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Old 11-07-2007, 10:46 AM   #11
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No, I'm originally from the Netehralnds myself and studied (among other things) Aerospace engineering for a year and they had a great windtunnel there which kinda led me to the idea. I guess if there is enthusiasm for the idea we should look which Universities/colleges (what's the difference?) have a windtunnel and then see which one would be interested in spending some serious time on the idea.
I started a thread about this some months ago and not much came out it I believe. I still like the idea though!
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I think that having a loaner SG or even possibly a SuperMID as well would be awesome.

I will be the bearer of bad news though and say that there should be some sort of time frame before a "Fresh Face" comes to GasSavers before they get a SG in their hands for the mere sum of $20ish. Call me skeptical, but I've had tools of mine loaned out before and have never seen them again.
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I would second the idea if a supermid was involved as well since a lot of us cannot use the Scangauge. Would have to come with some simple instructions though as I believe its not that easy to install the Supermid.
Oh, by the way, thanks for getting us back to the subject Tom. I was kinda crashing this thread
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