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Old 11-01-2013, 06:32 PM   #1
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Bigger injectors and polished intake and disco potatoes

After doing some browsing I ran into some "high performance" parts such as http://www.mountuneusa.com/mountune-...048-07-121.htm and http://www.mountuneusa.com/product-p/2080-cai-ba.htm The injectors are for the ST however they'd work for us as the block casting are very similar. They made a few sets of forged internals for: http://www.stanceworks.com/2013/03/f...ster-focus-st/ and as the Bore/Stoke is the same on the ST and the NA... They should release the parts used to build the ST and some we could use. I for one would not mind a disco potato!


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Old 11-30-2013, 10:23 PM   #2
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Parts look good, really like the wheels. If the intake works, I wonder what kind of HP gains or throttle response it gives? As far as the injectors, the stock ST ones would do good in a modified 2.0 NA engine , their good to 300hp, and unless someone comes out with a turbo kit, I don't believe any of us will be getting close to those numbers.( nitrous not included),
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The heads are different between the NA and st along with the whole intake and exhaust systems.
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The heads are different between the NA and st along with the whole intake and exhaust systems.
Yeah I know, just a thought!
Thing is, you start trying to modify these cars to go like an ST, you mind as well have bought one.
Im sure in the not to distant future, someone will come up with a reasonable priced turbo/super charger kit. I'd be happy with 200hp. I don't need much,I bought the car mostly for going to work,then on the weekends heading to the blue ridge mtns. and playing in the twistie's.
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