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11-14-2008 02:41 PM
ch435
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Originally Posted by KRYPTO View Post
there shouldnt be any problems. It will all be tweeked with the tune
Yup, I just confirmed that I don't need any new ecu/computer stuff.
11-14-2008 01:54 PM
KRYPTO there shouldnt be any problems. It will all be tweeked with the tune
11-14-2008 09:48 AM
ch435
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Originally Posted by 07FocusST View Post
ice breaker? I would imagine that a new computer would be needed. Got to make sure that all of your equipment matches what the computer has been programmed for i.e.: Auto or Manual Trans, 2.3L or 2.0L, etc..... Things of that nature.
Couldn't that be handled simply with a new tune through my xcal?
11-14-2008 03:27 AM
07FocusST ice breaker? I would imagine that a new computer would be needed. Got to make sure that all of your equipment matches what the computer has been programmed for i.e.: Auto or Manual Trans, 2.3L or 2.0L, etc..... Things of that nature.
11-13-2008 11:23 PM
jzizzle325 lol why all of a sudden are people talking and asking for advice for their friends cars... and then the friend comes in that has the problem. :?
11-13-2008 05:51 PM
KRYPTO you got a profile on FF? didnt know that.
11-13-2008 04:29 PM
ch435 Welp, it's my car he is speaking of.

So, if we get a built 2.3, and buy a focus 2.3 head and intake as tom suggests, is there anything else we would need? Or is all else the same? Wiring, etc.

And best guess is motor saw 19psi, as that is what the wastegate is set for.
11-11-2008 05:44 PM
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11-09-2008 05:40 PM
1turbofocus Pick you up a 2.3 Focus head and intake manifold , with the testing I have done that is the best thing for FI on the Dura engines

Tom
11-09-2008 04:49 PM
KRYPTO There is a hole in the block so yes we would need a new block. Just trying to figure out if its worth getting a junk yard block, doing all the machine work buying the internals and putting it all in or just get a built stoker short block. (were to go) And need to know what to do about intakes. The stock one isnt really designed for boost, but the one on mazda speed is. Can I bolt that one up to the 2.0 Duritec head?

Basicly I have an 05 Saleen N2O Focus with no motor and I want to put a stroker in it with about 15-20psi boost. Were do I go and what can I use.
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