[200q20v] FS: 282 BHP 3B ECUs from Europe

Brett Dikeman brett at cloud9.net
Mon Dec 31 14:27:20 EST 2001

At 5:12 PM -0800 12/30/01, Orin Eman wrote:

>Come on, he was perfectly correct to say 1.4 bar boost.
>'Boost' is by definition MAP - atmospheric.  Unfortunately,
>the word boost is what is usually used incorrectly around here
>and that is what should be corrected.

Yeah, true.  But the majority uses the term the wrong way, we should
at least be consistent :-)

>>  >   and a twin-cone K&N airfilter
>>  Complete garbage.  Cone filters do not provide smooth enough airflow
>>  for the MAF sensor, and K&N elements do not provide sufficient
>>  filtering.
>It's closer to 400 HP when the airflow becomes a problem.
>I still wouldn't use a K&N though due to the unreliability
>of the filtering.

Yeah, not to mention the fact that the stock airbox is perfectly fine
for almost any HP levels people choose to run.  The claim that the
twin-cone filter yields "another .2 bar" means someone has been
inhaling the fumes from that spray can of K&N oil...

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