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Old 01-16-2019, 10:56 AM
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Yeah for what ever reason it seems Dyno figures coming out of Australia are substantially less then typical US based test. Maybe it has something to do with not only the toilets flushing in reverse, but the fuel as well
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Originally Posted by BearNVa View Post
I need to know the same thing... I have an F22c with 164000 miles on it and I'm wanting to boost it. The power is outdated compared to other vehicles that are on the market. I just want it updated so that it will last another 200000 thousand miles but with boost.
I wouldn't touch the engine unless there's a reason to. Do a compression test and leak down to verify its health and if it checks out ok, you're good to go.
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