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  • #16
    trying to cover things up heh?
    Well it won't work this time

    Well, anyways, what does everyone think of ZeroForum?

    Summarise your opinion in one word:

    Me -

    "Ewwww"
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    http://www.AutomotiveForums.com

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    • #17
      Originally posted by auto
      trying to cover things up heh?
      Well it won't work this time

      Well, anyways, what does everyone think of ZeroForum?

      Summarise your opinion in one word:

      Me -

      "Ewwww"
      it's fast but ain't vB that's for sure vB all the way

      besides it's Zeroforum @ US$20/GB
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      • #18
        how much do you think honda-tech are paying for it then per month? ek... it would be thousands of $..

        i bet that it was made by the admin at honda-tech who then thought.. i know... lets offer it to other people... (just like vbulletin i guess!)
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        • #19
          im pretty sure honda-tech is affiliated with ZeroForum, otherwise the site wont exist
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          • #20
            Yeah, that could be. It looks promising but I don't see how they could cover their costs.
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            • #21
              I realize this is an old thread but I became interested in Zero Forum too after seeing that not only the Honda forum was using it but also VWVortex ( http://vwvortex.com/ ) and the Corvette forum ( http://forums.corvetteforum.com/zeromain ). These are two pretty large member-based message boards.

              The page layouts look pretty nice and the server speeds/ software access are extremely fast. A friend of mine, who is a regular member on the Corvette forum, said he is unaware of any software problems and to his knowledge the site has never gone down or even become slow.

              It's intriguing that Zero Forum takes care of everything under one unmbrella: software, server, service, etc.

              Does anyone have any more current comments about Zero Forums since I found this thread using "Search" and it's quite old.

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