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04-18-2013 12:41 PM
1turbofocus
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Ahh the joys of not having kids and pretty much no responsibilities.
Ahhhhhh... I dont remember what that was like LOL

Tom
04-18-2013 11:41 AM
RPMisChris Who knows just yet what I will end up doing. Finances have changed a bit over the past few months. Hopefully I can score this awesome new job I am being considered for and all will be good because disposable income will be through the roof. Lol. If I get it best believe I will be going turbo sooner rather than later. Ahh the joys of not having kids and pretty much no responsibilities.
04-18-2013 11:10 AM
1turbofocus RPMischris , I think you would be far better off going with the Cosi knock off intake , do that and add the 2.3 and your far better off then just adding the ts intake

The cosi knock off is a very good intake and for the cost ???? I also think it will have better low and midrange for your needs , making it fit the PS is easy

Tom
04-17-2013 07:01 PM
Top Speed
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http://www.topspeedparts.com/ford-du...-manifold.html


Does anyone have any news or info on this? I put myself on the waiting list because that would be awesome to not have to mess with the PS pump and stuff.
We have one more dyno test we are doing with the manifold and then we will release them. Should be by the end of this month.
02-28-2013 05:28 PM
streetfocus Sooooo.....I was right? Those engines would not be good candidates for a swap. Thanks for the info.
02-28-2013 05:05 PM
darkknight9
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I thought that the D23 in the fusion and escape was different because they had vvt and dbw. Same problems faced with the Mazda 3 D23. They would not be good candidates for a direct swap as I understand it. Is that right?
Ford duratec: iVCT (intake variable cam timing)-equipped DOHC 16V version was used in the 2006-2009 Ford Fusion/Mercury Milan

Mazda MZR: The L-engine uses a chain-driven DOHC, 16-valve valvetrain with an all-aluminum block construction and cast-iron cylinder liners. Also featured are intake cam-phasing VVT, VTCS, VICS, a stainless steel 4:1 exhaust header and a lower main bearing cage for increased block rigidity. Direct-injection is available on the 2.0L LF-VD
02-28-2013 03:26 PM
streetfocus I thought that the D23 in the fusion and escape was different because they had vvt and dbw. Same problems faced with the Mazda 3 D23. They would not be good candidates for a direct swap as I understand it. Is that right?
02-28-2013 03:00 PM
RPMisChris I was thinking that it would work well with the cams. If I dont have to move the ps pump and stuff I just might get this. I emailed FSWerks as well just to make sure because for whatever reason, when you select the 2.0 modified it says its for 08 +.
02-28-2013 02:54 PM
felixthecat
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http://www.fswerks.com/collections/e...duratec-kk3240


Would the 2.0l modified version (dont have to move ps pump) fit the 07?
Yeh, That'd work Chris. Evertime I see one its all so temping. Why do you do this for Chris? I've been eyeing those for yrs now. I just keep telling my self the oem 23 w/ the dual runner is better for a DD. I love that manifold thou.
02-28-2013 02:29 PM
RPMisChris http://www.fswerks.com/collections/e...duratec-kk3240


Would the 2.0l modified version (dont have to move ps pump) fit the 07?
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