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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-23-2009, 09:57 AM Thread Starter
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A SEMA member who manufactures automotive aftermarket parts, is considering a new line of products including late-model vehicle performance tuners. This company is interested in your feedback. The following link will take you to a brief survey allowing you to share your insight into performance parts and vehicle tuning. The survey shouldn’t take more than five minutes and the information you provide will be anonymous.

Here is the click URL that should be used that will take people to the survey:


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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-23-2009, 12:54 PM
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URL dosen't work. I clicked it and got a message saying the survey was closed and to contact the author of the survey.

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Performance tuners? Nothing that might defeat or alter emissions controls, right?
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I will check the link out and let you know when it is back up. I don't know much about the survey, just that it is about some aftermarket products.

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Fixed the link. Thanks!

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The link still doesn't work

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The link still doesn't work
It worked fine for me just a minute ago - about 6:18 CST Tuesday sundown.



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what works on u?????
The link to take the survey in the topic post.

But that was a year ago. I suspect it's OBE by now.

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i say how safely i convert my engine to a CNG capable engine.........
If you have a Ford diesel engine, then I suspect you're going about achieving a compressed natural gas (CNG)capable engine the wrong way.

Gasoline engines are easily converted to propane or CNG. I was driving propane-powered pickups in the 1950s. CNG is very similar to propane when it's ready to be fired by a spark. I don't know how it would work in a compression engine, but I suspect no better than trying to run gasoline in a diesel engine.

But that discussion is off topic in this forum. So post it in the "Other Technical Questions" forum and you'll probably get some replies.

On edit: The survey in the topic starter post is closed now, so I'll close this thread to further posting.

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