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11-05-2012 10:54 AM
TCOC rel1
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Originally Posted by Focusblackzx5 View Post
2012-2013 focus specs

160 hp @ 6500
146 tq @ 4450

useless to shift at 6750rpm . shifting at 5.5k-6k will be better and, don't shift at very high rpm with a brand new car ;) wait until 6-7k miles
You miss understood me. My DCT car is now shifting @ 6,750 RPM @ WOT instead of 6500 since I had the exhaust put on.
11-04-2012 11:12 PM
Focusblackzx5 2012-2013 focus specs

160 hp @ 6500
146 tq @ 4450

useless to shift at 6750rpm . shifting at 5.5k-6k will be better and, don't shift at very high rpm with a brand new car ;) wait until 6-7k miles
11-04-2012 01:30 PM
suss6052 Stock car hits about 6500 rpm at redline/ prior to shift, not 6750. Although I don't have the precise number as I'm not normally driving in test mode with the digital tach displayed. Now you don't want to be hitting this at every shift or even all the time as you'll put extra wear on the car, but hell its your choice and you can do what you want with it.
11-04-2012 11:35 AM
TCOC rel1 yea so the 6,750 redline is OK with mods?
11-04-2012 08:59 AM
Brabs_Weather I can't remember seeing it hit 6750 rpm until after I installed the Borla and installed the X-Stream Air Filter K&N Filters RX-4870 with trim ring support mod. It does pull better.
11-04-2012 08:28 AM
TCOC rel1 like 6,750 RPM, the lines are red, but smaller than the actual redline at 7K.
11-04-2012 08:24 AM
TboneZX3 What is "baby redline"?
11-04-2012 07:46 AM
TCOC rel1
SNK delete, 2.5" Custom Race magnaflow exhaust.

I seem to be dipping into the "baby redline" every shift @ WOT, this is acceptable correct? car makes a great little whoosh sound while shifting.

Does this "baby redline" event occur on a stock car? I failed to notice, car only has 1700 miles on it, and has been running AMSOIL since 1200.

Thanks in Advance,

TCOC

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