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Eman911 last won the day on December 19 2018

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  1. That's why I've become a lurker. Damn, I F'ed that up too.
  2. My point is that he is using a non OE ignition system (20 pts) and non OE coils (10 pts), even if the ignitor, amplifier or ignition control module (take your pick) is part of the coils or ECU. At least that is the way it has been applied in the past.
  3. You forgot the " Ignition coil(s), aftermarket: 10pts"
  4. When you can't debate the issues, press on with the ad hominem attack. Obviously you are a liberal democrat.
  5. What's not debatable is the fact that you are so self absorbed as to believe no others' opinions have merit. In recent years many agencies have spent a considerable amount of time and effort studying the effects of emergency vehicle lighting in an effort to understand why brightly lit firetrucks, ambulances and squad cars continue to be struck at accident scenes. Most of these studies indicate that more and brighter flashing lights are not the answer. So as far as "not debatable", I do not think those words mean what you think they do.
  6. Yes it is. Who the F are you to determine what we can and cannot debate here?
  7. I would go along with a mandate for this IFI could trigger it from in my car.
  8. Devil's advocate again, if a driver is inattentive to yellow flag, it stands to reason he will probably be inattentive to a blinking light, or worse might possibly take his eyes off of the cars and track ahead to look at the blinky light. Again I salute your efforts but I feel ChumpCar should put more focus on properly trained drivers.
  9. For those of you who believe that I am anti safety, let me assure you nothing could be further from the truth. Safety has been my profession for the last 17 years. The point I am trying to make is that we are at the point of diminishing returns. For example would you be willing to pay the salary of a crossing guard at every controlled intersection you cross while walking to work? After all people get run over crossing the street all the time. Another thing to consider is removing the driver from his responsibilities by applying technology. Have you ever encountered that guy who has no clue what way to go when his GPS enabled cellphone dies? I still carry paper maps and use them quite a bit. How about younger folks who have never driven a car without ABS and traction control? How well will they be able to really know how to drive at the limit when the limit is determined by a computer? The law of unintended consequences then rears its ugly head when the ABS fails and the driver has never practiced an emergency stop without them. To carry my argument to the absurd, why not mandate self driving cars, after all they are safer right?
  10. And now our fire suppression system will have to be SFI rated, recertified every 2 years, and replaced every 6. And I hear that we are also going to be required to purchase rain lights. Add that to belts and window nets with an expiration date. New helmet requirements are just around the corner. And I'm sure someone else will come along with a shiny new device that we will just HAVE to have to save the children. I appreciate your had work at developing your product and I'm proud ChumpCar gets to be the proving ground, however I race in a budget racing series because I can't afford to race anywhere else.
  11. Not interested. Got enough new mandates that require an annual commitment of funds and planned obsolescence. This is BUDGET racing.
  12. You people disgust me. You have absolutely no regard for the visually challenged. We should mandate echo location emitters and curb feelers.
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