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Old 01-21-2012, 01:30 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by whimsicalpouch2 View Post
well i don't usually burn out, but when i revv it like i did tonight, a quality tire spin is definitely possible. there was a big big difference and the get up is quite nice. the stock one was definitely slow at the acceleration. the new TB was pretty peppy, without being ridiculously sensitive. they say when you get a new TB, you need to go "re learn" your car....yeaaa no. i was totally comfortable with it right away. i definitely noticed the pickup tho. when in idle, you revv it with the old one, its a slower rev to get to higher rpms, with the new, it gets there pretty quickly. it definitely didn't feel stiff or hard to push down. the pedal felt pretty similar from before, but you just don't have to press down as much. it was an improvement indeed. you will be pleased with the results..along as you put it in right =D.
Well, my Focus is a Sedan, compared to your SVT (also, mine is an automatic). I wonder if I'll still notice as much a difference as you did?


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Originally Posted by whimsicalpouch2 View Post
you won't gain any horsepower, maybe gain what you already lost from your old TB, a TB will only add HP if you really supe up your engine, with a turbo and aftermarket exhaust manifold and such
No Turbo or manifold, but I will be adding a CAI, Cat-Back Exhaust, and header. Will this specifically allow the TB to gain HP? I know my mods will gain me some HP overall, but I'm wondering if the TB will add to it? If not, I'd still be up for the excellent throttle response and better get up and go.

As my car is now (stock) it's an absolute brick.
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