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Old 02-10-2013, 09:03 AM   #1
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I've been looking into these for a while now and I can't decide if I should get them. I have a simple CAI from AM and a catback exhaust. Will I be looking at any gains with only these mods done? Does anyone have any UDPs? If so, how'd they work out for you? Thanks!
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Cai and exhaust is maybe 5-10

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Best bang for buck is a tune
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Cai and exhaust is maybe 5-10

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Best bang for buck is a tune
yea and I figured I would get a tune later on due to my friend getting a bama handheld so. But I don't know if it's really worth it.
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It def. is from a person who has one... It was prob the single most hp gain mod 15-20 hp plus it brings all your other mods together
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It def. is from a person who has one... It was prob the single most hp gain mod 15-20 hp plus it brings all your other mods together
well I know that haha I was talking about the UDPs. but what mods did you have done when you got the tuner?
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From what I've seen it's usually just CAI's as the first mod then go straight to a tuner. I just installed springs, CAI, throttle body, and my next purchase will be a tuner.... Or possibly window tint but that's a whole different matter lol
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From what I've seen it's usually just CAI's as the first mod then go straight to a tuner. I just installed springs, CAI, throttle body, and my next purchase will be a tuner.... Or possibly window tint but that's a whole different matter lol
Windstar intake,exhaust,sway bars,wheels,tint you always have something to get
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I love how nobody really answered his question...

I don't know from experience but I've heard they don't due too much. What little they do isn't worth the money. I don't have one however so I can't tell you from personal experience- just what I've heard
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Ya I don't have udps but my mechanic recommended it saying it would help bring my other mods together but they aren't a HUGE hp gainer
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I personally don't see them as a good idea, lowering your alternator output, and some of them replace the water pump pulley right? That seems like a bad Idea to me.

I would just replace the crank pulley, remove the A/C from the car, if you dont need/use it.. and leave it at that, anything else worries me.
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