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Help, Advice and DIY Tutorials on Volvo's extremely popular car line -- Volvo's 1990s "bread and butter" cars -- powered by the ubiquitous and durable Volvo inline 5-cylinder engine.
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Post by abscate » Sat Dec 09, 2017 5:22 am

You should find the XC90 forum here

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Post by mrjay62 » Mon May 28, 2018 5:57 pm

HI Everyone.
Can I Blame my poor English on being Born in the Bronx... ?

We ain't bes shooled the Sames.

Great site so helpful Thank You All!



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Post by loveMy850 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 11:23 am

Ok Got it!

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Post by loveMy850 » Sun Jul 01, 2018 8:42 pm

Thanks Matt. I really love the forum, There are times I'd had been lost without it. You guys are the best....👍

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Post by Pentacyl » Sun Nov 04, 2018 10:37 am

Thank you, Matt, for an excellent forum. I'm using this as a reply to you PM, asking how I came to find the forum. When I tried to reply, the system pinged it back!

I found the forum when searching for info on Nivomats, their codes and springs. In desparation at the rubbish I was getting locally, I looked further afield and bingo. Long-story-short, I found it all via this forum, in reputedly the largest world Volvo market, the USA - probably due to all those 'Sveedish' viking descendants in Minnesota!

Two Nivos are winging their way across the pond as I write. Bought new from a main dealer at a half-price $217.00USD, each. Shipped, duty paid and delivered, they're still less than half £450.00GBP, each. I'm using matching Bilstein springs, which are quite competively priced here, £21.00GBP, each.

My first posting resulted in a prompt and satisfactory resolution to my rear fog light problem - there were none showing. Please see post for full info - no snaps yet.

So there you have it. Sorry it's a bit rambling, hope I haven't hijacked the thread but it incorporates a reply to your PM.

Hope also that my English passes muster, so to speak, written with a plummy accent, of course!

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Post by polskamafia mjl » Sat Jan 19, 2019 3:42 pm

Acronyms seriously suck. The following story comes from https://gist.github.com/klaaspieter/12c ... cdd4ea1764

From time to time, Musk will send out an e-mail to the entire company to enforce a new policy or let them know about something that's bothering him. One of the more famous e-mails arrived in May 2010 with the subject line: Acronyms Seriously Suck:

There is a creeping tendency to use made up acronyms at SpaceX. Excessive use of made up acronyms is a significant impediment to communication and keeping communication good as we grow is incredibly important. Individually, a few acronyms here and there may not seem so bad, but if a thousand people are making these up, over time the result will be a huge glossary that we have to issue to new employees. No one can actually remember all these acronyms and people don't want to seem dumb in a meeting, so they just sit there in ignorance. This is particularly tough on new employees.

That needs to stop immediately or I will take drastic action - I have given enough warning over the years. Unless an acronym is approved by me, it should not enter the SpaceX glossary. If there is an existing acronym that cannot reasonably be justified, it should be eliminated, as I have requested in the past.

For example, there should be not "HTS" [horizontal test stand] or "VTS" [vertical test stand] designations for test stands. Those are particularly dumb, as they contain unnecessary words. A "stand" at our test site is obviously a test stand. VTS-3 is four syllables compared with "Tripod", which is two, so the bloody acronym version actually takes longer to say than the name!

The key test for an acronym is to ask whether it helps or hurts communication. An acronym that most engineers outside of SpaceX already know, such as GUI, is fine to use. It is also ok to make up a few acronyms/contractions every now and again, assuming I have approved them, e.g. MVac and M9 instead of Merlin 1C-Vacuum or Merlin 1C-Sea Level, but those need to be kept to a minimum."



Can we please leave the made up acronyms at the door? They don't save you any time typing them and they impede communication - which is the whole point of an internet forum.
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