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Old 08-06-2019, 03:03 PM
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Default Re: so no possibility to use more s3s but what about the S1

Originally Posted by J-S-Q View Post
And just to extend that question (not sure if it's been answered already), is it likely that we will be able to run 1 or more S1's alongside an S3?
For the same reason as no to multiple S3's, unlikely we would be able to do S1's with S3.

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