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content22207_2
06-08-2016, 08:28 PM
But more important to the point here is that Bill has also been passing out bad information that could seriously hurt people. That is not acceptable. If I were to be attacking anything at all, it would be that kind of ignorance. Especially when Bill gets called out, and refuses to ever correct himself.

If I am going to be accused of putting people in danger and hurting them, examples would definitely be appropriate.

FWIW: To date I have helped 21 owners convert to carburetion. Not a single one of them has been hurt or damaged.

(Farrar's rotor button melted, but I had nothing to do with that. I even posted pics of other melted Bosch rotors -- it's a well known failure point that has nothing to do with carburetion whatsoever).

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content22207_2
06-08-2016, 08:31 PM
I even posted pics of other melted Bosch rotors -- it's a well known failure point that has nothing to do with carburetion whatsoever

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content22207_2
06-08-2016, 09:46 PM
Bill has chosen to act as a vender

Bill has chosen to act as a charity, not a vendor.

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content22207_2
06-08-2016, 09:54 PM
Essentially Bill operates like an Ebay or Craigslist seller, with the nuanced addition of a shopping service (he buys stuff at Autozone on owners' behalf).

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Andrew
06-09-2016, 06:03 PM
Great post!
...Robert's reply reflects any comments I would make concerning those carbers mentioned ( I assume Bill and "misguided minions"...;-)
...and you using "advancement" and carburation in the same sentence:devil:.


Advancement is subjective. A product that makes a DeLorean more reliable and more simple is an advancement in my book. While some technical developments have been good ideas, there are many examples of products that were unnecessarily overcomplicated in the interests of weight savings and/or minimal emissions reductions. AFrankly I've always suspected that a lot of new products were merely excuses that engineering departments used to justify their own continued existence...of course I still use a phone with a sliding qwerty keypad from my house with no home internet ;-)