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Old 12-08-2013, 10:24 AM   #1
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I'm wanting to bump my cars power up, but I'm not really all that sure that what I'm planning on doing will get me there. I've got a CAI, but I'm planning on putting shorty headers, a 70mm tb, a stage 2 cam, and getting the car tuned.. What else do I need to do to reach my goal of 350hp?
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No shorties! LONG TUBESSSSS!
and with all that with a cam you'll be at MAYBE around 300 bro
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I was going to go with long tubes but then I was told shortys. I know that stuff isn't going to get me where I wanna be so what else should I do?
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100-150 shot with full bolt ons and you will be there.
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These mod engines want boost!!!!!
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These mod engines want boost!!!!!
That's going to be 4x the cost though
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That's going to be 4x the cost though
skip the bolt ons go right to boost


It'll cost more to buy a faster car
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skip the bolt ons go right to boost It'll cost more to buy a faster car
You have to at least change out that restrictive intake plenum, and take out the cats. If your going for boost you need to make sure the airflow is available.
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You have to at least change out that restrictive intake plenum, and take out the cats. If your going for boost you need to make sure the airflow is available.
nah op should get a kenne bell while stock and call it a day. But should invest in fuel upgrade mods

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Oh yeah and suspension
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nah op should get a kenne bell while stock and call it a day. But should invest in fuel upgrade mods ---------- Post added at 10:56 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:53 AM ---------- Oh yeah and suspension
Do You know how much that would cost? Twin screws don't exactly bolt up to the 2v, you need a Tork tech kit adapter, and that's almost as expensive as a supercharger itself.
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Do You know how much that would cost? Twin screws don't exactly bolt up to the 2v, you need a Tork tech kit adapter, and that's almost as expensive as a supercharger itself.
did you really just say that? Smh



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I'm wanting to bump my cars power up, but I'm not really all that sure that what I'm planning on doing will get me there. I've got a CAI, but I'm planning on putting shorty headers, a 70mm tb, a stage 2 cam, and getting the car tuned.. What else do I need to do to reach my goal of 350hp?
Are you looking for BHP or WHP?
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Are you looking for BHP or WHP?
BHP really. I don't want to buy a supercharger/turbo kit though. It may not be possible to get 350 without one but I'd like to find out...
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BHP really. I don't want to buy a supercharger/turbo kit though. It may not be possible to get 350 without one but I'd like to find out...
It might be possible to get that with bolt-ons and some cams then
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Trick flow top end kit with full exhaust
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Trick flow top end kit with full exhaust
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did you really just say that? Smh
Just because they say it's a 2v kit doesn't mean it bolts right up.

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You came stock with 260bhp, add a 100 shot and you will be at 360bhp. Bam
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Just because they say it's a 2v kit doesn't mean it bolts right up. ---------- Post added at 01:13 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:12 PM ---------- You came stock with 260bhp, add a 100 shot and you will be at 360bhp. Bam
so your saying a 2v kit won't fit a 2v? Lol
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