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Old 06-11-2013, 03:17 PM   #1
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2010 ford focus stage 2 turbo

Was considering buying a stage 2 kit from fswerks and was wondering if it will hold up fine on a stock motor all I have done now is fswerks cai and race exhaust.
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Old 06-13-2013, 11:30 PM   #3
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Was considering buying a stage 2 kit from fswerks and was wondering if it will hold up fine on a stock motor all I have done now is fswerks cai and race exhaust.
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Yep, shouldn't be a problem. I've got the same setup with a cai and exhaust and will be installing my stage two in a few weeks. Only thing I'd worry about is if you have an auto, just be careful about how much go you put on the torque converter. I believe the stock motor can handle around 300. But don't quote me on that
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wait... so the only limiting factor on the stock auto trans is the torque converter? any chance you could buy a beefier one and be done with it?
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Well I can't say for sure. You best bet is to upgrade the entire auto trans if you want to push big power. Or a manual swap if you've got the time money and patience for that sort of thing. You could also talk to the guys at lentech about it as we'll, they make beefier auto trans.
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250 wtq is as far as you want to go on stock motor says FSWerks.
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