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  • Legionofboom's Avatar
    Today, 10:53 AM
    If we can get a vote together great. Showing your internet history does not show anything other than you looked up M. Floyd stats AFTER the deadline of 1pm EST. Again showing that I wasn't registered as logged in is irrelevant, I even made a change to my roster by adding J. Brown after your screenshot shows me being logged in. I was going of the ACTIVE, LIVE scoring, not the website. Hopefully Yahoo will be able to confirm deny the issue, as it is a private league they might not, that is to be seen. I want your roster to be the same as it was at the time the players were locked in, if you claim D. Robinson was active at the time he was locked in I want him to be active, if you claim M. Floyd was active I want him to be active. That is the correct answer and the only answer, It's fair and should be the only way. The fact that you're now changing your lineup around again to benefit you is absurd.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 10:48 AM
    Finally some independent performance numbers for the new Corvette Z06! MotorTrend got their hands on what is the hottest new performance car of 2015 and came away very impressed. They tested the car and got 0-60 in 3.2 seconds and a 1/4 mile pass of 11.3 @ 126.2. Chevrolet themselves claimed 127 mile per hour trap speeds for the car. They also claimed a 1/4 mile elapsed time of 10.95 for the auto with the manual 3/10's behind this so MotorTrend's numbers are right where they should be based on Chevy's claims. That said, the 8-speed 8L90 automatic will be quicker and faster than this. We expect it to be well into the 10's at over 130 miles per hour especially once owners get them to the strip. MotorTrend is not exactly known for their skill at extracting performance on the drag strip. The car is obviously about more than just acceleration. The figure eight time of 22.5 seconds only trails the million dollar Porsche 918 Spyder. The Z06 sure starts to look like a hell of a performance bargain in that company. MotorTrend states the curb weight is 3533 pounds. This is right at the claimed GM figure of 3524 pounds. Spot on and impressive considering it was expected to gain quite a bit more weight than the Stingray. Weight distribution is 51/49 front to back compared to the Stingray 49/51. MotorTrend concludes with the car being just as fast but more composed and enjoyable than the C6 ZR1. Essentially, it's easier to extract the limits while maintaining confidence. Interestingly, they brought in an automatic Z06 for Randy Pobst to lap around Road Atlanta. Why they did not get this car to test in a straightline only MotorTrend knows. Regardless, Pobst hustles the car around the track quickly. How quickly? A laptime of 1:30.18. MotorTrend did not put the time in context after doing some research that is a very fast time. A Champion Motorsports built 997 Turbo managed a 1:37 to give you an idea. We can not wait to see more test numbers from more sources but suffice it to say the Z06 is the performance car bargain of 2015.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 10:40 AM
    I already stated I was open to a vote and resolving the situation. You think there is some grand conspiracy going on apparently. I already posted screenshots showing I was adjusting my lineup. Not to mention that due to this distraction I was not able to make further changes to my lineup that I wanted to make which I think is apparently your whole ploy here. I posted screenshots of the Yahoo system showing you not logged in but me as logged in. The thought apparently never crossed your mind that you may have been updating old information or that there was an error on your side. If Yahoo is fallible here maybe they are not perfect? Maybe that is why there are corrections? I also stated Yahoo can verify any of this and I will stand by their decision as I know exactly what I did so what does it matter? Additionally, you stated you wanted the player in question in the lineup and I made the necessary changes to accommodate your request. Now apparently you are not happy with that. Once again, you REQUESTED THE CHANGE. At some point you just can't please people and there is nothing more that you can do.
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  • Legionofboom's Avatar
    Today, 10:33 AM
    Attaching the letter League, At 3:11pm yesterday after 3 quarters of the 1pm games, as I was watching the live, active scoring something miraculous happened. Sticky Situation under performing player D. Robinson (which at the time had 3.6 points) was removed from the starting lineup and M. Floyd (who was a 4pm game) was activated. Here is the ACTIVE scoring, this is live, updated to the second scoring at 3:11pm EST http://imgur.com/0o1ujdJ 4 minute later his active roster had changed to this http://imgur.com/HcC0YYz The commissioner is the only user that has the ability to change active rosters AFTER games have started (for emergency situations that the league agrees upon) I have contacted sticky and he refuses to admit he changed his lineup, stating he did it before the games started at 1pm which my photo's clearly show this is not true. He has now changed his lineup back to having Robinson in (as he is trying to play that off as being fair) now that he knows M. Floyd scored 0 points and D. Robinson ended up scoring 9.xx points. Since he now knows who scored more, he is willing to re-instate D. Robinson into his active lineup (as he was at 3:11pm EST before he changed him for M. Floyd. As this is a money league and there is a small amount of money invested, I don't think it's right that he can do whatever he wants because he's the commissioner. I would like to vote as a league on what we should do, please post your opinions in the comments. I have contacted yahoo fantasy support and will hopefully be getting a reply soon BUT because this is a private league I'm not sure if they will handle the situation. - Cameron
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  • amclint's Avatar
    Today, 10:20 AM
    Son of a bitch, they included the 60ft time! I've never seen that from a magazine ever, 1.7s 60ft on street rubber is pretty awesome but surely going to a DR in one of these could drop that 60ft time some. What an awesome car, you can tell they really went for a balance here. 475hp NA out of a 6cyl is amazing.
