Good Point. I didn't think of that Maybe that's why we're mostly in the General Discussion and Random chatter areasDaBenz7898 said:its seems like this board has reached a plateau when it comes to discussing new issues w/v6 accords. i don't think its the lack of member participation, but rather a lack of issues to overcome. back in the days of av6.com new issues came up everyday and it seemed i learned something new about my car everyday. but now any newbie that logs on doesn't really need to post questions to build up their av6. if they search properly, they find all the info they ever need covered.
lol......the search function is heavily encouraged on this board, and now people feel that the forum is dead.
i myself am getting bored w/my av6. i've read about my car as much possible, and since i'm not a hard-core tuner nor do i have a show car, i'm really not interested in discussing new advanced mods that are available.....maybe i'm getting old....lol
btw, props to the mods who have put the e-store together :up:
lol....#3 and #4 sorta contradict each other. v6p is made up of regular v6 drivers. there isn't some ceo sitting in a big office somewhere.....is there, dizzy? lol......in fact, members should take it upon themselves to set up local meets, especially if the nearest one is more than a hours drive away. having more than 5 people coordinate a time/place is tough enough, organizing a national meet is next to impossible but i think the only reason that the VA beach meet never happened because of lack of commintment from the members (that includes me too). instead i prefer working on getting local meets. there's no moderator for the "northeast" chapter. but us boston area members took it upon ourselves to get together. now we even have our own "massachusetts" chapter.......its the combined effort of individuals that will help this forum succeed (and it has). we don't pay any dues, so we should expect anything more than what we put into it. -- my .026speedv6 said:3. V6P needs to show the organization strength to its members. The fact that the July 19 meet in VA Beach never happened speaks for itself.
4. V6P can not (should not) rely on members to set up V6P activities. If someone wants to have a meet 1.5 hrs (or more) away from me, why should I go more than once? Why can't I try to set one up myself in a closer place? I will not even get started with the starting time.