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Old 12-08-2010, 03:23 PM
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I think his definition of complete is lacking a major component or 2....

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Ya think!! LOL
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Better be a big box of hardware somewhere
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LOL! Reminds me of work in a previous life in a circuit board manufacturing plant. It wasn't horribly unusual to be short a component or two while building out a run of boards. This was early in the "just in time" manufacturing process, which we tended to call "just missed it" and while we tried not too, we would occasionally build out the board and add the part by hand when it came in.

Well, we were getting a big push to do a run of a particular board, but we kept pushing back because we were short a part. Someone in a meeting blew up and said to build them without the part and add it by hand later. We had to explain that as much as we would like to do so, it just wasn't going to happen, since the part we were missing was the bare board.
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That crank looks pretty rusty, and you have to love when people toss aluminum pistons in a box, unwrapped... that always works out great...

I hope he has another box of ish if he plans on getting $750...
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Will that get me 600hp Artie? LOL
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Yeah dude, just pick up one of these ultra high performance composite blocks and she will make 600HP on 87 octane all day long. We will have to check the cylinder heads though, just to make sure they are the Hi Perf. peanut port heads.

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