That would probably work. Not sure if it's much different then the stock one though.
I had my factory DMF resurfaced when I installed my fx350. It cost about $100.
I only got 30000 miles out of my fx350 then it started to slip.
I'm currently running a SMF now and there is a noticeable improvement with it over the DMF. I wouldn't call it night and day omg you have to have it...
I would recommend getting the race maf for your cobra. It will net you a little more hp, torque and will give you even more of that sweet blow off sound.
Something to keep in mind about the inlet. Sound. Pair it with the race maf cobra and that turbo is going to sound great when you get on it...
I have the 27won turbo with full bolt ons, e85 and custom tune from Drob on my 17 fk7.
Like some of the others were saying the loss of low-end torque sucks. But I shift early and just putt around when I'm running errands so I think it's the way I drive that makes me dislike the turbo.
I did the core return option. Ordered on April 3rd, received clutch on May 1st. If you do the no core return option it should be faster.
Two things to note about the core return.
-Include a note or...
Not a huge difference. You can definitely feel the difference though.
I have si springs, type r front sway bar, Whiteline 22mm rear sway bar with accord end links. I still have some body roll when I take corners hard.
I have one. I thinks it's a fantastic city truck.
I started trailer camping after I bought it and I wish I had a real truck. It can tow and go off road but it's really not the best for that.
I live in Idaho and we have alot of trucks out here. I get some hate for driving a Ridgeline. For some...
Did the work yourself? I hope it holds up for you. I had a fx350 with the stock flywheel and It was ok. What really made me upset was as soon as I got 30000 miles it started slipping. It's not my idea of fun changing the clutch every 30000 miles so I'm staying away from Clutchmasters.