to gain 57hp on NA engine with $30 mod". They'll come in droves. Change the original post's text to some semi-large neon-colored font to really grab their attention.