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    Cor pump dead??

    Well I know that Neptune Insiders were testing the Cor back in August since then not a peep! After two years of Neptune promoting it is it now dead!????

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    Nope!
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamchadster View Post
    Nope!
    Well that's so reassuringly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marksw View Post
    Well I know that Neptune Insiders were testing the Cor back in August since then not a peep! After two years of Neptune promoting it is it now dead!????
    Every question is met with silence, or more claims of "soon"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zondebok View Post
    Every question is met with silence, or more claims of "soon"...

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    That is typical for Neptune, and I personally prefer it. I would rather have a product carefully sent out the door with little or no bugs than one sent out with problems because they promised a date and hit roadblocks or QA issues they didn't factor in. A firm date is only ever issued from Neptune when they are 100% certain it is ready to go out the door that day and then they do more testing after that point to play it even more safe.

    You might be an engineer if...You have no life and can prove it mathematically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    That is typical for Neptune, and I personally prefer it. I would rather have a product carefully sent out the door with little or no bugs than one sent out with problems because they promised a date and hit roadblocks or QA issues they didn't factor in. A firm date is only ever issued from Neptune when they are 100% certain it is ready to go out the door that day and then they do more testing after that point to play it even more safe.

    You might be an engineer if...You have no life and can prove it mathematically.
    This seems to be on the extreme end of getting it right...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zondebok View Post
    This seems to be on the extreme end of getting it right...

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    I hope the CORs are better tested than the Wavs were.

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