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Title: 17-JAN-08 New Central Committee
Post by: M. O. on January 17, 2008, 06:44:40 pm
We've restructured the Central Committee a little. Idle CC members have been removed, but we've also added Symantic to the CC.

The new CC:
Mullah Omar
ZOldDude
TheHeckler!
[TKC]Wesker
Crossmol
Oynky
[TKC]Anothercheater
[TKC]Symantic

(Join time order)
Title: Re: 17-JAN-08 New Central Committee
Post by: [TKC]Symantic on January 17, 2008, 09:43:32 pm
Thanks everyone.
Title: Re: 17-JAN-08 New Central Committee
Post by: ZOldDude on January 18, 2008, 03:00:31 am
Thanks everyone.
NP buddy...now you owe me a transmission rebuild! :icon_laugh
Title: Re: 17-JAN-08 New Central Committee
Post by: [TKC]Symantic on January 18, 2008, 03:33:41 am
Thanks everyone.
NP buddy...now you owe me a transmission rebuild! :icon_laugh
as long as its manual, i would be more than happy anytime.
Title: Re: 17-JAN-08 New Central Committee
Post by: ZOldDude on January 18, 2008, 04:56:31 am
Thanks everyone.
NP buddy...now you owe me a transmission rebuild! :icon_laugh
as long as its manual, i would be more than happy anytime.
Automatics are easyer...basicly you just drop the new parts onto the shaft.
Title: Re: 17-JAN-08 New Central Committee
Post by: [TKC]Symantic on January 18, 2008, 05:07:59 am
manual tranmissions are easy, manuals you just put onto the shaft.
picture of manual trans here
http://www.motorera.com/dictionary/pics/M/manual_transmission.jpg

automatic have clutch levers and hydraulics all over in the system, manuals dont.
here is a picture of an automatic here
http://content.answers.com/main/content/img/McGrawHill/Encyclopedia/images/CE064700FG0010.gif

manuals you decide what rpm to shift at, automatics use the computer and different methods of determining when to shift. when you shift a manual, your just moving a fork which engages one gear and disengages another one.