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rick merritt
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Re: Great story
rick merritt   10/24/2013 10:18:07 AM
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Looking good, Veronica!

David Ashton
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Great story
David Ashton   10/23/2013 6:54:21 PM
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Hi Sen....great story and very well told.    Nice mods.   Only one comment:

> "This has been put on hold due to the university's time-sucking curriculum."

Mate, wait till you hit the real world and have to work.  It's even worse!

 

 

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visual feedback
Caleb Kraft   10/23/2013 2:22:14 PM
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I also really like the idea of visual feedback on the tachometer. I know some race cars have lights that show you when to shift, I would have loved that when learning!

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customizations
Caleb Kraft   10/23/2013 2:14:01 PM
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I love it when people truly care about their stuff enough to customize it. The fact that this isn't just some add-on kit the person added to be "cool" is pretty neat.

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