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tkassik 01-14-2019 02:36 AM

2-Step for 2016 SE DCT
 
I wanted to grab a straight to the point answer on installing a 2-step system on my 2016 Focus SE.

Without telling me whether I need it or not:

Is it possible being an automatic?

How would I go about installing one?

Would a tune give me those pops/ small flames, even though there is no turbo (lol just wondering)?

I've seen the MSD modules. But how could I install something like it for my Focus? Is it all via tunes?

Thanks guys, appreciate it.

FFhb13 01-14-2019 12:16 PM

You would have to have a seriously built all motor to get flames... if you want pops and even some crackles, mine does this with an intake, catless header, 2.5" free flow ST aftermarket exhaust, tuning and all that... especially in sport mode.

You can't just take a stock car and get pops, etc... the two step, would have to ask Tom hes the NA tuning guy, ask in his focuspower area.

tkassik 01-14-2019 12:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FFhb13 (Post 11355307)
You would have to have a seriously built all motor to get flames... if you want pops and even some crackles, mine does this with an intake, catless header, 2.5" free flow ST aftermarket exhaust, tuning and all that... especially in sport mode.

You can't just take a stock car and get pops, etc... the two step, would have to ask Tom hes the NA tuning guy, ask in his focuspower area.

yeah I wasn't quite expecting flames, just wondered what would need to be done for some. Crackles I wouldn't mind ofc but basically just wondered how to get that two step. maybe i'll have to talk to tom soon

felixthecat 01-14-2019 06:48 PM

You'll want to use a 'glide for the track or go w/ the turbo 400 for the street w/ a trans brake, a JS bump box as well as your 2 step.......

tkassik 01-14-2019 09:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by felixthecat (Post 11355377)
You'll want to use a 'glide for the track or go w/ the turbo 400 for the street w/ a trans brake, a JS bump box as well as your 2 step.......


ngl i don't know what the turbo 400 is lol or what a 'glide means

help

felixthecat 01-15-2019 10:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tkassik (Post 11355401)
ngl i don't know what the turbo 400 is lol or what a 'glide means

help

The iconic Powerglide is a GM 2-spd & you got to know what a turbohydro 400 is....One of GM's best 3-spd's for high power cars....

1turbofocus 01-16-2019 07:44 AM

I can do a 2-step on the 5sp but wont do it on the DCT , its very hard on the clutches

Tom

2.slow jack 01-16-2019 05:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FFhb13 (Post 11355307)
You would have to have a seriously built all motor to get flames... if you want pops and even some crackles, mine does this with an intake, catless header, 2.5" free flow ST aftermarket exhaust, tuning and all that... especially in sport mode.

You can't just take a stock car and get pops, etc... the two step, would have to ask Tom hes the NA tuning guy, ask in his focuspower area.

mine will get flames occasionally in the summer if I beat on it. exhaust is getting nowhere near hot enough in the winter however

element4all 01-17-2019 07:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 2.slow jack (Post 11355751)
mine will get flames occasionally in the summer if I beat on it. exhaust is getting nowhere near hot enough in the winter however

same here, winter fuel in my area kills everything performance wise. but i have had friends confirm i pop some flames occasionally.

tkassik 01-17-2019 11:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1turbofocus (Post 11355623)
I can do a 2-step on the 5sp but wont do it on the DCT , its very hard on the clutches

Tom

yeah mine is an auto so I guess not lol but but maybe it's for the better haha


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