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CFM High Flow Cat 15 65.22%
CFM 67mm Throttle Body 6 26.09%
Header Wrap 0 0%
VCT w/ Cam Gears & Dyno Tune 2 8.70%
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Old 04-10-2008, 10:56 AM   #1
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next mod?

hey guys,

aside from forced induction what should i do next?

current performance mods
-AEM Cold Air
-Cosworth Catback
-CFM 2pc UDPs
-CFM Silicone Couplers
-CFM Billet DSI Switch
-SCT xCal II with tune from Ray @ McNews

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-CFM High Flow Cat
-CFM 67mm Throttle Body
-Header Wrap
-VCT w/ Cam Gears & Dyno Tune

Eventually ill get all 4 done...but which should i do first?


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Old 04-10-2008, 11:34 AM   #2
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TB HW Cat? I would save the dyno tune and vct for last.
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i may do H.W. and HFC at once...but thats all i would have money for.
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tb was a great mod for me i has the 67tb
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BTW...i was talking to my friends about doing a header wrap, and they basically told me i was an idiot...

i dont know if people feal their car runs a lot better if they do it, but my *mechanic* friend told me that the reason people wrap their headers is because older cars with engine swaps or mods or something werent heating up the o2 sensors enough and the guys would wrap their headers, which in turn forced all the heat through the exhaust...

besides, if it doesnt help much anyways, why spend the money on expensive heat wrap! in the long run the high heat would cause cracking...just my $0.02
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youre getting ALL that heat out of the motor bay. it helps with heat scavenging.
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heat wrap isn't expensive... well i don't think it is. much cheaper than the HFC will be. plus i think it makes the header look a lot better.. i will be doing this as well on my svt header and flex.
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There's no need to start the header wrap debate all over again.
It's not going to add anything to this thread.

Everyones' answers can be found here:
"How To" - SVTF Header Wrap

Suffice it to say subtleshift, it's your friends and mechanic that need the education.
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TB fo sho!
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you can mod your current tb to remove the trench for cheap. If you go FI later and run anything exept a roots a the throttle body wont help that much.
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