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Yeah, then the LPT setup does make sense. I was thinking that if your CR was lower, you might as well shoot a little higher than a LPT setup. Did the LPT 9000's:
1. Have an IC?
2. Have a lower compression ratio?
If the CR was lower on those cars, you might have even more of a need for an IC to fight off detonation. You say you want to use the hardware from a LPT 9000, but I'm assuming that a lot of the plumbing will be model-specific, so even if they didn't have an IC, you wouldn't be using the plumbing to/from it anyway. IC's can be attained for so cheap, that I think it's an easy decision to run one regardless.
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