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Most forums are usually 50-100 posts to not be a newbie. The time it takes to get there has always benefited me. Lurking around, reading things you'd never even try to just to comment to get your count up.
with my original account i was on this forum with many posts. i have contributed my fair share of knowledge, and of course if i read a post that i think i can contribute too i would. im just not online that much. im not trying to be an exception to the rule as ive technically been on this forum since i got my first galant vr4 in 2002. also there r people on here that can vouch for me.
Only one endorsement would do the trick, the "other" master tech in the Denver area involved in the DSM/GVR4 world since forever.....
I'm also on the road to becoming a master Audi A4 tech. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif
Mark I'm gonna just leave my vr4 parked in front of your house full of craft beers. Hopefully all its flaws will awaken your OCD and the desire for fancy adult beverages will inspire you to sex my car up for me. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif
I think if he needs backing, one would summon GeorgeBillings,Justin,GalantVr4559(Bryan),Kris Parish (can't remember his handle off hand), Willie G, and most importantly Sir John thee Toybreaker himself....
Being patient about the "Newbie" title is worth your while. Searching/reading before posting a question may make you sift through a boatload of information, but I can guarantee it's time well spent. Or post what you want and get sh*t for it; that stuff's always fun to read too.