good call.[headbang] it only costs 1 dollar more to fill up with 91.ok i have decided to go with the tune, who should i talk to i pmed tom with the info
i basiclly i have a cold air intake and exhaust and i think i wanna run 91 or 93 octane but not sure i live in miami gas is up and down here lol and ive heard many great things about toms tune that no matter what u get some power out of his tunes so tom if your reading LET ME KNOW lol
Dude, that pulley is for an SVT. You just made me waste my time by looking in there [bash] lol nah j/k there are some good deals there but mainly for a zetec engine.heres the link...i dont know whats sold yet. but some good deals
You really don't want to use drilled rotors. They look cool but thats about it. The really top end cars that you see those kinds of rotors on are different than the ones you buy. The ones you see on the nice cars are cast that way and not drilled. Drilling them creates weak spots in the metal around the holes. They can also create hot spots a lot quicker than a regular rotor eventaully developing a shuddering effect most people call a "warped" rotor. This is just because more pad material has worn onto that spot than the others.whats the price of a tune?and whats the price of them drilled rotors?