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Originally posted by BSiple
cdill, I have a .8 bar spring in my car and work in Broomfield if you'd like to go for a ride sometime. When I got it, I had 1.1 bar worth of springs in it. I can tell a major difference changing the springs, but I was worried about engine life at 1.1 bar.

If you have built the motor with quality fasteners, addressed fueling and intercooling etc, there's no reason why you can't run 1.1bar all day, every day

Of course, you need decent 93/94 octane fuel... not that crappy 91 Octane stuff.
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