:uh:Originally posted by Syte@Sep 25 2005, 09:43 PM~3884134
'scuse me, sir, but what does my post count have to do with me knowing anything about pneumatics?
You never replied to my statement that he's not gonna learn anything from hearing a compressor, either.
I'll appologize for being a bit brazin in my forst reply, however, isn't it a bit useless to know what they sound like? It's not like any video you're gonna download is gonna give you an accurate idea of what a compressor is gonna sound like for your install; especially since most videos don't tell where the comps are located.
fully agree with that.Originally posted by SLAMMNBAGGNIZZAN@Sep 24 2005, 05:45 AM~3875279
I NOTICED THAT THERE ARE A FEW JERKS THAT HATE SIMPLE QUESTIONS, EVEN THO THEY THEMSELVES HAD 2 LEARN THEM AT ONE TIME. THEY WILL USUALLY WASTE THEIR "OH SO IMPORTANT TIME" TO BASH YOU AND FEEL LIKE THEY ARE THE ALL KNOWING OF HYDRO OR BAG INSTALLATION. IF IT WAS SUCH A DUMB QUESTION THEY SHOULD HAVE IGNORED IT. THERE ARE OTHERS HERE TO HELP AND GIVE GREAT TIPS AND NOT ACT LIKE THEY ARE SOOOOO DAMN COOL. I HAVE LEARNT A FEW GOOD TIPS WHILE READING WHAT YODA HAS SAID IN OTHER POST BUT YOU NEVER KNOW IF THESE PEOPLE EVEN RIDE IN A CUSTOM BUILT VEHICLE THAT THEY CREATED. THEY JUST GET AN EGO TRIP WHEN THEY KNOW MORE THEN SOME BEGINNER.
sure.Originally posted by Syte@Sep 24 2005, 03:46 PM~3876571
I'm sorry, but I fail to see what he's gonna learn just by hearing what the compressors sounds like. Compressor motors sound like any other motor, don't they?
If he's THAT curious to hear what it sounds like, he should go buy a set-up.