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10-30-2005 12:46 PM
kenpokid
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Originally posted by hkysk8r07
yeah manual is around 110 with an intake and exhaust. i've seen people have only 106 with the same mods. it all depends on how good a factory tune you get since it's different on every engine depenging on the cam gears placement etc
true and also depends on what dyno you use.
10-30-2005 12:34 PM
hkysk8r07
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Originally posted by kenpokid
an an auto should at least make 100...a manual is around 110.
yeah manual is around 110 with an intake and exhaust. i've seen people have only 106 with the same mods. it all depends on how good a factory tune you get since it's different on every engine depenging on the cam gears placement etc
10-30-2005 06:54 AM
kenpokid an an auto should at least make 100...a manual is around 110.
10-30-2005 02:30 AM
EnigmaZV We're talking an automatic Focus, stock it's lucky to make 90hp
10-30-2005 01:52 AM
FocusChef spell check!
10-29-2005 11:25 PM
hkysk8r07 OMG please tell me you're joking with this post right?? you do realize that a stock focus only puts out about 100/100 to the wheels
10-29-2005 11:11 PM
2Slik Wow what a ridiculous post. McNews has better prices on their products over any other supplier you can find 90% of the time. Now this is more of a service problem but still.

I know this is mean but you really sound like an idiot. Calling out one of the best suppliers that we focus owners have and complaining the way you are is not winning anyone over. Type correctly and stop being so offensive. This sounds like the stupid ricer mentality, maybe you should watch the ricer song..... http://videos.streetfire.net/Player....2F9AE359C1&p=0

On the suspension issue what type of suspension is all up to your personal choice. If one susupension was better than the others in every way why would there be other products out there? On the subject of service. You have to take in consideration even the easiest things can end up taking forever. If your car was in bad shape as Mcnews says then there you have it. I've worked on my car thinking i'd get a particular task done in an hour and its taken a whole day. Thats just the way it is.
10-29-2005 08:19 AM
jerryzx3 It sounds like you got used to the mods and now it feels stock again. Maybe you should go test drive a new one and then get back in yours and feel it. Even if the computer did somehow "go back to stock" with your cams and other mods it will not run stock. Also it does take a while to order parts from Ford, it took 6 weeks to get my clutch and differential done.
10-29-2005 06:21 AM
kenpokid
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Originally posted by lgzx5
What you guys are forgetting is that there is a book they look at to get install times if it's 20 mins it get's rounded to an hour... from there they can charge a maximum of 85 an hour
good point
10-29-2005 12:22 AM
lgzx5 What you guys are forgetting is that there is a book they look at to get install times if it's 20 mins it get's rounded to an hour... from there they can charge a maximum of 85 an hour
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