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Old 03-20-2005, 04:52 PM   #1
JohnathonZX3
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ZX3 1/8th mile times

Hey guys was up im new to this site i have a 2002 Red ZX3 with Focus Sport headers Mac inake Focussport front and rear strut bars there car has been lowered 2 1/2 inches with aftermarket suspension not sure it was on there when i get the car i also have a NOS Dry 50 shot using the Zex air filter and a push button activation

1st run
RT.5875
60ft 2.44 spinning
1/8th 10.009
73mph

2nd run(good run spraying through all gears)
RT.5080
60ft 2.30
1/8th 9.66(yay)
78.6mph(yay)

what do you guys think about these runs with the mods i have ive only had the car 3 weeks and i just ordered a ECU Flasher and downpipe with flex from Focussport and i have FRstg2 cams with cam gears im about to put in this weekend what else do you guys think i should do


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Old 03-21-2005, 12:44 AM   #2
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Aside from what you already have, you need to ditch the restrictive stock header, catalytic converter and factory catback for a more free-flowing setup. If you have emissions testing, the SVT header w/RT highflow cat from McNews is your best bet, otherwise get the Focus Sport 4-1 long tube header. For the catback...I reccomend Borla, but its really up to you, there's a lot of choices.

Beyond that...how much are you willing to spend? You can do anything with enough money...
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