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Old 08-01-2006, 09:01 PM   #1
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How can I get more HP on a JRSC

Can I get a smaller pully to increase the boost? Do they make a BBK for a non-svt? Will a different tune help? Answers to any of this will be helpfull.


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Jackson racing does make a BBK for non svt foci.

try www.ojengineering.com
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I think CFM also has a larger crank pulley for the ZX3 as well , you will need a tune also

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Old 08-01-2006, 09:39 PM   #4
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which one is better? I looked at the BBK and it seems good at a good price. It has larger injectors pully etc. I think even now I need larger injectors or fuel pump. You can hear it cut out when I'm really on it.
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Old 08-01-2006, 09:45 PM   #5
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I think CFM also has a larger crank pulley for the ZX3 as well , you will need a tune also

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Will the crank pully help the HP? I'm guessing it does. Someone on here recomended getting a it tuned at a place near my house. What exactly will they do with a tune? Just put it on a dyno or what?
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When its "cutting out" when you really get on it. I would stop doing that till you get a tune in there. You may cause problems if not..You can make the JRSC make much better than stock power, but it does have its limits.
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I'm sure the guy who had it before me had put a tune in it. How can I tell?
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If I get the BBK, would it be smart to get a new fuel rail?
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i have a bbk on a non svt focus and crower stage II cams. im running 30lb injectors and the stock fuel pump and fuel rail-225hp-dont have the overdrive pulley for the crank but i have thought about it!
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Old 08-02-2006, 11:38 PM   #10
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I read on JR's site that you need to use the stock crankshaft pully. It the kit hard to install? I'm buying the kit on the 15th.
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