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azrin6858
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newbie from malaysia

Post by azrin6858 » 29 Aug 2009 23:32

hai thre... im azrin..newbie from malaysia... just found this page. acctualy i have 1 standard 510 and now looking for build it up... so need some advise and example from expert one... thanks :oops: :oops:

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Re: newbie from malaysia

Post by bertvorgon » 30 Aug 2009 06:12

Welcome to the site Azrin.

At the moment, the SEARCH function on this site is broken, soon to be fixed, as is the ability to look at pictures.

I would suggest that you read through as much of the TECHNICAL stuff as you can....then...come up with some sort of a plan...that YOU see yourself wanting to embark upon, with your 510.

Then...you can ask some VERY SPECIFIC QUESTIONS.

There is a lot you can do, depending on your ability to both get parts, and of course MONEY.

So, try and get a sense of what you want to do FIRST, then, we maybe can try to guide you a bit.

Most questions have been asked, and the answers are on this site already, beleive it or not.

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Re: newbie from malaysia

Post by okayfine » 30 Aug 2009 09:52

bertvorgon wrote:I would suggest that you read through as much of the TECHNICAL stuff as you can
Including the various Project threads. You'll find those that have completed their projects and those projects that have fallen out of favor with their owners. LOTS to learn there.

You might also want to give this a read:

http://www.the510realm.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=12575
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