Year One power crate 350?

Discussion in 'Engine Topic' started by Tirefryer, Jan 29, 2011.

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  1. SKIP WHITE

    SKIP WHITE Member

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    So your telling me to leave this forum, but may I ask you, do you have any idea your self what this engine has in it. My comments do have a speculative tone to them, and I did ask. The post was an inquiry about this engine, and I'm not allowed to voice my thoughts. You really don't want to know what I think of this engine, your reading my supressed version. As the other member said, 4.030 seasoned block pretty much says it all.
     
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    But you're a vendor.

    Now you're using this post to try to promote your products. That's not cool.

    The person who pointed out it's a seasoned block is correct, and he's is not a vendor. He's giving his opinion of something. There is no proof of what you're saying is true.

    And no, I don't know if this stuff on this engine is reconditioned or not, but I'm not going to speculate. If a consumer wants to know they can contact Year One and ask. It's not your place to lead people to think otherwise, which is exactly what you're doing.

    You don't see a problem with this? I'm not telling you to leave this forum. I'm suggesting you stop promoting your products over another company's. That's not why this message board exists.
     
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    Ok fellas, I'm locking this, as the majority of posts have been finger pointing and 'speculations'.
    I would suggest to find common ground and stop bickering, but it also appears that it's rather one-sided at this point.
    It's not fair to suggest that someone isn't allowed to offer opinions just because they are a sponsor.
    I've found that as a moderator, some want to hold me to certain things that wouldn't be asked of me before I was a mod. I think the same applies to Sponsors. As one, you'll be scrutinized over opinions and suggestions that wouldn't raise an eyebrow from another source.
     
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