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HP Autowerks

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About HP Autowerks

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    http://www.hpautowerks.com

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    Santa Barbara, CA
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  • Present cars
    2011 BMW 1M
  • Future cars
    2004 996 GT3, 2011 Cayman R
  1. Make sure the drain in the reservoir is clear as well. They tend to plug up with dust and debris.
  2. It sure is a nice kick in the pants. We carry VP MS109 unleaded fuel for the all our GIAC tuned vehicles.
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