Guess that explains two things about it. 1 he was really blowing lots of black smoke at initial throtle and during shifts. The computer sets up rich to protect the engine from detonation during initial full throtle and shifts with boost on. 2 there was water on the road wherever he stopped. I thought that was his A/C compressor. I know this, with the way my car runs in the heat, I'm suprised he didn't beat me. It was 95 today.
I guess what they say with that warranty is, this thing probably won't last but it'll sure be lots of fun killing it. Oh, if you live in California, you aren't going to pass a smog check. That is if it lives that long.