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Posted by PM3 on January 08, 2000 at 16:45:25:

In Reply to: Re: i still have stock cats & resonators, is ( posted by PM3 on January 08, 2000 at 16:41:43:

You should LOSE the cats!! then run straight 110, ;-), at least when you're at the dragstrip..your MPH should go up even more, and the car will seriously be sounding mean. That's how all the other Turbos I rode in were, and they sounded just out of this world. From what I have heard, that is a great mod for Turbocharged M3's..CYA>PM3


: : there something that 3-4 gallons of 110 to a 1/2 a tank of 93 would cause a problem?

: Well, I am assuming that 110 octane is 'leaded' fuel, which does harm the catalytic, from what I have heard. Now, VP does offer up to 103 octane fuel, which you could run, because it's unleaded. To my knowledge, this is the highest unleaded octane available..

: ,,, it obviously was cause the mph went up!!!

: Oh, I am sure it gave more HP...

: > so now, based on my estimation, im pushing 450 hp at flywheel. i'll check the computer formulas for mph to see.

: That is way over the most HP I have ever heard of for stage I. Up until now I have heard of 380bhp capablities..something must be up with your car!;)CYA>PM3




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