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Old 03-09-2017, 07:01 AM   #51 (permalink)
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wow getting attacked for all ends? that's what happens when yours works or beats the competition.

i'am just glad that all my time, money, and hard work paid off.

and a big thanks to all the customers that are happy with the results and providing feedback. good or bad. i appreciate that.

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This makes it easy to decide what clutch kit to go with...
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Just for clarity on this Long Gone Leo and Gabes share a computer/IP so,,,
Not saying your assumption is wrong.. But these days IPv4 adresses are scarce and expensive.
CGNAT is an actual thing now. A single IP could just tell you they are both customers of a certain ISP.
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Not saying your assumption is wrong.. But these days IPv4 adresses are scarce and expensive.
CGNAT is an actual thing now. A single IP could just tell you they are both customers of a certain ISP.
You're absolutely right on the shared IP address topic. But the key statement from HSR was the shared computer ... that was the tell tale sign of these two accounts being tied to one another.
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Here's a video of NSR Rick testing his clutching out. Wonder if the timing system beams are behind the sheds? Or just further up the driveway.

https://www.facebook.com/NorthstarPe...type=3&theater
BUSTED!!! I used my kids account to post this. I haven't posted on HCSer in a LONG TIME. Not worth it anymore, get jumped on by moderators, because were not a advertiser. Even if it's just helping guys out with things other than clutching.

Didn't post anything negative about NSR, just thought it was funny.
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BUSTED!!! I used my kids account to post this. I haven't posted on HCSer in a LONG TIME. Not worth it anymore, get jumped on by moderators, because were not a advertiser. Even if it's just helping guys out with things other than clutching.

Didn't post anything negative about NSR, just thought it was funny.
So below,,,,,, is this you talking about yourself in the third person??? Talk about shameless sales tactics. Go peddle your shit somewhere else . NSR is here if guys need help

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Here's the closest thing I've seen anywhere on someone that has/used both Gabes and Ricks clutching. With Video's.

Indy 600 clutching | Polaris Snowmobile Forum

Sounds like he started off using Gabes, went over to Ricks and couldn't get it to work right and is now back to Gabes.
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So below,,,,,, is this you talking about yourself in the third person??? Talk about shameless sales tactics. Go peddle your shit somewhere else . NSR is here if guys need help
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Old 06-20-2017, 09:52 AM   #60 (permalink)
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https://polarisstarpower.com/threads...clutching.166/

That is a unbiased review by somebody that has ran both companies clutching. No need on that forum for a moderator to jump in and sell their advertisers product. Just honest feedback.

Funny thing is............ He is running our regular high performance trail set up. Rick had to send something that he recommended for RACING. What's the poor guy going to do the other 90% of the time he's riding?? (post #9 & #11 on that thread)

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