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  • deepfat replied to the topic Ezi bleed cap in MGF/TF Pitstop
    mucklestone does your 05 have a master cylinder with a bayonet type cap or a screw one? as far as I'm aware the ezibleed only has various screw caps or maybe your bleeder included a bayonet fitting if so what manufacturer was it?
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  • deepfat thanked the user bryan young in the forum post, Hard Top question.
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  • deepfat replied to the topic Hard Top question. in MGF/TF Pitstop
    I have fitted a heated glass window so does this apply still apply or should I leave it in
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  • That sounds like a very good idea and I don't mind doing it as long as:
    A someone holds my hand at the start
    B Give me a little bit of time to get up and running with pscan, this all started over my misgivings about getting it.
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  • When I say that people on the pit stop appeal for someone who has pscan the probable reason they don't do it on the pscan forum is they don't have pscan so rarely if ever visit that forum and so use the forum (pit stop) where they feel most comfortable.

    My comment about extra staff was misunderstood by you because I think of a misunderstanding on my part and I apologise for that. I was under the impression that the pscan forum was run by a group of like minded people who volunteer their time as per the other forums, I was in no way suggesting it was up to you to hire people and can understand that is not sustainable, I meant if anything to help not give you another mountain to climb.

    My intention was always where needed to help people get to grips with what is to me (and many others) a new area, I can't believe I'm the only one to have misgivings .Obviously being a relatively new member I am now aware I do not fully understand the set up and I don't think a public forum is the appropriate place to discuss this, To this end I would be happy to discuss and hopefully find a way forward that suits all parties concerned and would welcome a PM or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. from you.

    Sorry again for any misunderstandings

    Peter
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  • Thank you Adam a good idea and just the sort of conversation I was hoping to stimulate on pit stop.

    I think you mean a sort of bible to look at what cars running well at the time show on various outputs to compare with your sick cars outputs, of course whoever posts such records would have to state what their car is and any mods if applicable but I'm sure you had thought of that already.

    Is anyone from Admin looking/listening how can such a thing be set up? I for one would be willing to put time and effort into it, after all it's only fair I've complained enough! just don't make it too techy it scares some off.
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  • deepfat thanked the user adamelphick in the forum post, pscan
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  • pscan.uk I do understand your response about not having the time to write many manuals for various ECU's whilst still trying to improve the system and totally agree with you it's not your job. However who are you improving it for? I can only report on what I've read on the TF forum where pscan when mentioned is usually an appeal for someone who has it to help them out and is very rarely responded to. I have looked on the "how to" for the TF's how many are there on pscan? with such a low profile I can understand why many members (like me) hesitate to invest in something that may never come out the box.

    I hate to use BS marketing terms but it appears to me that pscan is lacking market penetration which considering it's relatively low cost compared to other (probably inferior) systems is confusing. I respectfully suggest that you consider trying to recruit a couple of people (not techy) to sit between you and us whose remit would be to push the use of pscan, whilst maybe organising a "how to set up and get started with pscan" which would help. Maybe a sub forum to the pscan forum for newbies who could migrate to the adult forum when they had the confidence.

    May I add that when I first posted this it was on the general pit stop TF forum which is where it rightly sits in my opinion to stimulate discussion about something that has a low profile "pscan yeah I've heard of it but I aint techy" IF I had been asked (I wasn't) I would have explained my reasons and requested it remain in pit stop, that however is a Q for admin not you.

    Many thanks to you and your team for what you have done and continue to do for us, it's just a shame all your hard work is stuck in a niche.
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  • deepfat thanked the user adamelphick in the forum post, pscan
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  • deepfat replied to the topic Hard Top question. in MGF/TF Pitstop
    My first winter as an owner and I'm going to be putting my hard top on soon as I'm a sissy but one thing concerns me will the hood go mouldy? I will try to make sure it's as dry as poss before the top goes on but!
    What do others do, do you take the top off occasionally to air the hood if so how often, can I treat the hood with anything before I put the top on?
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