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Old 13 Dec 2003, 12:15 am
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One more thing I forgot to mention about Jon Zenker, the Mitsubishi Turbo Designer. I stopped by to visit him last year when I got my Turbo. Since I was the first one to get one at my dealership, this guy was interested in what I thought of it. At that time, he was excited about the fact their future project included a 300HP turbo with a larger turbine and compressor wheels. As you all know from how often I visit this section, my technical knowledge is limited. Any of you gear heads would of loved to chat with him, 95% of what he was talking about flew over my head. But now that I found his e mail and in it he wants feedback from us, I would say go for it. Mention Gary Kouba, stopped in a while back and we went for a ride in my car. Good Luck, let us know if you find out anything HOT. (secrets not yet published would be nice )[}]Gary
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