[V8] [s-cars] For Sale, 1 Soul

Bruce Bell bbell at surview.com
Mon Feb 12 01:26:38 EST 2007

Ouch... It isn't that bad unless you are half way up Pikes Peak. Good grief,
you're talking 25%, 17-18% is more realistic at Denver elevations. Darn it,
now I'm thinking of all the money I'd be willing to spend to get a 15%
increase..... Oh well, at least most of the competition is in the same boat.
And for those that aren't, I have the RS2'd UrS, at least when the boost
finally comes on......

'03 S8 with super powers in San Diego
'06 S4 diminuative energy in colorado; but, big, big fun
'95.5 S6 somwhere in Detroit, I think?
'84 urQ at home in colorado
And a wife with an '06 A3 3.2 who can't make any sense of any of this....

-----Original Message-----
From: calvinlc at earthlink.net [mailto:calvinlc at earthlink.net] 
Sent: Saturday, February 10, 2007 3:02 PM
To: Pasqualoni, James E; kentmclean at comcast.net; quattro at audifans.com;
s-car-list at audifans.com; v8 at audifans.com
Subject: Re: [s-cars] For Sale, 1 Soul

Agreed, at sea level.  At altitude, the naturally aspirated stuff just loses
too much, in my opinion.  If you want to know what the B6 feels like at
altitude and you are at sea level simply unplug two injectors or coil wires
and there you go....pretty close :)

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