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05-13-2006 05:13 AM
Saaboheme No worries CO-Saab, you are not being rude. When someone needs straightened out, they need straightened out. I consider my posture now greatly improved. It is true about assuming isn't it. Please accept my apologies, no offense intended on my part. And no offense intended toward Eric, who has helped thousands with his superb site. I have removed the wrongful assumption. Mea Culpa, Mea Culpa.
05-12-2006 06:11 PM
CO-Saab
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Originally Posted by Saaboheme
Eric's last name was the P in MP Performance, and Chris supplied the last name with the M.
Not being rude, but please don't start/spread rumors.

Eric had nothing to do with founding of MP performance. Furthermore, Chris "P"aden might have had something to do with M"P".
05-08-2006 11:23 PM
SaabinNH Eric I thought you fell off the planet. I remember you saying somewhere that something went wrong with Saab Central and you did not use it anymore. This was a real problem because I have used your web site as well as your word around the Saab world like a bible. The last thing I knew you had a MP Performance e-mail address and I thought you might be working for them but I don't know. I knew you were out there in ski country but I did not know you would stay. Congrats on your house and having your Saab back on the road.
04-26-2006 04:35 AM
cymrusaab welcome back Eric. i am faily new here but found your site and my interest in SAAB's has growen. oh glad to here the red devil is up and running.
04-20-2006 08:29 PM
BORKAT
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Originally Posted by Mr. Unkept
Pretty sure I can probably handle the necessary tools

That is too sexy. and it's blue and yellow to boot.
04-20-2006 08:00 PM
quattro If it wasn't for Eric's site, I know my car would still be stock. I think that holds true for alot of ppl here.
04-20-2006 07:05 PM
Marks9-3 Hey Eric, nice to see ya back and posting. I remember your site back when I first got the saab over 2 years ago. Colorado Springs is where my Dad went to college and spent some of his life growing up. Its georgous out there and can see why you dont want to come back to the east coast.

Hope to see more of ya now.
04-20-2006 05:09 AM
Les Bouquins I have a special post coming later today.
04-20-2006 05:02 AM
VAGGEN
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Originally Posted by Mr. Unkept
Pretty sure I can probably handle the necessary tools

That is just not fair. Last night I was in the front yard with a flashlight and a pair of pliers switching out a vacuum hose!
04-19-2006 04:40 PM
griffen nut ERP! i never knew that was your site. much thanks for putting that together, it has helped me a lot!
04-19-2006 04:21 PM
CooperS7777
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Originally Posted by JK9000s
Eric - you weren't around when I began posting here, but welcome back! I was familiar with your website before I ever heard of SAABlink...good stuff!

And Unkept...I feel like less of a man every time you post a photo of that garage
Yea, I second everything you just said. I was using Eric's site from the day I bought my NG!
04-19-2006 04:17 PM
JK Eric - you weren't around when I began posting here, but welcome back! I was familiar with your website before I ever heard of SAABlink...good stuff!

And Unkept...I feel like less of a man every time you post a photo of that garage
04-19-2006 04:06 PM
Les Bouquins Pretty sure I can probably handle the necessary tools

04-19-2006 03:04 PM
CO-Saab
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Originally Posted by ERP
It's too late for that, Colorado Springs is blowing up with houseing developments. They'll keep coming until the water runs out
Every little bit helps, you should have seen it during the 90's. Waaaaaaaaay more construction then.
04-19-2006 02:57 PM
ERP Peregrine – Only the mountains get dumped on like that. I think it only snowed a measurable amount here 3-4 times during the winter. Most of the time it was sunny and cool.

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Originally Posted by CO-Saab
... keep the weather on the down low. We don't want too many people trying to move here.
It's too late for that, Colorado Springs is blowing up with houseing developments. They'll keep coming until the water runs out
04-19-2006 02:55 PM
CO-Saab
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Originally Posted by Peregrine
Welcome back, Eric!

But is 300 sunny days really that cool when you get 6 feet of snow?!?!
Never been to CO before have you? I'm sure you'd know we are in the midst of a 9 year drought, it stays pretty dry.

Eric, hey brother how you been?

I know you are not a local (yet) but you must keep the weather on the down low. We don't want too many people trying to move here. Too many people think it's cold and crappy all year long cause we get snow in April May, let them think that.



FYI, the front range (Ft. Collins past Denver down to Colorado Springs) has very warm weather. Avg temp in Jan. is 50, avg temp in July is 85. Anywhere from 300 to +330 days of sunshine every year (more than Miami or San Diego) The National Renewable Energy Lab is in Golden CO b/c Golden get on average 335 sunny days/year.

The snow stays in the mountains, 80-40 miles west. The Front Range is classified as semi-arid, only 10-20 inches of rain/year. The front range will only get 3-5 snow storms a year, but because it is so dry, the snow is gone within hours of the storm passing. The only months were snow is a large concern are November, March, April. The rest of the year it's dry, sunny, and warm. Have fun out east, I had to escape and NEVER looked back.
04-19-2006 02:36 PM
stromer jeez, colorado sounds pretty nice right now....
04-19-2006 01:45 PM
Peregrine Welcome back, Eric!

But is 300 sunny days really that cool when you get 6 feet of snow?!?!
04-19-2006 01:13 PM
Tweek's Turbos My bro lives outside Aspen, I'll let you know when I ever swing out.
04-19-2006 12:59 PM
b dash rian i cant do soc, ill be in school already, but ill be right up the street in Golden, CO
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