It has been a long time coming and I have finally had a chance to finish and upload the new EPIC engineering website athttps://www.EPICSuspension.com The site is not 100% done and will never be. I will continue to tweak and update the site weekly. Earlier this week I had (what I hope is) the final iteration of the EPIC 2008+ STi springs fitted. Pending a few more road and drive ability tests we should be going into production with them shortly. This will be followed by more heavy website updates. Click here to check it out! let me know your thoughts.
I have had this problem with two computers running both Windows Vista and Windows 7. All seem to be when I am using my Samsung monitors through DVI port. The reason is because Photo Viewer uses a color profile that is not properly calibrated. The easy fix is to switch the color profile to the standard IE color Profile… […]
About a year ago I was diagnosed with cancer. I went through my surgery and began Chemotherapy shortly after I recovered. I was in Chemo for a little over 3 months about 7 days a week 8 hours a day. Questions I frequently get asked by friends and other patients is what it does to your body and will you recover 100%. ( Be the same afterwards ) I can not speak on behalf of all Chemo patients… But, I HAVE recovered 100% and with some hard work got myself to the best shape I have ever been in my life. Dealing with Cancer is a very much a layered cake. All I am going to go into detail about here are the effects Chemo has on your body and how long it took for me to get back to normal. I will write more on other aspects of the whole experience in other posts. […]
I have been running Windows 7 RC 7100 on my MSI Wind U120 for a few weeks now. When I started I was dual booting W7 and XP but, now I am exclusively on W7 and removed the XP partition. The only issue I have run into are with programs that are not optimized for Windows 7 ( Such as Skype ) but, the latest batch of Win Updates have cleared that up and I expect that to continue over the next few months. See the screenshot gallery and details after the jump… […]
Last week I was down in Southern California and was able to visit Eibach USA manufacturing facility. I was eager to get an update on when the springs would be available. Eibach is currently a bit behind but I should have the springs by mid June. Here are a couple of images I took of Eibach USA facility. […]