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Old 18-07-2016, 11:10 PM
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Hi just wondering people thought on verso ecu tune by all star garage vs ecu tek tune by the guys at all star are cheaper and around 700-900 by memory and ecu tek was around 1600. I'm just consurned my car is blow black smoke every time u put your foot down idles at about 600-500 Romans only around 450ks daily or 500ks freeway any help would be appreciated
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Please do 3 things:
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3) use the search function. This has been discussed 100 times over
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500-600 romans traveling 450kms daily is incredible
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Ill take the romans if you decide to sell. Cheers
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At its height, the Roman empire encompassed nearly 1.7 million square miles and included most of southern Europe. To ensure effective administration of this sprawling domain, the Romans built the most sophisticated system of roads the ancient world had ever seen. These Roman roads—many of which are still in use today—were constructed with a combination of dirt, gravel and bricks made from granite or hardened volcanic lava. Roman engineers adhered to strict standards when designing their highways, creating arrow-straight roads that curved to allow for water drainage. The Romans built over 50,000 miles of road by 200 A.D., primarily in the service of military conquest. Highways allowed the Roman legion to travel as far as 25 miles per day, and a complex network of post houses meant that messages and other intelligence could be relayed with astonishing speed. These roads were often managed in the same way as modern highways. Stone mile markers and signs informed travelers of the distance to their destination, while special complements of soldiers acted as a kind of highway patrol.
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These Roman roads—many of which are still in use today—were constructed with a combination of dirt, gravel and bricks made from granite or hardened volcanic lava.

Sounds like Subaru roads to me!
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Whoops thx for all your help Perth wrx . Car idles 500-600 rpm I've read the most the discussions on tunes but not any of late most are from years ago.


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