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    Active Member Two Rings
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    Hey Paul, can you PM me the price for Stage 1+ and tool to Australia please.

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    Stage 2 Banner Advertiser Four Rings Paul@SupremePower's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrage View Post
    Hey Paul, can you PM me the price for Stage 1+ and tool to Australia please.
    You have pm

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    Active Member One Ring
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    I run BP ultimate 100% of the time. Not had any misfire or error codes. Car is smooth and pulls like a freight train.
    Intake temps on the P3 gauge though are normally in the 60 to 70 degrees Celsius. Especially in traffic.

    Anybody else noticed in the right hand drive cars how close the turbo is to the brake fluid reservoir and booster. Brake fluid heats up very quickly sat next to the turbo....

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    Senior Member Three Rings javbomb's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by OCTA1NE View Post
    I run BP ultimate 100% of the time. Not had any misfire or error codes. Car is smooth and pulls like a freight train.
    Intake temps on the P3 gauge though are normally in the 60 to 70 degrees Celsius. Especially in traffic.

    Anybody else noticed in the right hand drive cars how close the turbo is to the brake fluid reservoir and booster. Brake fluid heats up very quickly sat next to the turbo....
    Have you actually logged your misfire counter? They won't produce error codes. My car is logging them though since the tune. Up to 140 misfires now in a few weeks. They are not constant.

    I'm running BP98 also.

    Interesting about the brake fluid temps. I might get a turbo blanket.
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