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That is a really great article, Thanks ! But you're very right. I agree completely. Either way I would always take the smaller turbocharged engine just because the potential is there. A few simple upgrades can definitely bump up the times very easily.
 

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I promise you guys my team is working on power upgrades for this car, and we started about two months ago. I am highly confident we will be able to show a 200hp version by the middle of next month. The conversion won't break the bank, it will won't hurt anything and the hardware is made in Italy by an OEM supplier.

We have spent the last few years working with this engine in the 500 Abarth, and all that experience is really paying off. Performance developments for this car will be coming much faster. Our primary vendor is eurocompulsion.net. My company is hpsimotorsports.com . Soon we will be a vendor here (assuming they will have us...)

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I promise you guys my team is working on power upgrades for this car, and we started about two months ago. I am highly confident we will be able to show a 200hp version by the middle of next month. The conversion won't break the bank, it will won't hurt anything and the hardware is made in Italy by an OEM supplier.

We have spent the last few years working with this engine in the 500 Abarth, and all that experience is really paying off. Performance developments for this car will be coming much faster. Our primary vendor is eurocompulsion.net. My company is hpsimotorsports.com . Soon we will be a vendor here (assuming they will have us...)

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Greg,

That's awesome news!! I was actually looking up 500 Abarth tuners the other day, and bookmarked HPSI for future reference. Happy to see there's a plan for the 124 from you guys :)
 
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I promise you guys my team is working on power upgrades for this car, and we started about two months ago. I am highly confident we will be able to show a 200hp version by the middle of next month. The conversion won't break the bank, it will won't hurt anything and the hardware is made in Italy by an OEM supplier.

We have spent the last few years working with this engine in the 500 Abarth, and all that experience is really paying off. Performance developments for this car will be coming much faster. Our primary vendor is eurocompulsion.net. My company is hpsimotorsports.com . Soon we will be a vendor here (assuming they will have us...)

Greg
Based on my experience with both HPSI and Eurocompulsion on my 500 Abarth, you can rest assured that what Greg says will come true. And I know that anything that is produced will be well made and reliable.

With that in mind, I cannot wait to get my hands on this vehicle.
 

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Greg is definitely the man of this forum. It's great to see so many positive comments from other members pertaining to him as well. Expecting great things !!
 

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That would be a great idea... we should have like a nomination thread and get him in there ! Lol ;)
 

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Thanks guys, but I can't be a moderator due to conflict of interest.

Eurocompulsion will likely be a vendor here, and I work very very closely with them. I can promise you I will be here and that I'll do my best to bring top notch products, how to and tech articles, and honesty in my posts.

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