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Fab's processor schematic.

Wanna start your own fuel station? Here's Mr. Fabman's drawings.
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Im illiterate and cannot read plans with my color blindness....haha I saw it when it was in black and white in person...neener neener neener...Thank you for posting!!!!!!
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Not a problem. BTW, one of the perks of joining clubFTE is you gain the ability to post attachments. More user functions, fewer ads, blah blah blah.....it's easily worth the $15 IMO http://www.clubfte.com/

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