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how many of you have got your system installed and working...as as soon as its finished, are already looking for way to take it all out and start over....
that is I
just not happy about something with system and cant quite lay my finger on it
me me, i do that
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I felt that way after I installed everything in my glovebox and a wire came loose and fried my hard drive.
one problem im having is the heat the system makes....between a inverter, a AMD machine, and a external harddrive....mix it with the small space of a corvette and it gets to warm to fast
I'de be willing to take that tiny little corvette off your hands and give you something with a little more room to work with
thanks but some reason i believe ill find a cure soon
That is just the nature of the disease we all pretty much have, that's the reason we are all here in the first place, because we can't settle for the norm, we can't leave well enough alone, we always want more,better & to impress even our severest critic, OURSELVES. We set out with dreams of this awsome system we devise in our heads, & in developing it we learn from our mistakes, & step back when were done with more experience under our belts for having done it...thinking if I had to do it over I could have done it this way instead.... or we are disapointed that our end result isn't what we originally envisioned, in either event IT IS A DISEASE THAT WE ARE PLAGUED WITH, & I happily admit it...sure it may cut into our overall financial bottom line, & impeade on our social lives to a certain extent, but every one here knows that the ultimate feeling of satisfaction we achieve when were happy with our end result is worth every bit, & couldn't be replaced... but to get to that point you will have to go through all of the trial & errors, all of the frustration & learning curves, and the really sick ones of us that don't give up, but rather try try again, will eventually realize success & satisfaction....Hopefully....