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I'm not sure. If only we had a picture of all of us wearing suits or something .

I dunno, you're pretty creative in this sort of thing, so I'll let you have a free hand.
post #1702 of 3773
Incorperate a burning computer.

Thats totaly strange after I joined the team the other day I thought about making a team logo or something like that.

let me know if you need some help?

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Yeah, I saw a bunch of teams with them and hunted around to figure out what HTML code I needed. Extreme Overclocking has a page on how to make the banners. Took me a while to figure out how to turn off team stats (cause 4 copies of the OCN stats would be a bit much).
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I just made this one quick, never meant to be official, I just find it funny.

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Oh my... That almost hurts my eyes...

I'm not sure if the whole animé school girl thing fits, though. I would try something, but I suck with GIMP.
post #1706 of 3773
Hi Guys,

The HTML code thing looks good LBN... I thought you tried that before??

@shajbot - You are funny! You and Recoil might be able to put your collective heads together and come up with a good logo...

I think next month's team competition is going to be real interesting to watch...

Take care and Fold On! :-)
post #1707 of 3773
Nah, I haven't tried it... But yeah, next month should be interesting to watch. I wonder if anyone will break any records?

Also, is that car in your avatar your Buick? It's pretty sharp looking.
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Nah, I haven't tried it... But yeah, next month should be interesting to watch. I wonder if anyone will break any records?

Also, is that car in your avatar your Buick? It's pretty sharp looking.
Hi LBN,

Yes the car in my avatar is my Buick Convertible.... 1970 GS 350 Skylark Custom to be exact. The 455 is sitting in the garage, but I'm not putting it in due to gasoline prices... Maybe down the road. Right now, I just picked up a used 1971 Corporate 10 bolt rearend for it. I'll rebuild that, with disks and put a posi unit in it since I don't drive it in the winters. I'm still trying to decide on what gear ratio though...

Thanks for the comment on her. She's my baby you know... :-)
post #1709 of 3773
Are you replacing the tranny? Or just the differential? I would go for a gearing that allows you to cruise in a low gear so you can save a bit on gas.
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Are you replacing the tranny? Or just the differential? I would go for a gearing that allows you to cruise in a low gear so you can save a bit on gas.
Hi LBN,

Just the differential. The transmission and engine are basically new or completely rebuilt... The differential is the old stocker 8.2 inch ring gear - 10 bolt. You can hardly find parts for them anymore. GM stopped building those rearends back in 1969 or so. They went with a "Corporate axle" in 1971. It's a 10 bolt, but came on many cars and trucks up through 1991. So parts and gears are available... Even disk brake kits to replace the drums, which I want to do.

As for the gears. The current gear set is 2.76. They are great for cruising the highway, but lack a little for "performance". I'm looking at the 3.08 gear set from Eaton or Auburn, along with a posi unit to replace the old open end carrier. If I could find some 2.93 gears I think I would be set, but no body sells those, per se. The difference is about 300-400 rpm at 75mph. The 2.93 would be about 2,600 rpms and the 3.08's would be about 2,900 rpm....with the tire combination I currently have - 275/60-15's. These tires are about 28 inches tall... so the math figures about right.

I still looking on eBay and calling around. Maybe I can find a good used set of gears as well and save myself some money?? I have another Conroe coming soon, and I don't want to short myself. Within the next two weeks I'll try my hand at another GPU folding rig...
It'll have an AMD64 3800+ mounted on an ASUS A8V-VM board and the X1950XTX I have. DDR will be Crucial Billistix... I also have an old 550W power supply and 80GB WD hard drive. I just need a case. The local computer shop will keep their eyes open for an old one coming in. My wife's office just updated a couple of computer from PII 450's (do you believe that!), so I might be able to snag one of those... Those old PII's were running Windows 98SE! Man they are old!!!

Well that's plan thus far. Take care and thanks for the interest, :-)
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