Was trying to integrate Parallel function call into one of my clr codes. It worked when I tried unit test on it through VS. But it somehow failed to deploy on my SQL 2008. Searching further, it seems SQL2008 supports CLR2.0 at most.
Am thinking if there is a workaround to it, and found this link Deploy .NET 4.0 class library to SQL Server 2008… failed verification. Works by adding the assembly manually which would make it work. I didn’t try it since I scrap the idea off.
Written by admin on June 17th, 2013 with no comments.
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Got mine changed after running on stock for 94k on odo. I can’t recall if there is any difference or sign of absorber aging and being peculiar and curious, I try my very best to feel for any hardness/sound when the car drive through potholes. Trying to remember almost every feel of it driving (driving over the yellow lines (zebra crossing), cornering, and over those potholes, I thought I could compare what it would feels like after changing to Koni FSD.
The price is quite hefty tho, mid 3k. Finger crossing it’s worth every cent spent. After I got the car, drove it back home and along the way, I didn’t feel any different to be honest. I got quite disappointed to be frank. I thought to myself, this is my last to get a “luxury” mod.
So that was my first day experience with it. Then as time passed, I drove my car like I used to (normal city driving) and at time, I try to feel if it do have any different comparing the experience of before-mod. Probably it’s only short drive or probably like what some have said, it needs to “run in” and only then one could feel the exceptional feature of Koni FSD. Only time will tell.
Only when I found a chance to really put it to full test when my family organized a trip to Genting. I can feel that the car is slightly more comfortable, it didn’t have the “floating” feels. It’s more “planted” on the road. And, the huge difference that I proudly say, it improves alot on cornering. I don’t know how to describe it, but like what posted by some reviewer on the forum, it corners horizontally. Usually when I drive up hill on a stock shock, on every corner I made would make the passengers to move from one side to another. I myself would need to align alittle to better position myself doing the corners. But after the replacement, it’s turns out to be a different experience. I would gives it a thumbs up. Oh and, after coming back from that trip, driving on short trips do makes a different. It’s more comfortable driving the same car except for the abs. Excellent. Wonderful. Awesome. This is it, I’ll make sure to have my abs replaced with this on future replacement (if it’s sustainable like how the normal abs last).
Written by admin on March 8th, 2013 with no comments.
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