I tried joining but I'm annoyed as hell with the way the process is for being a new member. The way you are just limited to the Welcome center is a turn off from the site and I can't post anything without moderators approval. I even wanted someone to explain to me the point of having that setup because obviously they lose a lot of new members that way but guess what Moderators never approved my post. It sounds like a good site but the point of a site is to participate and its kind of pointless to me at least if you're on probation and you haven't even started yet. How long did it take you to get outta newbie jail? I'm on the verge of just canceling my profile.
I'm at 12 posts, 37 comments in my welcome thread and I still have comments that weren't even approved by mods yet. How is my only thread supposed to stay alive? Hell I even went into other newbies inro thread and I can't even see the pics they upload because I'm not approved.
Have you seen the welcome center? Half the people that sign up don't even make it past 10 posts they all just leave. I just don't see the point that's all. Don't mind my rant I just like logic and I don't see it with that rule.
Honestly, you have no idea the idiots that would just from SaturnFans to Sixthsphere back before that rule was in effect. Everyday was a new thread of basically SOHC/automatic noobs who didn't want to do a simple DOHC swap but wanted to make ridiculous power, or just ricers making unrealistic claims and nothing to back it up.
Sixthsphere kinda prides itself in being a closed-group DIY kind of forum, which I like because there's very few people who take the S-Series seriously.
I am also a member on that forum but I am not active. Most of those guys are pretty decent. I got into with a few members about the comparisons between an SC2 and a IRL. Of course they defended the S car and said I didn't know what I was talking about.
Little did they know I have both vehicles sitting in my driveway...
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