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



Welmoed - What you have done is exactly what I am trying to convey.  You
took out old, original-equipment parts and replaced them with something else
and got an improvement.  

I don't doubt that you got an improvement.  

What you have not shown is any improvement over NEW original-equipment
parts with the parts you put in.  Who knows - you might have put in brand 
new original equipment parts and got 30 mpg on that tankful instead of the 
27 you measured.  

--
Mike


-------------- Original message from "welmoedj" <joe.dalton@xxxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 


> I can do nothing but agree with John's arguments. 
> However to silence the comments I will provide data in the near 
> future. 
> Since I bought the car I kept track of mileage and fuel quantities 
> used. 
> Over 5500 Miles that resulted in 22.5 Miles per gallon. 
> I now will first drive around enough to have more miles and gallons 
> from the moment I changed coil and cables. 
> The first full tank however already showed a better fuel consumption 
> (increase of mileage up to 27.05 per gallon). And have not yet 
> changed the spark plug gap. 
> Should this mileage stay steadily I only can say again: case proven! 
> 
> I only would like to know when David considers improvement to be 
> performance (improvement)? Only when HP or Torque is largely improved? 
> Moreover, like John noted "Ounces make pounds". 
> 
> Welmoed. 
> 
> 

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