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Default HKS-M40XL or M45XL? - 10-13-2020, 08:50 PM

Hi,

What would be the recommendation for the 1.6 engine?

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Default 10-14-2020, 09:44 AM

HKS M45XL and make sure they are gapped to 0.28, the hks 40's are more of an oem comparison


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Default 10-14-2020, 04:16 PM

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HKS M45XL and make sure they are gapped to 0.28, the hks 40's are more of an oem comparison
I've seen a few posts where people mention running better on the 40s, less fouling. the 45s are too cold?

Not sure if that will be an issue.
This will be on a daily driver.


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Default 10-15-2020, 04:40 AM

if your running the jb4 whichim guessing you are cause your on here haha then 45 is what you need, i have the 45's in my elantra sport and i daily map 2, have been for a few months now ive done close to 10xxx km or 6200 miles if you in the us and ive not had an issue with them yet and i dont drive it lightly haha


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Default 10-15-2020, 07:59 AM

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if your running the jb4 whichim guessing you are cause your on here haha then 45 is what you need, i have the 45's in my elantra sport and i daily map 2, have been for a few months now ive done close to 10xxx km or 6200 miles if you in the us and ive not had an issue with them yet and i dont drive it lightly haha
I'm in Canada. I'm guessing you are also?
What octane do you run?


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Default 10-16-2020, 04:43 AM

yup I am, I'm in PEI haha i was running shell 91 with octane booster and dailying map 2, but i did some runs with just 91 and logged and the car was acutley running just fine ( even a lil better according to guys at burger ) which was great cause all i have here is 91, so when in doubt log and email them or post them here for some one to look at and okay.


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