Ultimate Racing FK8 Turbo Kit

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    Tim818 King Of The ‘Ring

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    I want but I think I'll upgrade my rods first.
     
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    Interesting, they were able to achieve 550 with a stock clutch?? I thought our clutches were slipping at 400hp lol
     
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    That intake looks like heat soak city.
     
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    Compared to my car that engine bay is a dream to work with.
     
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    rampage still looks the best under the hood and it retains the factory intake set up too.

    wish theyd design this to bolt up to the current intakes like the rampage but I can see why they had to do it though. Both UR and full race utilizes a bigger maf sizing.

    also would've been nice to have some power figures without port injection and boostane to see how much you can push the stock fuel system.
     
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    Had a bad experience with their exhaust. From that, wouldn't consider this even if it was free.
     
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    youd get half a lap at the track
     
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    They say in the credits that they use an "in-tank fuel pump kit" I'd like to see what they used for this, considering it's not even included into the kit along with the other supported fuel mods (injectors&controller)

    500+hp as setup in the video. Maybe 400 hp the way the kit stands as is. Unless I'm missing something???
     
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    Which company please?

     
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    These cars don’t overheat on track because of intake air temp. It’s the oil and coolant temps.

    Hot air might cost you some power but won’t overheat the car like we are getting on track.
     
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    why wrap the intake and not the turbo/downpipe? smh
     
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