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Old 02-10-2005, 11:14 AM
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can you post picks of your machine shop and dyno room ??
that seems to be a real big question here. maybe that can shed some light on your extreme capabilities. thanks.

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since you little whiners want a pissin contest why don't you show precisions balance equipment or crank machine what about a cylinder boring machine or align bore?? tmp doesn't
advertise being a machine shop. I would rather have my engine parts machined by a professional machine shop that
does nothing else than by a shop that only machines what they need to build a motor. a good engine builder double checks machine work before assembling the first part anyway. like it's been said many times before, nobody has a problem with precision marine, but there little cheerleaders & fan club need to get a life. ya'll sound like a bunch of little douche bags. Eric it seems like the more you cheer lead precision the fewer motors they have to work on, maybe you better stop before they go out of business. mark was doing fine running his business before you came to rescue him.
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Old 02-10-2005, 11:22 AM
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Hey Porkchop I thought you just came here looking for information. (judging from your previous post) Then you go after TMP and start pointing out small differences in stories. And now your back going after them again. If you have a problem with them Get Some Stones and lay out what your problem is. No I dont work for TMP nor have I bought anything from them, but your nitpic BS in annoying
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Old 02-10-2005, 11:25 AM
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can you post picks of your machine shop and dyno room ?? that seems to be a real big question here.
It is??
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Old 02-10-2005, 11:35 AM
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can you post picks of your machine shop and dyno room ??
that seems to be a real big question here. maybe that can shed some light on your extreme capabilities. thanks.

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i don't think they ever said they had a dyno or machine shop... and it only seems to be an issue for you and eric and it's getting kinda old.... if you don't want TMP motors, don't buy them, if you want precision motors, go buy them...
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by the way, those blue 650's look sweet....
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Old 02-10-2005, 11:39 AM
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Old 02-10-2005, 11:42 AM
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WITH A NAME LIKE PORKCHOP RACING, I'D SAY HE WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO AFFORD ANYTHING FROM TMP ANYWAY. AND WITH ONLY 17 POST HE NEEDS TO SIT BACK AND LISTEN FOR A WHILE BEFORE COMMENTS LIKE THAT. REMEMBER PORKCHOP THIS SITE IS FOR THE FUN OF BOATING.
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Old 02-10-2005, 11:45 AM
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i don't think they ever said they had a dyno or machine shop... and it only seems to be an issue for you and eric and it's getting kinda old.... if you don't want TMP motors, don't buy them, if you want precision motors, go buy them...
I have to agree, all this has made me do is look at TMP in a better light and when it comes time for my 500 efi's to be upgraded I will look there first. I'm sure the guys at Precision and TMP have a working relationship and I'm sure Precision does good work. IMHO I think the guys at Precision need to place a call to one or two individuals on this site and let them know that they need to stop the bashing. Steve, once again kudos for handling yourself in a professional manner.
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I have to agree, all this has made me do is look at TMP in a better light and when it comes time for my 500 efi's to be upgraded I will look there first. I'm sure the guys at Precision and TMP have a working relationship and I'm sure Precision does good work. IMHO I think the guys at Precision need to place a call to one or two individuals on this site and let them know that they need to stop the bashing. Steve, once again kudos for handling yourself in a professional manner.

i agree, steve could of taken this into the gutter quickly, but he choses the high road.... i will be stopping by his booth to check out those 650's....
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Those new 650's look sweeeet!! Are they still priced the same as the older versions on the site?
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