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Antilag site updates


tomj
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A few people have had a private bitch to me about site not moving so finally some work has progressed

www.antilag.com/events/sau1 will be of interest - Fri night cruise in Dec. Was busy socialising so photos aint great.

Also Ants datto is finally up, our launch cruise from last year is up (bugger thats a long time) and so is some other stuff. ill get even more up soon - back to 0 backlog before Motorvation is the goal.

Cheers to a couple of the Antilag boys for their help. - if you get on and it looks the same hold cntrl shift and hit refresh should sort it. (something to do with some peoples isp's refreshing normally including mine)

forums are slowly building www.antilag.com/forums jump on sign up - grown by about 50 members in 10 days so its getting there too. cheers also to a couple of the SAU guys ( you know who) for suggestions on how to improve.

Check out the links section - I showed the love :rofl:

anyhow thanks for your continued support, Tom

p.s check the events section for info on next months cruise :D

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if thats so where have you been paul? i think my post count has passed yours now :D

some of yas may know, but theres LOTS of work involved in keeping this thing fresh, ive spent many hours workin on it as has tom and others.

picture angles rock aswell !!

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