[DML] Bolt On Performance.
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[DML] Bolt On Performance.

Not to downplay any "bolt on" performance upgrade, but
most of these upgrades are done at a point where the
old NOS parts are worn out anyway.

Do you know that you would not have gotten the same
improvement if you had replaced the
plugs/wires/coil/cap/rotor with new "stock" parts?

--- welmoedj <joe.dalton@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Harold,
> why would you put something in between "old" stuff
> to get some gain, 
> when replacing old parts with better performing
> parts will really 
> improve? I have replaced coil and cables by Johns
> 40kV coil and MSD 
> cables. Result: 2 more kilometers per liter (approx
> 5 Mi per gallon).
> Furthermore my car has more spunk even at lower
> speeds, but performs 
> awfully better at higher rpms. I guess a quarter
> mile now probably 
> would bring blush on muscle cars now :D
> And I have to agree on Johns prices: Nology over
> here (Europe) costs 
> some 400 US Dollar! My set from John only 172
> including shipping.
> I rest my case.
> Welmoed.

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