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Sprint Layout 6 20l

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Sprint Layout 6 20l

Note: Apparently ps2_gxemu SPU layout changed at some point (maybe ps2_emu too), and above table is not accurate for latest emu versions.0-6 layout for ps2_gxemu currently look like this: IOP, SPU2, IPU, VU1, EEDMA, GSGIF, UNK(probably isolation).

Functional features like ventilation, pockets, waist adjustment, and the shorts' waist closure system impact a rider's experience when climbing and descending in a pair of mountain bike shorts. Our assessment of each short measures how useful the incorporated features are and their impact on the rider's experience. While the layout and ease of use of features like pockets and waist adjustment seem to be an afterthought in some short designs, others appear to have been agonized over. The result in the latter's case is a short that is intuitive, sleek, and functional. We used and abused these shorts during testing, and after hundreds of hours, we can tell you what works and what doesn't.

There's plenty of regular Falcon in the Sprint. And from the second you step in it gives the impression of a car heading towards retirement. The basic layout is looking tired, and there are Falcon hangovers; the buttons on the steering wheel aren't illuminated at night, for example, and the steering wheel doesn't lift high enough, the start of a compromised seating position that somehow never really feels right (sure, it's a personal thing, but experience in the Drive office suggests I'm not alone).

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