[DML] Re: Bolt On Performance.
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[DML] Re: Bolt On Performance.

Biggest flaw in your argument: High voltage ignition is *LESS*
expensive than stock. 

Using John's website:
OEM quality (18K coil and Bougicord wires): $120.
Performance (40K Pertronix coil and 8mm wires): $105.

$105 vs $120 -- you do the math....

I really don't understand why HEI sticks so badly in your claw. If
people were spending even 10% over stock cost you might have a (rather
weak) argument. When they're spending *LESS* than stock cost, your
argument evaporates altogether.

BTW: I recommend the 8.5mm wireset over 8mm. 

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@...> wrote:
> I never said NOT to try to improve your "D". What I AM trying to 
> point out is that there is a very limited amount of improvement to 
> be gained by buying expensive "performance" parts. In many cases 
> there will be NO improvement. You really have to look at it as 
> a "bang-for-the-buck" kind of equation. You can spend a little to 
> get a little and you can spend a lot and get a little too! Be very 
> suspicous of big claims for ANY device. An example of real gains can 
> be seen with synthetic oil. It has been documented by independant 
> labs that you CAN get as much as 10 extra HP by converting to 
> synthetic oil. Of course much depends on your individual car but in 
> this case the gains ARE real. Small, but real. Air filters are also 
> another simple bolt-on that has documented gains. Again, small,but 
> measureable. Measureable does not mean you will notice it in 
> driving! For too many owners I can give a tip that costs NOTHING but 
> can improve gas mileage, safety, and handling. CHECK YOUR TIRE 
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757

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