06-14-2009, 05:50 PM #1
Asking for help? Then please follow up on your threads!
Hey guys and gals,
Just trying to find a way for the forum to be more functional and for problems to be more rapidly solved. Ive been an Admin on several race car related forums in the past and it is important to keep us updated on your problems/solutions.
When you post up a help thread, people offer advice and suggestions. (some of it more helpful then other's depending on their level of expertise)
Then when you dont respond back in the thread to let us know what you tried and what the problem was means that others in the future who use this site are unable to learn from your experiences.
I seem to see this a lot here which drives me a bit nuts. Im all for helping out the community but people need to follow up on their threads. Otherwise all the threads look like this:
--*Need help, ski wont boost.
--People respond with, check wastegate, check for blockage, change plugs, any codes?, etc. etc.
Then no response back... so no one knows what fixed your problem or if it still exists.
06-15-2009, 10:51 AM #2
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We don't get much traffic on the Honda forum - so solutions are important.
I'd like to consider for guys coming up with EFI problems a set of known good loaner parts.. I just went through a KS and it turns out I've got an ECU problem.
06-15-2009, 11:20 AM #3
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