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Posted by PM3 on October 06, 2000 at 14:11:20:

In Reply to: OBDII turbo kit posted by G.M. on October 06, 2000 at 13:51:50:

on an OBD II, 3.2L car you may want to go with the SC (I like the Turbos a lot, however...driven a few SC'd and Turbo cars and the turbos are way more for a street car/drag car, SC are probably better for road track use--more predictable/linear, and less heat---in my honest opinion) considering the fact the AA doesn't have the OBD II system fully developed, where as Dinan does (I drove a 97 with one and it was beautifully done)..
And I've heard of many cars going 10s of 1000s of miles with them..wouldn't be surprised if the car lasted 100k with one...CYA>PM3

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