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post #16 of 28 (permalink) Old 04-15-2012, 08:01 PM
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return line and a meth kit, exhaust
this would be the next line to take. put a return line on, add meth and open up the exhaust a little. even with the wally and the rewire you may also want to think about a new FPR.

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Id do a return line and bnf. And head work should open up the car alot and run better/faster on less boost. Jus my .02

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return line and a meth kit, exhaust
Full exhaust on already w a needswings DP.
I'll work on the BNF. Is the return line benificial at my goals. I hear 400 and above. If my target is 380- 400 is it a nessesity. Is meth feasible with 91 octane fuel. As for the tune. There is a dyno day comeing to the IE soon. I'm trying to get in on that.

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id do a WOT box, maybe a meth kit, a cutout,etc

just some small thins or get a good dyno tune. u could work on the exterior

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I don't see a WOT box in the plans. I'm not going to be at the track. I'm not looking to cut down a time slip. Just some balls at 380/400 HP.

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First thing would be BNF and return line. That will get you safely to 400 and beyond if you want. Do you have motor and tranny mounts? Those are a necessity. What about a better intercooler? A nice direct fit is the minimum you should have.

As far as what the stock motor will hold. I DD'd mine with over 470+whp and 500wtq for over two years, then boom. I've seen lot's of cars last with around 400 though for long periods of time. I would say keep it low 400's with a good tune and you will stay together pretty well.

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you can upgrade your clutch to help support the power you will be putting down in the future
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you can upgrade your clutch to help support the power you will be putting down in the future
I totally forgot about that too. Definitely a good clutch. If you stay low 400s or below an ACT street disk will do, otherwise the six puck sprung.

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I guess I should add that to the mods. AGP solid mounts ACT 6 puck spurung MPX intercooler already installed. I'm goona roll with the BNF and return line. I just have to find the thread with the part numbers.

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I'd skip the 6 puck and just do a act street disk with the hd pressure plate. I recommend that from experience,
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This being my second nsrt, the last one haveing the 6 puck I'm pretty happy with them.

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Personally, I would put money into the tranny, brakes, and suspension (if you haven't already of course).

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I don't see a WOT box in the plans. I'm not going to be at the track. I'm not looking to cut down a time slip. Just some balls at 380/400 HP.
So you're never EVER going to want to shift fast? WOTbox is for all occasions. If you never go to the strip, i assume you like to do pulls on the street or the highway. WOTbox does a good job of lessening the blow to the tranny by cutting ignition during the shift.


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