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Re: Big mistake
> From: Eliot Lim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Message-Id: <9212122044.AA16336@lanmola.engr.washington.edu>
> Subject: Re: Big mistake
> To: quattro@aries.East.Sun.COM (Quattro mailing list)
> Date: Sat, 12 Dec 92 12:44:03 PST
> In-Reply-To: <9212120745.AA13031@bazooka.amb.org>; from "Ti Kan" at Dec 11, 92 11:45 pm
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> i think that the cheapest way to upgrade the performance of a non
> turbo 100/5000 is to simply trade up to a 200/5000T. the dirt cheap
> prices for the used turbo cars make most of the other options look
> quite silly really. it will not be as risky as unknown aftermarket
> pieces that mechanics may or may not know how to fix. $16K for a 1989
> 200TQ? perfect upgrade.
> my 2 cents..
Eliots advice is by far the least expensive and most reliable way to
achieve more HP.
2 more cents..