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

BA HA HA HA! sheltered corner.

I want to know what performance gain there is. 1 or 2 HP isn't  
nothing if you are shelling out a lot more for performance parts.

I have had performance cars in the past. This theory of putting on  
parts that are Performance doesn't mean squat unless there are  
numbers to show proof.

Performance part makers dont sell pars by saying "100's of people  
bought them and noticed the difference". Like I said you can probably  
get the same results by just replacing your worn out parts with new  
stock spec parts.

Like you said yourself "I'm sure it would be money down the drain"!  
Yep with the small number of HP you gain it would be money down the  
drain. Same goes for the people who are running 92+ octane in their  
stock delorean saying it is making it faster.

I might be in a sheltered corner but I dont believe in advertising  
slogans like "Just Buy It!"

Mark V

On Oct 24, 2007, at 2:25 AM, welmoedj wrote:

> Even if John would go for it and do the dyno himself, I'm sure it
> would be money down the drain as again you would ignore that and say
> the results were "coloured".
> Keep sitting in your sheltered corner while the world moves on!
> Welmoed.

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