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

Or that it doesn't work.


On 10/25/07, John Hervey <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>   For what, just to prove a point that it works.
> John
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> 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
> [long quote trimmed by hatchet-happy moderator]

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