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"Hey! I sound like Darth Vader!!
Originally Posted by Otto Skorzeny
You aren't driving an antique vehicle to its limits and are not making repeated high speed stops. By that I mean decelerating from highway speed multiple times in less than a minute as on a race course. That just doesn't happen in normal driving scenarios.

Exception: California!

JoeR #1475342 Tue Nov 15 2022 07:27 PM
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'Bolter
1 question, 1 answer, and 9 replies accomplishing... what exactly?

JoeR #1475430 Wed Nov 16 2022 05:14 AM
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'Bolter
Well, this is a discussion forum. One question can result in one or more answers, but often the topic opens up other thoughts and contributions. This question could be read by someone who might be thinking about doing the same conversion. People adding input but not answering the question could cause someone else to think that maybe they should investigate this further. That is a part of learning (IMO). Many conversations on Stovebolt have one answer plus many opinions (i.e. things to think about').


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