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  • Legionofboom's Avatar
    Today, 09:44 AM
    You cheated. I will be sending out time stamped proof of this to the league. I have contacted yahoo and will be awaiting the response.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 09:42 AM
    I want you to admit you're trying to manipulate the circumstances and working off a false premise. I'm not going to admit to something I never did. I tried to enjoy my Sunday as I stated and put in my time and effort to have fun with Fantasy Football. I even go so far as posting my internet browsing history to show I was actively setting my lineup and researching players WELL BEFORE KICKOFF. This is it. You wanted to contact Yahoo and verify I said go right ahead. I even said go ahead and post the results so go do it. However, if your accusations prove baseless you are removed from the league and forfeit. If Yahoo verifies your accusations I'll remove myself as commissioner and you can take over PLUS I'll double the payouts. What's the problem?
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  • Legionofboom's Avatar
    Today, 09:40 AM
    I want you to admit you cheated and changed your lineup after the players were locked in. As I said in the message. If you made a mistake, admit to the league you cheated and we will take a vote on what we will do. At 3:11 Robinson had only scored 3.6 points and you thought M. Floyd would outscore him. He ended up scoring 0. You don't get to pick and chose after you know who scored what. The fact you cheated and ended up scoring less points doesn't change the fact you cheated. Admit you cheated.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 09:37 AM
    For fucks sake what do you want from me? You complain Robinson isn't in the lineup accusing me of cheating. You say you want my lineup the WAY YOU WANT IT. So I do as you ask and now you're not happy either? WTF? You said you wanted to contact Yahoo and verify and wanted to post the conversation. I said go right ahead. You have no leg to stand on here. WTF do you want from me? You said this: So I do what you want to simply move on and you're still not happy? Well then I guess we are down to the root of the problem. You simply want me to do whatever means you win. Sounds fair.
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  • Legionofboom's Avatar
    Today, 09:32 AM
    We need to have a league vote, I will be sending out a message today.
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  • Legionofboom's Avatar
    Today, 09:31 AM
    THIS IS FUCKING HILARIOUS!! NOW THAT ROBINSON SCORED A TOUCHDOWN LATE IN THE 4TH and outscored FLOYD you put him back in, Stop fucking cheating. You don't get to pick and choose who's in and out AFTER they score points or don't score point.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 09:14 AM
    The heavier V8 turbocharged all wheel Audi sedan against the lighter all wheel drive naturally aspirated Audi sports car. Acceleration is only one measure of these cars but it certainly is one of the major aspects of aftermarket tuning that this network focuses on. GIAC tends to specialize in Volkswagen Group products and this is their area of expertise. Therefore, it is no surprise they offer a very solid tuning option for the Audi RS7 4.0 TFSI motor. This particular car is running their race version of the Stage I software on race fuel of course with an axle-back exhaust system. The R8 is a 2014 model with the new dual clutch S-Tronic transmission. It is presumably stock. It is also at a power disadvantage in stock form with 525 horsepower against the stock 560 horsepower RS7 let alone against a tuned RS7 on race fuel with a claimed output of 750 horses. The advantage the R8 has though is that it is roughly 1000 pounds lighter and has a dual clutch instead of an automatic. The RS7 gets a sizeable jump from the start. The R8 is playing catch up from the beginning. It never does catch up as the gap only widens as the cars continue. This is simply a mismatch and the RS7 has way too much power and torque for a stock R8 V10 to make this a race. It at least would have been more interesting if the R8 was given the jump instead. Regardless, tuned 4.0 TFSI motors continue to impress.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 09:09 AM
