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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, Our SEMA 2004 Escalade V series... in Cadillac Escalade Forums; Originally Posted by Jungle George No detonation at all, down to 89 Octane, although the manufacturer doesn't recommend it. Canada...eh! ...
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    Re: Our SEMA 2004 Escalade V series...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle George
    No detonation at all, down to 89 Octane, although the manufacturer doesn't recommend it.

    Canada...eh! luck you, you get all the chicks that are not mammary challenged unlike here in SoCal where they are definitely mammary challenged unless they are packing plastic.... LOL But we have the weather...
    Cool.

    So just to clarify: out of the box octane is not an issue with the blower (91 is recommended) UNLESS you throw in some Octane booster and mess with the engine management and fuel mapping?

    Is your company making plans to sell these kits or is straight from Magna Charger the best bet.

    Yeah it's a hard toss up. The weather here blows for car guys and mammary afficionados alike. Lack of annual emissions testing does make being a car guy a lot easier and enjoyable.

    In SoCal you get the weather and the sexy "summer" clothes year round but at the expense of too much plastic enhancement.

    I suppose once you add it all up we're all screwed one way or another. LOL

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    91 octane is recommended, if you use the mid grade depending on air temperature (the colder the better) you may get some knocking; with plain regular.... foggedabaoutit

    It's best to contact MagnaCharger themselves for the kit, we do mostly embroidery...

    The grass is always greener on the other side......

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    Re: Our SEMA 2004 Escalade V series...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle George
    The grass is always greener on the other side......
    True enough.

    Thanks for all the info.

    to get a little off topic....

    How are you guys with headrest embroidery? Might need some custom work done for my Bimmer.

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    Re: Our SEMA 2004 Escalade V series...

    Quote Originally Posted by Clem
    True enough.

    Thanks for all the info.

    to get a little off topic....

    How are you guys with headrest embroidery? Might need some custom work done for my Bimmer.
    We do embroidery on all kinds of things, we do Quad seats, headrests, we are going to embroider every seat on the Escalade with our lovecars.com logo etc.

    We've done about 50 show cars that have appeared in magazines and big shows....

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    Re: Our SEMA 2004 Escalade V series...

    Love the truck;
    As far as boobs in SOCAL, there may be a lota plastic but you get used to it. You just can't beat the real thing IMO, natural rules

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