[DML] Bolt On Performance.
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My car runs better right after I wash it too..

Dave, Mike, and I have been making the same point. 
That is, these "performance" parts *MAY* not be giving
the numbers that companies like MSD, Pertronics, Bosch
and other claim.   Clearly, they are trying to sell
their product.

Bill is correct when he says we are making a bigger
deal about this than it needs to be, but is incorrect
in making it sound like those of us questioning bolt
on performance (and, this is not DeLorean specific)
are saying these items are bad.

I run an aftermarket "high power" coil in 1860, I
think it is the MSD brand.  I bought it because the
chrome looks cool, and I wanted to replace the tired
old coil anyway.  Does it make the car run better?  I
don't know, I did not do a before and after test on a
impartial piece of equipment.

John sells some very nice products, and if the 8.5
wires are cheaper than the 8's, why not go for the
"better" ones?


--- John Hervey <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Mike, 
> You can prove it. Put it on your car and if you
> don't see and feel the
> improvement I'll take it back. Also, Go to K & N and
> read their data. I
> don't think they lie. Go to MSD, Pertronics, Bosch,
> Taylor and others and
> read their data. 
> I put things on and try out on my car not to try to
> prove them wrong but to
> see how much of an improvement there will be. 
> Look at the positive side. This doesn't mean you
> have to do it with all
> things because sometimes there is reason to be aware
> of something. But it
> doesn't hurt to try with in reason. If you want to
> put everything on a dyno
> to test it then be my guest, but I don't need to
> know the HP on everything
> when I can feel the difference.
> 
> There is saying that is:
> Be not the first to try on the new nor yet the last
> to thrown the old away.
> 
> I also don't see any reason to run to the Dyno every
> time I or anyone makes
> a small change. Most of the manufactures do that for
> us.
> Jump in the water is fine.
> John Hervey
> www.specialtauto.com
> www.deloreanautoparts.com
> 
> 

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