I see how it is, Nobody wants to talk to me. Good luck with the knock.
I saw an article about this. They said that the FAA has some major laws against this. If it is in line of sight of the operator then it is considered
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I think another pro would be additional employment because people need to maintain and operate those drone as well as additional warehouses = more employees
I would start with cleaning the MAF Sensor, and then check for Vacuum Leaks, as doing these 2-items will cost you very little, and may correct
It's a neat idea for sure but I am thinking the cons outweigh the pros on this one:
very quick delivery
I have never cleaned my MAF sensor and my O2 sensors are originaly. I figure cleaning my MAF and replacing my O2 sensors is a good place to start.
EDIT: didnt see Burbans post. enchiladas sound awesome!
Dana: Yuck, doesnt sound good. and the food wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.
McClintoc.....correct regarding the Amount of Air "Too Much" the Sensor's provide a reading of the Air:Fuel Ratio leaving the Engine's Cylinders,
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