Re: [DMCForum] RE: parts
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Re: [DMCForum] RE: parts



Hi Ken

The SS fuel lines aren't all that good *in my opinion* which is why we
had thermoplastic hoses made. High energy coils may seem to make a
difference, but you never know if replacing the coil with a new original
one would have made the same difference - I personally think in a "blind
test" a car with a new stock system (leads, coil, plugs) would be
identical to one with a supposedly performance ignition setup. Havign
said that, a high energy spark will mask other potential (eg fuel
delivery) problems. Don't buy a NOS coil, get a new one. Those brake
lines make a big difference IF your brake master cylinder is okay (it
can work fine but still be spongy - mine is) and it's well worth
re-bleeding the brakes a week and a few miles after doing it the first
time - you'll usually find a little bit of air in all the calipers.

Martin

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>I'm looking for good set of Delorean Stainless Steel fuel lines
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>other then buying them from Texas. And does any one know if these
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>High Energy coils and ignition system do anything for performance to
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>PRV engines and are they worth doing or does it make things worse
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>I changed my brake line to stainless and didn't see any big changes
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>and some say cross drilled rotors have less fade but more noise.
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>would like some input from all.
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>Thanks
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>Ken
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