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    Please adhere to the following advisories to achieve maximum life and performance from your turbo vehicle.

    1. We strongly advise using Optimax or other high quality, high octane fuel.

    2. Please do not use full boost under 70 degrees water temp.

    3. Please do not use full boost over 95 degrees water temp.



    4. Use Milers Octane Plus or CVL, when good quality fuel is not available.



    5. Reduce your performance to low boost on low fuel or under ¼ tank, this can, in extreeme cases cause air to enter the fuel system


    6. Run the car for 2 minutes after high performance use


    7. As soon as the oil turns black we advise changing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorpy View Post
    1. Always let it warm up before giving it some beans
    This can be monitored through the secret screen. Once the water temperature hits 95, wait a further 10 minutes before going full boost. This is to ensure that the oil temperature of booth the engine and turbo are up to temperature to prevent damage to parts.
    The guideline 10 minutes may be longer in the winter due to cold conditions.
    Leaving the car on idle does not count as warming up and should not be carried out unless waiting for the windscreen to de-mist as it can cause damage to the engine over time

    link to the guide on how they can access the secret screen?
    Added mate Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne/vxr View Post
    Please adhere to the following advisories to achieve maximum life and performance from your turbo vehicle.

    1. We strongly advise using Optimax or other high quality, high octane fuel.

    2. Please do not use full boost under 70 degrees water temp.

    3. Please do not use full boost over 95 degrees water temp.



    4. Use Milers Octane Plus or CVL, when good quality fuel is not available.



    5. Reduce your performance to low boost on low fuel or under ¼ tank, this can, in extreeme cases cause air to enter the fuel system


    6. Run the car for 2 minutes after high performance use


    7. As soon as the oil turns black we advise changing.
    Where is that a copy paste from mate?
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    Good Post mate!

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    Good posts guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne/vxr View Post
    Please adhere to the following advisories to achieve maximum life and performance from your turbo vehicle.

    1. We strongly advise using Optimax or other high quality, high octane fuel.

    2. Please do not use full boost under 70 degrees water temp.

    3. Please do not use full boost over 95 degrees water temp.



    4. Use Milers Octane Plus or CVL, when good quality fuel is not available.



    5. Reduce your performance to low boost on low fuel or under ¼ tank, this can, in extreeme cases cause air to enter the fuel system


    6. Run the car for 2 minutes after high performance use


    7. As soon as the oil turns black we advise changing.
    Added where relevant, cheers fella

    Can you please advise on Regal Warranty?
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    a good post mate,lets try and help corsa vxr owners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne/vxr View Post
    a good post mate,lets try and help corsa vxr owners.
    Cheers Kinda stole Stewart's idea from your thread but all the same....

    It might result in a drop in posts but if it gets used then it has a purpose. I think its important not to re-invent the wheel, the majority of items have been covered 100's of times so referencing back to search is crucial.

    Any further input from yourself or knowledgable others greatly appreciated.
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    Brill post nice one! The one stop shop for newbies

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    updated with 10. Servicing + Warranty
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