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



(hands clapping loudly)

Amen!

This is what needs to be done. However I think most people will live  
by John's " Just Buy It", "Return it if you dont like it" slogans.

If I had access to a Dyno I would do it.

Maybe we should all do what John says, we all should buy his  
performance tune-up kit, try it and then send it back if we dont see  
a difference. However in order for this to work we all have to give  
our cars a fresh stock tune-up first and then install his Performance  
parts.

I have a feeling John will end up having a big sale on used  
Performance parts.

Mark V


On Oct 25, 2007, at 11:24 AM, Soma576@xxxxxxx wrote:

>
> This is absolutely ridiculous.? I think many people on the DML  
> would like to have this solved once and for all so the arguing can  
> stop.?
>
> I don't see a single person on here saying the 'performance' parts  
> don't work well in the DeLorean.? But it is truely surprising that  
> a handful of DML'ers are either avoiding the real question or  
> simply just don't get it.?
>
> The REAL QUESTION is "What Horsepower or Torque Advantage Will I  
> Have When Using 'Performance Parts' Versus My NEW STOCK OEM (Not 25  
> year old garbage) Parts?"?
>
> Why is it so unreasonable to provide this information or to ask the  
> question?? The question is not whether it costs more, or does it  
> fit, or is it 'proper' to put non-stock parts on, it's about what  
> will someone like me, with 11596, which had a full OEM-style tune- 
> up three years ago, runs?properly and gets 30 mpg on the interstate  
> at 75 mph and starts immediately every single time??- what gain  
> will someone like ME get????
>
> Surely someone on here has access to a dyno.? Who out there  
> does????? Once someone volunteers, I think Hervey needs to donate a  
> tune-up kit so someone can put up some numbers.? It's unreasonable  
> to make claims, then when someone asks you to prove it, to say I  
> don't have to, but if you don't believe me, spend the cash so I  
> make a profit on your tests.? It would be better for someone like  
> Hervey to say, "I have so much confidence in my product, that I  
> will LOAN it to someone who has a dyno to test it and prove the  
> claims."? Then he gets his product back after a 5 minute run.? The  
> catch would be to make sure the two or three runs are  
> scientifically controlled, so that any variance is absolutely  
> dependant on the parts used.? And it shouldn't be conducted by  
> someone with a hot head...
>
> So now, who has a dyno??
>
> Andy
> VIN 11596


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