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Old 04-18-2007, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default using google search, making "coustom" a search

instead of searching the whole site for one thing, how do you used it by section or by using key words?

As in I want to search under the, LS1-LS6 internal engine for a 226/226 cam. How do I use the search just for that forum, and not the entire site.

Same for just searching titles? I already looked through the posts, sorry if it's already there.
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i dont like the whole google search thing either we cant search posts by user name anymore either
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You can't search by specific forum using google, just a site search.

However, if we didn't switch to google, the site would barely run for portions of the day due to the traffic. Give and take....
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You can't search by specific forum using google, just a site search.

However, if we didn't switch to google, the site would barely run for portions of the day due to the traffic. Give and take....
I don't mind, just some kind of filter would be nice
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During off-peak hours, click search, then click on advanced search. TONS of options in there
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When you use google search, you very litterally using GOOGLE, not our website. We cannot control how google does site searches.
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