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Old 03-23-2006, 10:37 AM
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what..the two Ohio guys with no preferances..WTF..
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what..the two Ohio guys with no preferances..WTF..
well.....I already have the "best" set-up !...
& Scott doesnt have a clue........
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sTTs
Keeps engine controls together.
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Old 03-23-2006, 11:28 AM
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So does ssTT .....
I look at it like
sTTs = port-PORT-STAR-star = together

ssTT = port-star-PORT-STAR = Chit in the way
Namely the port throttle.

Dont make me explain the easy stuff

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Old 03-23-2006, 11:29 AM
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well.....I already have the "best" set-up !...
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You mean I have Shiffters? I thought they were called the "Gears" (that's what Mary calls them!)




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SS-TT is the way to go. Having the shifters close to the throttles can be a pain when docking in windy conditions by yourself.. like the picture below
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IF you have to keep them together, then s-tt-s is the best way to go
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IF you have to keep them together, then s-tt-s is the best way to go
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