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Old 11-03-2007, 02:57 PM   #1
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So heres what I plan on my car and I wanna start gathering the funds but want to know if theres anything else that I could possibly do besides FI.

FS CAI - Got It.

FocusSport Catback

F2 Step Header

Focus Central 67mm TB

Cossie Intake Manifold - Yes I Know I will have to move the PS Resivor.

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Driver Side Engine Mount

Passenger Side Engine Mount

Crower Stage 2 Cams - Will I need new valve springs for this?

Yeah So, kinda going for a NA Build. Nothing Crazy but any power adders are welcome so yeah. Anything will help!

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Old 11-03-2007, 03:01 PM   #2
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No suspension work done or planned?
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Old 11-03-2007, 03:05 PM   #3
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Just realzied this is in general chat and not dtec chat. My suspension is gonna be done too. Just not to concerned with it right now. I'm looking for more power right now.
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Old 11-03-2007, 04:39 PM   #4
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n/a ftw!....your list is a good one...i have a couple of them same mods.....and id scratch the TB (no help there)....instead of that go with a suspension set up...(id recommend the eibach pro kit with ford racing damper kit)..that is performance too.


and yeah...youll need the springs for stage 2 cams....without them youll have some major valve float...id recommend the crane stage 2's.....i know the crower stage 1's showed little gain....dont really know about the crower 2's though.


and you forgot this... www.focussport.com/sct_flasher.htm ....youll need it anyway for your header (o2 sensor disable....plus the tune/timing advance helps)
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I agree with the others that suspension mods are another thing I would do. But, what about your transmission? If you have an ATX then I would get a tuner so you can adjust the shift points. If you have a 5-Speed then I would do a shifter at the least. Either way, it would help make better use of the added power.

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