FBO, FX300 clutch and aluminum flywheel, PRL Flex Fuel Kit, Tsp Stage 2

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    JDMpo0kie Senior Member

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    Finally full bolt ons. MAPerformance 3" catless downpipe, aFe Front Pipe, aFe 3" Catback Exhaust, Injen CAI/ intercooler. FX300 clutch and flywheel, PRL plug n play Flex Fuel kit and TSP stage 2. Can't wait to see my numbers after the dyno. STAY TUNED!

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    I'm excited to see your results! :thumbsup:
     
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    High 200's or low 300's I bet
     
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    If you’re running at least 37% ethanol, I’m gonna guessssss 280ish whp/ 335tq
     
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    a buddy of mine dyno at 286WPH/ 336TQ.
     
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    BoostedDreams Senior Member

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    That’s solid. Just FBO and tsp Stage 2, tune?
     
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    Papi_Shampoo SI Senior Member

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    yup, FBO with FX400 clutch. He just had an issue though where he cracked the sleeve.
     
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    Approaching CTR territory but with more torque! Love the stance and a true sleeper.

    How much did everything set you back, considering $13k separates the Si from the CTR? Just curious.
     
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    Any idea how he did that ? Also, he was on street or race maf?
     
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    I am waiting for my clutch install to them do a dyno next week. I hope to be over 300HP and around 320tq.
     
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    No I don't but he is doing well now after a quick fix that at the moment is working for him thanks to the mechanic I sent him to.
     
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    You definitely should be over those numbers. TSP stage 2 alone gives 327tq on stock turbo, unless you're trying to stay conservative.
     
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    I want to be below be as torqy as possible in the mid/ high range. On the low range I dont mind the loss. These car produce too much torque at very littlel RPM.
     
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