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01-31-2013 04:33 PM
wantz12
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Originally Posted by FocusBoy58 View Post
Same Issue I had. Next time I get my car on the lift I will take a picture of the Fix.

Also.. Am I the most WHP Ti-VCT out there still? DYNO People!
How's the DCT handling the extra power? I'd love to have a little extra "go" in mine!
01-30-2013 06:55 PM
SPRAYPAINT
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Originally Posted by matmatician View Post
this may sound like a dumb question, but i only know this because the mechanic who installed mine did it wrong...


Is the flex pipe right side up?? Lol. My mechanic was terrible. So bad, that i got a full refund for their labor and they didnt even dispute it. Mine was upside down, and mine was hitting the subframe too.
post a picture of the correct way please! I installed it myself so i will have to give mysel a good stern talking to if i installed it wrong!!!

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Originally Posted by focusboy58 View Post
2" o2 spacer for sensor 2 and you will have zero issues ($5 on ebay). Also an extension is not required for f2 headers.
you can run the upstream sensor in one of the runners but the computer overfuels and the car runs rich. It is better to run the air fuel sensor in the collector so you can get a reading from all the cylinders. Im impatient so i did not want to wait on shipping from ebay so i made a spacer with the non-foulers. I hope to see you guys at focusfest this year.
01-30-2013 03:11 PM
Slo86GT
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Originally Posted by FocusBoy58 View Post
Same Issue I had. Next time I get my car on the lift I will take a picture of the Fix.

Also.. Am I the most WHP Ti-VCT out there still? DYNO People!
Run it at the track yet? That sounds like a good bit of power, but how well is the car putting it down?
01-30-2013 02:01 PM
_RED_
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Also.. Am I the most WHP Ti-VCT out there still? DYNO People!
If I had money for a header you wouldn't be
01-29-2013 06:12 PM
theshrewz
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Originally Posted by FocusBoy58 View Post
Same Issue I had. Next time I get my car on the lift I will take a picture of the Fix.

Also.. Am I the most WHP Ti-VCT out there still? DYNO People!
I wanna find a local dyno shop to see what im putting down since im running same setup essentially with custom 2.5 exhause f 2 header and steeda intake, i have an se sport with manual
01-29-2013 06:03 PM
FocusBoy58
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Originally Posted by SPRAYPAINT View Post
I need a solid rear mount. the flex pipe is hitting the subframe.
Same Issue I had. Next time I get my car on the lift I will take a picture of the Fix.

Also.. Am I the most WHP Ti-VCT out there still? DYNO People!
01-29-2013 06:00 PM
FocusBoy58
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Originally Posted by Slo86GT View Post
Any idea if we'd have luck with an MIL eliminator on the downstream?
2" o2 spacer for sensor 2 and you will have zero issues ($5 on ebay). Also an extension is not required for F2 Headers.
01-29-2013 12:42 PM
matmatician
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Originally Posted by SPRAYPAINT View Post
I need a solid rear mount. the flex pipe is hitting the subframe.
This may sound like a dumb question, but I only know this because the mechanic who installed mine did it wrong...


Is the flex pipe right side up?? lol. My mechanic was terrible. So bad, that I got a full refund for their labor and they didnt even dispute it. Mine was upside down, and mine was hitting the subframe too.
01-29-2013 10:46 AM
SPRAYPAINT There is no need to buy an O2 spacer. You can get a "non-fouler" and drill one out so the O2 fits inside.
01-28-2013 08:23 AM
SPRAYPAINT I need a solid rear mount. the flex pipe is hitting the subframe.
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