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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-04-05, 05:14 AM Thread Starter
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Hi all.

I have been doing a lot of research on american websites, particularly mustang sites searching for new ideas for my EFXR8. I found the website below. Its interesting.....but seems to be a bit of a scam....

What do you guys think?



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hahaha If they think it goes like a car with turbocharger? Then they have NEVER been is a decent turbo car !!....Remember to get air spinning like that it must take some flow/ effert away from its velocity/ speed...Seen 100's of these over the years...Don't believe what you see in mags either..In those same mags these companies advertise too...Remember...

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I did try one for a joke when I lived in CQ that a friend had on my EL XR8, and it did make a little difference, mainly to fuel econony, maybe another 30 or so K to a tank, and there was a slight increase in torque at cruising speeds, but nothing spectacular.

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