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      10-27-2010, 12:59 PM   #142
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Originally Posted by BTM View Post
I can certainly see where the logical argument could be made that higher rpms = increased load on the fuel delivery system, but while I'm not saying these cars are made to beat on, they should certainly be able to handle whatever stop and go / highway driving...and many of them do just fine.
I totally agree. If BMW is going to tout the performance of their cars and publish performance figures it is reasonable to expect that the performance can be utilized without damaging the car.


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