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    Brad got the site up and running again and its finally responsive again! I will be spending some time creating articles based on what I used to have on the old WOT-Tech site before going to Square, as well as posting some more dyno results as we get them @ R&R Motorsports. Still working on what isn't working still, like the avatars, but most seems to be working. Any issues, please post on the forum, or respond to this article.
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