thanks for replies guys, do you think its possible to get an svt focus to 60 mph in under 7 seconds, while staying n/a and without head work/ cams etc???,
with a custom sct tune using an aem af meter
high flow race cat cfm
high octane fuel
10mm ht leads
cfm 70mm tb
cfm dog bone mount
clutch masters fx250 clutch with light fly
short throw shift
exhaust lunchbox delete
pannel filter with auto air deflector
surely id knock at least a second off standard to 60????
thanks for reply bro, but i think you miss judged the post, im not talking about more power, im talking about a 0 to 60 sprint, so in that case, you should have the clutch and fly in red as well, you see my point bro??Red are the only things you have that might add power. And even that is maybe 10hp. Which means about 155-160whp.
Nothing to really boast about IMO.
Do some actual work, get actual results. Pretty simple.
Cams, headwork, compression; this is your only options to make N/A power in a ST170.
ok, im sorry for calling you bro, its a friendly term i use on all forumsI'm not you 'bro'.
And the clutch makes no difference.
0-60 time is about HP.
More HP, faster time.
The caveat is gear ratio, which is a multiplication of HP.
No matter how you look at it, HP is what you're looking for, and don't have enough of.
Instead of calling him any other name or casting him off like a red headed step-child, perhaps you should either call him by his given name or at least his screen name. He is actually someone that has a lot of good information.ok, im sorry for calling you bro, its a friendly term i use on all forums
so, shall i call you mate, but your not my mate
shall i call you friend, but your not my friend
shall i call you buddy, but your not my buddy
what i will do next time, is call you fellow focusfanitics user, ????
will that be better for you??????
why the hostility fellow focusfanitics user, who took the jam out of YOUR doughnut,
im just trying to be a friendly poster,
from now on, please don't reply to my posts, as your not the kind of company i keep,
instead of calling you fellow focusfanitics user (as you may take offence) ill address you as fellow internet user, is that acceptable for you???
he is right not much power to gin on svt bolt on power mods as these motors are purpose built. making your svt as light as possible would be your best bet unless you spend money on a crazy build.i say it wont happen.
it is very very hard to make up a 50hp deficit on a SVT, they are already pretty wrung out. few gains to be had
also 1st gear is too tall. the tranny is bad for drag racing.