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  1. LibertyNJustice
    how often do Civil engineers work outside? I heard they work outside more often than other engineers, which makes sense because they have to check on the construction. Do usually the more senior positions do the surveying, or the more junior positions?
  2. eagleseven
    10-02-2015 09:14 PM
    eagleseven commented on Blenders!
    Now that's customer service!
  3. Zsych
    09-30-2015 07:06 AM
    Afghanistan as a country has also suffered a lot over the last several decades, so the quality of everything is probably in the shitter.
  4. asnivy
    09-29-2015 10:25 AM
    Thank you!
  5. TzarAlexander
    My car isn't equipped with variable valve technology. I am leaning more towards manipulation of EGR & fuel input, vastly decreasing horsepower below rated to the benefit of emissions.

    What's neat to me is that the ECM was able to recognize that an EPA dyno test was being performed based on steering input and throttle.

    What's more is that Bosch designed the emissions and fuel components. Based on my experience working at an automotive supplier, the supplier is always involved in vehicle level testing when it comes to integrating major components into a platform. Bosch may get dragged into this yet.
  6. The Dan Keizer
    09-04-2015 04:55 PM
    The Dan Keizer
    I'm actually trying to phase out drinking right now but if that happens then I will make an exception.
  7. The Dan Keizer
    09-04-2015 03:08 PM
    The Dan Keizer commented on Tell me about yourself.
    Nice work.
  8. deconspire
    09-04-2015 02:07 PM
    Did you play with the rally model? What a fun beater of a car.
  9. Sarea
  10. Sarea
    08-28-2015 08:01 AM
    It must be the same type I use for my armpits, I think, but you cut it to shape. I think I might do that for the unibrow then. I seldom have enough patience plucking hairs out nowadays.
  11. Sarea
    08-28-2015 07:54 AM
    That means yours are more hairy than mine. But how do you ensure the wax applied are balanced at both sides?
  12. Sarea
    08-28-2015 07:29 AM
    Sarea commented on Touch of Grey
    I pluck the hair in between the brows though. no need to wax
  13. Sarea
  14. razgrim
    08-23-2015 06:44 AM
    I don't even think they realize it. Maybe they're just cultured by their surroundings to feel that way, and don't always know why =/
  15. GrnEyz
    08-21-2015 01:43 PM
    Thx bro... it was a cool car and ran like a scolded dog...!
  16. Doc Savage
    08-19-2015 06:51 PM
    Doc Savage
    My wife's ragdoll is identical in his markings, just a bit lighter in color...and he is a big beast...thinks I was made to be his mattress

    five cats in all....and no space on the bed...*sigh*
  17. Ktheprogbulldog
  18. Distance
    08-14-2015 04:43 PM
    Makes sense. Thanks for answering all my questions.
  19. Distance
    08-14-2015 01:26 PM
    Oh yeah, quality poly bushings are great!

    Any wheel hop?
  20. Distance
    08-14-2015 01:19 PM
    How about centre of gravity? The lower, the more the car hugs the road, providing more control to the driver.

    Am I being annoying by asking questions? As an FYI, I'm honestly curious about domestic modding.

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