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Unread postPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 11:48 am 
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I want one.


lol

Is it effective?

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Unread postPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 1:21 pm 
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indyman007 wrote:
I want one.


lol

Is it effective?


:lol:

Well, I'm not sure if you mean if it is effective overall, since all Fuel "coolers" looks just like that, Except the "Turbo Air" sticker. But who knows, maybe that sticker makes it extra good? :P

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sgtprobe wrote:
the "Turbo Air" sticker.

It's not a sticker, it's a sheet of plastic. In the normal Fuel it's transparent.

indyman007 wrote:
I want one.

It is not for sale. It's not even mine. And since this is a prototype, you won't find it anywhere, except inside SGI maybe.

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Oh yeah, the turbo badge is easily an extra +25 horses :)

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jan-jaap wrote:
sgtprobe wrote:
the "Turbo Air" sticker.

It's not a sticker, it's a sheet of plastic. In the normal Fuel it's transparent.


Yeah, I know, but I meant that the "turbo air" is a sticker put on the transparent plastic, got a Fool myself, so I know that it is transparent plastic. But maybe it's printed on, instead of a sticker? :)

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Unread postPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 6:13 pm 
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sgtprobe wrote:
Yeah, I know, but I meant that the "turbo air" is a sticker put on the transparent plastic, got a Fool myself, so I know that it is transparent plastic. But maybe it's printed on, instead of a sticker? :)

Scan it, jan-jaap, and we can all upgrade our Fools !


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hamei wrote:
Scan it, jan-jaap, and we can all upgrade our Fools !


Doesn't look hard to recreate from scratch; SGI corporate font and a jaggy looking silver graphic effect :)

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jan-jaap wrote:
sgtprobe wrote:
the "Turbo Air" sticker.

It's not a sticker, it's a sheet of plastic. In the normal Fuel it's transparent.


In my regular Fuel it is also blue, and if I am not mistaken has also the turbo air sticker.

Will have to check, since it has been a while since I have opened or even used my Fuel.


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hamei wrote:
Scan it, jan-jaap, and we can all upgrade our Fools !

Here's a better photo. I don't have a flat bed scanner handy, and I doubt that the scanner will play nice with this semi-transparent plastic.


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jan-jaap wrote:
hamei wrote:
Scan it, jan-jaap, and we can all upgrade our Fools !

Here's a better photo. I don't have a flat bed scanner handy, and I doubt that the scanner will play nice with this semi-transparent plastic.



hehehe.. That's just great jan-jaap, now we can easily get some extra power out of our Fools with that turbo thingy text. :lol:

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^^ :idea: I think I'm gonna chrome mine .... should be good for another 50 hz.


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Do we know if this fuel was a prototype for the fuel that came out and that we all use or is it the prototype for something above the fuel we have now?

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Oh great. Do I have to go and make a signature for this now? :roll:

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no, you don't. Just recolor the red one.


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sybrfreq wrote:
no, you don't. Just recolor the red one.

The logo is still on the front. ;)

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