GM Performance 383E is drop in and smog legal
In truth not exactly drop in since transmissions aren't rated for 435 lb ft
Best bang for buck
It is me. Well for you that don't know I ave had a rough couple of days. I have a shattered iliac wing. just the left side but lets say i'm down and
About 40% of that is taxes. The US government has worked hard to keep the fuel tax at the pump from rising, since the gas shortage of the 70s/80s.
3 days ago-6-16-13 paid $3.49 for PURE no ethanol 87 octane
In suburb of New Orleans-about $90 for 26 gallons I think-gauge read barely under 1/2
No codes, no engine light on...at idle its fine, when I shift into n its fine. While I'm driving it chokes out real bad n while its choking the light
Get the ones that hit the ball the farthest.
Just have to try a few different mfgs out to see what you like. My shoulders are so
E85 has a higher octane rating, and the alcohol is a natural cleaner. It will help keep the chambers and fuel lines clean, and the engine will run better.
Before advising you to go out and drop serious coin on a new set of clubs, I would ask you a few questions first.
1. Have you been playing recently
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Very odd taking a look at this old thread. We're all very used to paying ~$3.50 for a gallon of E10 Gasoline.
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