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Thread: Beware of DPI ? DeLorean Performance Industries

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    Senior Member Riley88's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrChocky View Post
    Tin foil hats.
    There seems to be more lately. Perhaps there’s a sale on tinfoil.

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    Excactly

    Quote Originally Posted by Riley88 View Post
    Support yourt vendors. they are our life blood.
    It's who keeps my DeLorean running. Sure, I do the wrenching, but someone has to stockpile the know-how, the parts and manage to keep calm while reading my stupid questions in the emails...

    Edit: Also - Very pleased with my DPI Stage 1 Exhaust GEN3.
    Last edited by DrWin; 02-22-2023 at 02:48 PM. Reason: Bragging
    Please excuse the crudity of this DeLorean as I didn't have time to repair it yet.
    VIN 10207 - December '81, Gray Interior, 3-speed automatic, stock PRV engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrWin View Post
    Edit: Also - Very pleased with my DPI Stage 1 Exhaust GEN3.
    DPI gen 3 exhaust in my near future as well.
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    Enjoy

    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    DPI gen 3 exhaust in my near future as well.
    I installed it using a guide for the GEN 1 version. Worked fine. You have to think a little, to figure where the differences are. I managed it. (!) Also if I should have done it again, I would have ordered extra studs and nuts. The kit includes studs and bolts for every other hole on the engine block and exhaust manifold. It works fine, but I think it would look better with a stud and nut in every hole.

    DPI SPEC I Exhaust - Installation.pdf
    Please excuse the crudity of this DeLorean as I didn't have time to repair it yet.
    VIN 10207 - December '81, Gray Interior, 3-speed automatic, stock PRV engine.

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    Same

    Quote Originally Posted by WNY1983 View Post
    I had had my DMC for 20 years now. Worked with Josh for well over the last 10 years. Great quality of parts and service. Josh has all ways had the mindset of the owner and the preservation of the DeLorean. Alot has changed since. I purchased my DMC. We should be thankful for the efforts of Josh and his staff. A class act and company. I personally have referred DPI to 6 other DMC owners. They have had no issues with DPI. We are lucky to have a quality company helping with the maintenance of our cars.
    Same experience with a lot less business, since I've only had my Delorean for 3 years. I have only received quality parts from DPI. Would recommend.
    Please excuse the crudity of this DeLorean as I didn't have time to repair it yet.
    VIN 10207 - December '81, Gray Interior, 3-speed automatic, stock PRV engine.

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    I'm surprised at this day and age that most people are not aware that when you Google anything you scroll past the first few entries all labeled "AD" and get to the actual search results...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mluder View Post
    I'm surprised at this day and age that most people are not aware that when you Google anything you scroll past the first few entries all labeled "AD" and get to the actual search results...
    +1
    Not to mention ad blockers...

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