- 04-22-14 06:18 PM #16
Re: 3.6 dyno tune?
I know how to read and don't need diet advice, thanks. I have been fighting follicular lymphoma for over 5 years and have been through 2 4-month chemos during that time. I have very little tolerance for smarmy replies and conversations that I can have with my daughters fellow first grade classmates.
All AAIIC did was write a bunch of smartass "gee your dumb" type comments and ended by reiterating what another member already kindly posted. You are entitled to come to a different conclusion, but that's how I see it. Like I said I was going to take the high road, but as anyone can read for themselves, he obviously wanted a response. As I expected, it went south quick so I should have listened to my own advice. lol
Like I said, in the past on other forums I have had to deal with members who post in that "why can't everyone be a smart and witty as me?" style before and I don't appreciate it. To each their own, but fwiw that was the first time I have ran into that on this forum so I'm not going to let one bad apple ruin anything for me. I have been more than impressed with the maturity level and helpfulness I have found since coming here and am thankful for all the quality and genuinely kind advice I have received thus far. It has made me feel like part of the CTS family and I appreciate it.
I will post back on this thread after I talk to the guys at a power tune shop I found that is within driving distance. Hopefully I get some solid answers concerning our 3.6 set-ups and can pass them along.
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