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Old 09-01-2008, 07:05 PM   #31
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must vibrate a lot too right
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Old 09-01-2008, 08:34 PM   #32
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good job again sporadic. i added it to my duratec focus information thread.

after reading up, i noticed it was a conversion kit, and it seemed to also work well for project car magazine, it seems sinse my car probably wont be an all out race car, i can save $300 and just get the PG.
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must vibrate a lot too right
Vibration into the cabin isn't as bad as I was expecting.
The noise however increased significantly.
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what did you tune ur idle to?
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what did you tune ur idle to?
The idle is set to 850rpm through the xcal 2.
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hmm, interesting. thanks!
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The PG and clutch are still holding strong.
I had my car dyno'd last weekend and made 204hp/224tq on 10psi. (2.0 Duratec)
They also had a burnout pad there for a show later that day, so I did a quick little burnout just to make sure the PG was still holding.
There were 2 black lines, so I'm happy. :)
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Old 11-08-2008, 07:39 PM   #38
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I had read this write-up a while ago but just wanna say nice write-up, and that PG unit seems like a good option for a DD car, especially if you need to swap out the clutch/flywheel. Definetly going to keep that in mind when I do the clutch/flywheel swap.

Do you know how many miles you have on it so far?
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Approximately 3,000 miles.
How do you like the FRPP suspension kit? Shoot me a PM about it to keep the thread on topic. :)
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FRPP suspension kit is awsome i have 9000 miles on mine and love it. went through winter with it and its a little low but good
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