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Old 01-21-2013, 10:04 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by jugglethese View Post
im probably looking at a 2 year build because im in collage now, but after the headers and intake(bought the car 3 months ago) ill be going to toronto to get the dyno tune for the summer, which should at least bring me up to 170-180 crank horse power running 91 octane. and knowing that the valves and rockers are only good to 180hp before having problems. i will be replacing them and throwing in a stage 2 cam. the car will be compleatly gutted this spring, except for the 2 front seats. possibly throwing in a cheaper set of racing seats. Ive been looking at obx headers as my next buy. Anyone have them on there car or another brand thats in the 200-300$ range. This is a 2007 ford focus btw with sap package 120,000km on it
You should do a little more research before throwing all of these ideas out there.... Its almost like you want people to be impressed at you knowing what your talking about... but you are mostly incorrect lol not being a jerk here. Just trying to help you out so you don't start off with a bad rep as that kid....

Stock you have 136HP Max and that is with Ford's rating. With H/I/T/E your prob looking at about 165ish at best. Again not trying to crush your dreams here or be a jerk. Just trying to help you not sound uneducated on the matter. In order for your focus to do 0-60 in 6 seconds it will take turbo and then some....
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