Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by loonym, Apr 29, 2009.
Nice number there team.
^ indeed. Still managing to stay in the 3 million premises, not far off and pup has left hopefully just temporarily.
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Dam so close. Great work team
Nice job team.
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Great numbers team.
Uh, we nipping that 3 million mark again!
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Great numbers team.
C'mon guys we can make 3 mill! I'm gunna get some of the older pcs in my house crunching to help out
I'm going to add another cruncher to the stable. If I can find a way i'll crunch on the blender, microwave, and smoothie machine.
pawn em ;P
If I could only find a way to crunch with this
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Okay, from one small block Chevy tech to another; whats inside Norton?
Flat tops or domes? Advertised lift and duration and actual on cam? Valve train IE threaded rocker studs, opened to 2.02's, roller rockers, titanium push rods? Are they early model heads? Don't look like it, as there is no markings on the front of either head. I am assuming these are the scalloped later model heads. Do you have the "pink" rods? Balanced?
Mostly stock 1970 350 stock bore, 4 bolt mains, new pistons (about 9.5:1 comp) with a hefty cam
However, all a Chevy guy needs to see is this:
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A high nickel block, and I'm not even a chevy guy.
cool man, a 42 year old virgin
Nice, I just checked free-Dc and I am #16 as of today! I have been putting out quite a bit of PPD with the new 6CORE!
@ Raptor- You got it! you get a cookie. I'm a Ford guy, the Chevy was available and I wanted a project... 79 Chevy pickup. My 1st ride was a 66' Stang then a 77 F-150. Stang' was Midnight Blue and had a hopped up 302 (over 11:1 compression) used to take down I-91 in CT to bury the speedo (140mph+) for fun in the 80's
@ Stinger- I'm 43 redid my 1st engine in 1985 so not a virgin
@ Norton - "Mostly stock 1970 350", makes the block the 42 year old virgin not you.
I was thinking about the movie not how old the engine was
Exactly my point
A little slow on the punch line today my friend.
J/K, I was actually trying to figure out how I was going to put that, and Mike came in and said it better than what I was thinking.
Tired today- burnt some midnight oil to finish some reporting for work
But my rig(s) aren't... my totals over 7,000pts today
O10 baby. I have a couple of them in my garage for the just in case moment. I actually got the first one for this but ended up cramming a 406 in it.
Well crap. My production is going to drop off over the next few days.
I just got told today that my job is going to be phased out by june 30th.
So much for 15 years of day and night service to the company I have worked for. At least they told me I will be loosing my job in advance. I still sucks, and sadly, since I know it will happen, I have to shut down most of my small home fleet pretty soon. And I will also loose the crunching that my work servers have been adding to my account here.
I'm pretty down right now. But it won't be "goodbye" I still plan to crunch with a desktop, and laptop for as long as I can.
010 & 020 baby (high tin and high nickel alloy)... one of the best 350 blocks chevy made
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