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    Quote Originally Posted by NGEN View Post
    I’m just the opposite here in Texas. Summer is the time that I try and do major work on mine. It’s really too hot to enjoy the car at full power so I save that for fall, winter (our winters are 30s-40s with no snow) and spring.
    Haha yeah I bet summer in Texas is hell on Earth, I can imagine how poorly the Abarth performs in that kind of heat.

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    Just back from as week-long road trip through the Canadian Rockies. The Abarth performed like a champ. It was warm, but not Texas hot - Fully loaded with AC on and still had lots of oomph for passing. 70 mph in 6th gear is perfect cruising speed. Averaged 34-35 mpg for the trip. Well earned oil change coming up.
    2016 Abarth Rosso: auto, sunroof, nero leather, electronic climate control, no Beats, ATM fmic, DNA chassis braces, Prometeo skid plate, 25mm tubular rear torsion bar, wheel stud conversion, E.C. V. 3 intake, GFB+ diverter valve, Gruvenparts billet oil filter canister, Euro 4th gen halo tail lights, LED headlights, fog lights, Kenwood Excelon DDX 9906 head unit, Neuspeed SS brake-lines, Hawk HPS 5.0 pads, 50th Anniversary Abarth wheels, 205/40/17 Michelin Pilot AS4 tires.

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    I still read in here weekly, but since most subjects relate to Abarths...

    The 2016 Pistachio Piss Ant only has around 7-8,000 miles on it. Everything is still original but the windshield wipers and the driver's side door window regulator. The engine didn't start to loosen up till a little North of 5,000 miles. It gets 25-27 around town. Doesn't get to stretch its legs very often.
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    2019 Mazda CX5 Grand Touring

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    I agree with Ngen on the heat issue. Here in Oklahoma, it's been in the 100s for about a month. I only work half days in my air-conditioned garage to keep the electric bill down. At these 10 seconds, I'm done with the Sport and working on the Jaguar.

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