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Old 11-13-2012, 11:00 PM   #11
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Would be nice to see what it does on the dyno. How does the butt dyno like it? Can you do any vids?
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Old 11-14-2012, 02:38 AM   #12
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I see you are located in Sacramento. Is the Injen legal for California smog?

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Just installed my intake. I love the Injen products. I have a PowerFlow on my Nissan Frontier too. Haven't had a chance to take it for a spin yet. Gonna be heading to work soon. Should be fun! FSWerks Stealth exhaust will be installed this week!
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Old 11-14-2012, 07:33 AM   #13
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Be interested to see some dyno results. It looks pretty good regardless!
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Old 11-14-2012, 08:03 AM   #14
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I will admit that it looks pretty good, but I too am skeptical about his "tuning" Injen claims. I'd like to see the dyno numbers to prove it.
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I will admit that it looks pretty good, but I too am skeptical about his "tuning" Injen claims. I'd like to see the dyno numbers to prove it.
The "tuning" refers to the diameter of the area where the MAF sensor slots into the intake. They keep the diameter the same as stock in order to keep the A/F as close to stock as possible. I know that other companies do this as well. Such as Airaid for other cars (which is a company that uses a removable insert so that you can open it up once you have ecu tuning available).

If you look, the diameter necks down around the MAF sensor. That is the "tuning" they speak of.
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It comes polished too for those that are interested. I have not tried this brand before, but I know that a lot of Mazda guys like them.

Here is a polished one at Summit Racing:

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I see you are located in Sacramento. Is the Injen legal for California smog?
Not at this time. It is a new intake and requires CARB approval. Which is extortion by the way!
Eventually it will be. The intake on my Frontier got CARB approval and they sent me a sticker.

As far as the "Butt Dyno" it does feel peppier, but my Stealth exhaust is not on yet. That will come Friday. So I would think it will get even better.
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Old 11-17-2012, 12:38 AM   #18
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So I got my FSWerks Stealth exhaust on today. I forgot my camera so i did not get any pictures. Very easy clean install using a lift at my buddies shop. Sounds great. Much quieter cruising at highway speeds than I would have thought and a little louder than I thought at idle and going through the gears but, great upgrade for sure! The car really scoots now!
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Nice... The stealth is the only exhaust I'm currently considering. I've been a muscle car tuner all my life and really am trying to stay away from the fart can exhaust sound that so many go with... I wanna free up the path and get a little sound out of it , nothing obnoxious... Get a sound clip if you can, I listen to every one I can..
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Hey Ducati20, I have a feeling this is a thread you may enjoy! (its for motorcycle owners... and Ducati's are the best!)

http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/showthread.php?t=292882


Also, I've heard the FSwerks exhaust stealth exhaust on the older gen focus, and they sound very nice. subtle, not obnoxious. Very very unlike the Honduh's and other ricers
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