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      09-04-2012, 11:37 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by Pete_vB View Post
52.0 to 52.2, btw. In reality running on light fuel it's more like 53%+ on the nose, when we'd prefer it was 53+% on the rear... And yes, this it may well slow you down despite the increased power on a tight autocross. I absolutely fuel my car for weight distribution at the autocross, by the way. YMMV.

No need to get your your panties in a twist, I am not attacking you personally or your modding skills. I am saying that if and when I choose an intercooler, weight is something I'll be considering among other factors. I'd suggest others might as well, though it seems you've got one of the lighter ones already.
We're cool man, my panties were never twisted, takes a lot more effort to do that. Perhaps typing through the interwebs often puts a connotation (and hence an interpretation) that isn't really there (or intended). Didn't take anything you said personally, but more as a different point of view. (actually not altogether different as I am not sure we principally disagreed on anything that was said).
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