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jporter12 last won the day on December 8 2014

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About jporter12

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  • Birthday 08/05/1973

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    jporter12
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    Johnstown, Ohio
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    04 EX250 Ninja

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  1. It records in a loop, overwriting the oldest. I bought the "better" version, higher resolution cameras, 4TB hard drive. It has some really nice controls and features in it. More of the stuff I would expect in a "Professional" NVR system. I've had it running for a few months without a hiccup. I wanted the wired system over wifi, for reliability, and to keep wifi traffic at a minimum. One thing I really like is that to use the remote access, you don't setup an account to give anyone any identifying information. You mentioned a keyboard on it, I tried, it didn't work, IIRC. I will usually access it with the web interface, you just have to locate the IP address for it, and type that into your browser. It's a bit more user friendly than the mouse and monitor connected to the unit. It doesn't work in Chrome, so I use Internet Explorer. As for storage space, mine with the higher resolution cameras, only running 2 of them, I have 24/7 recordings since Feb 3, and it's just about to run out of space, and start overwriting. One thing I love about mine: I have one inside, pointing at a door, and monitoring the dining room/kitchen (kids.) I will pull up the cameras on my iPad, the use Google home to broadcast through the Google Mini, and freak the kids out! It's funny to watch! I did some research and the system is based on a Chinese system, but at a better price, with the WD name behind it. If I need to add more cameras, I might just buy a complete second system, because it comes out cheaper than 4 cameras!
  2. I thought I saw you on there last night, Danimal was telling stories about his trip, and I don't think you could get a word in! LOL
  3. That computer has seen too much, from being in your house. LOL
  4. And of course it had to be Uncle Pink...
  5. You at a bike dealership now? No more selling cars?
  6. A well developed ABS system can take care of most anything you could think of.
  7. jporter12

    FFS Casper

    It's been unfucked! Woohoo!
  8. jporter12

    FFS Casper

    It's busted, Jim. Just busted.
  9. All that just to make sammiches? LOL Seriously though, well done!
  10. Damn, I've never had that kind of issue dealing with Anker! I thought they were much better than that, sending me free stuff, and a free replacement to ease a bad review. This was on $40 earbuds, though. @Steve Butters One thing I wonder about with having one of these on the bike in the AZ heat would be how would the Li-Ion batteries hold up to the heat? I wouldn't want to see it burn your ass (literally) if it doesn't like the heat.
  11. I'm not sure what the break-in recommendations are for a new motorcycle, but with cars there is none. The technology and tolerances we have today have made break-in obsolete. I'd bet new bikes that have a break-in period do so just a a CYA strategy for the manufacturer. As for the engine in the OP, it sounds as though someone built the engine for them, so I would get with the builder and do what they recommend, since they will be the one that has to stand behind their work.
  12. jporter12

    Goodbye OR

    That was an unnecessary comma...
  13. I met him at least a time or 2 on rides, interacted with him here and on Facebook, enough to know that he was a good guy. Man, this sucks.
  14. He plays there. I didn't know it was a weekly thing though.
  15. One of my co-workers plays some pretty serious foos. He was telling me the other day that he's taking a meek of in Feb, I believe, to go to a tournament in Texas. I never knew such a thing existed!
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