    The heavier V8 turbocharged all wheel Audi sedan against the lighter all wheel drive naturally aspirated Audi sports car. Acceleration is only one measure of these cars but it certainly is one of the major aspects of aftermarket tuning that this network focuses on. GIAC tends to specialize in Volkswagen Group products and this is their area of expertise. Therefore, it is no surprise they offer a very solid tuning option for the Audi RS7 4.0 TFSI motor. This particular car is running their race version of the Stage I software on race fuel of course with an axle-back exhaust system. The R8 is a 2014 model with the new dual clutch S-Tronic transmission. It is presumably stock. It is also at a power disadvantage in stock form with 525 horsepower against the stock 560 horsepower RS7 let alone against a tuned RS7 on race fuel with a claimed output of 750 horses. The advantage the R8 has though is that it is roughly 1000 pounds lighter and has a dual clutch instead of an automatic. The RS7 gets a sizeable jump from the start. The R8 is playing catch up from the beginning. It never does catch up as the gap only widens as the cars continue. This is simply a mismatch and the RS7 has way too much power and torque for a stock R8 V10 to make this a race. It at least would have been more interesting if the R8 was given the jump instead. Regardless, tuned 4.0 TFSI motors continue to impress.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:54 AM
    Another round in the war of new gen M3 versus previous gen M3. Last month a race was posted showing a supercharged E90 M3 pulling a tuned F80 M3. This of course got fanboys in a tizzy with the latest and supposedly greatest M getting pulled by the car it replaced. Now the F80 M3 in that previous run was not the BMS F80 M3 test car. The car in this video is Burger Tuning's own car and Terry Burger certainly can be more aggressive with his own car than a customer's car as he tests out various tunes. This much is a given. The E92 M3 is running an ESS-Tuning kit which although a solid offering is not the most aggressive supercharged setup available or forced induction setup available. Especially considering this car was in daily driver mode and not kill mode meaning the VT2-650 was more like the majority of ESS supercharged cars and putting out power in the mid 500 range on pump fuel. The F80 M3 wins this round and the conclusion is the same as before: It is two different M engine philosophies at work here and both are effective. The supercharged E90 M3 wins this round but as tunes and supporting mods evolve for the F80 M3 it will compete with stock internal supercharged E90 M3's on its stock turbochargers. We will see more aggressively tuned F80 M3's out there and there are more aggressively tuned E9X M3's out there. Back and forth we will go on the stock internals but ultimately the victor has already decided. Which platform that is BimmerBoost leaves up to you to figure out.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 08:53 AM
    Hey SickToy: :text-welcomewave:
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 08:38 AM
    gjoling, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:33 AM
    The idea of any ESS superiority in anything is forum contrived nonsense. It's solely about making money, not the best possible setup.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:32 AM
    The AA Stage III is a flat out better setup than the ESS VT2. It's about perfect for the stock internals from a supercharging perspective.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:29 AM
    Their setups are most effective racing on forum threads and dynos.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:28 AM
    Another round in the war of new gen M3 versus previous gen M3. Last month a race was posted showing a supercharged E90 M3 pulling a tuned F80 M3. This of course got fanboys in a tizzy with the latest and supposedly greatest M getting pulled by the car it replaced. Now the F80 M3 in that previous run was not the BMS F80 M3 test car. The car in this video is Burger Tuning's own car and Terry Burger certainly can be more aggressive with his own car than a customer's car as he tests out various tunes. This much is a given. The E92 M3 is running an ESS-Tuning kit which although a solid offering is not the most aggressive supercharged setup available or forced induction setup available. Especially considering this car was in daily driver mode and not kill mode meaning the VT2-650 was more like the majority of ESS supercharged cars and putting out power in the mid 500 range on pump fuel. The F80 M3 wins this round and the conclusion is the same as before: It is two different M engine philosophies at work here and both are effective. The supercharged E90 M3 wins this round but as tunes and supporting mods evolve for the F80 M3 it will compete with stock internal supercharged E90 M3's on its stock turbochargers. We will see more aggressively tuned F80 M3's out there and there are more aggressively tuned E9X M3's out there. Back and forth we will go on the stock internals but ultimately the victor has already decided. Which platform that is BimmerBoost leaves up to you to figure out.
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  • richpike's Avatar
    Today, 08:23 AM
    Nice find. -Rich
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  • richpike's Avatar
    Today, 08:21 AM
    Definitely on my list of things to do. -Rich
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 08:20 AM
    Welcome VSparrow, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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