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is there a reason why this is posted in the Interior, Audio and Electronics Forum?
Because for some reason this is a popular place to put series I questions even though it is supposed to be series II. Scroll down in the main part of the forum and there are several 2004 and 2005 audio questions.
I'm tempted to say that the there should be no separate forums for the SI/SIIs and fewer sections on the forum. Forums succeed with a critical mass of participants. People lose interest if there is not enough going on. I'd read threads on the S2, but I'm not going to read a section that has had 60 posts in its entire history.
Learn from the RX-7 forum, it has more activity but there are probably fewer of those cars still on the road. There are a lot of differences in the S1-S3 and S4-S5s which could be used to justify separate forums for each, but for the most part there is one technical section for each entire generation.
2006 RX-8 Shinka. Copper Red Mica.
Is there a reason why there are so many series I threads in the series II section?
If not, can an admin move the series I threads out?
Point them out and they will get moved. It's simple.
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Rotary History:1982 RX7 GS, 1985 RX7 GSL-SE, 2004 RX8 Sport-Continuous Rotary Owner since 1985
Racing History:SCCA Solo II 1979-1986, Skip Barber Comp School 1983, SCCA Club Racing 1987-1993, 2004-2011 Track Days