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Old 01-22-2006, 12:32 AM   #1
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What next ?

I have magnaflow exhaust , and AEM CAI , but i'm still not the least bit satisfied with my performance on top of the fact that traction control is a number of words i'll keep to my self...

But i would like some input on what next , i really want more torque/throtle response , any ideas ?
i'm looking low end....


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Old 01-22-2006, 12:44 AM   #2
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def a tune and stge 2 throttle body, and maybe a rt high flow cat.
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Old 01-22-2006, 12:53 AM   #3
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the only thing about a TB is , wont that eat up more gas ?
bc it is a daily driver , and i want more power with tryingto spare my MPG
and a tune can be a little pricey
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Tune will add MPG as well as performance.

I'm a bit biased to Wayne's (HypillAuto) XCal II tune.
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if i were to buy his xcal2 , it comes already tuned , a plug and play kind of thing ?
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yes. plug and unplug kind of thing
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Got to do an underdrive pulley. I have the 2 piece pulley set from Focus Central. This is a easy no brainer mod and good fro 5 to 7 HP.
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5-7hp? idk. i've seen the dyno done on a SVT focus in the focus fanatic magazine and it wasn't that much. also how bad is the vibration with the UDP? i think that's why i didn't want to get one. there's some kind of drawback to it.

twilightblue definately have to get a tune!
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tune will help with the low end, and for better throttle responce go with a new TB
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To install a TB is it a DIY or prof. install , on scale 1-10 what is the difficulty , times ect. and a tune , how much difference will you get between a dyno tune , and a Xcal2 with tune already on it from wayne ?
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