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Old 01-25-2008, 06:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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What to do?

What's up fellas and ladies if your there...

After a 4 Month Hiatus (sp?) my car has a stronger T-case thanks to Shep. Now since I can finally drive my car again I'm yearning for a bit more power but can't seem to descide on what to do. I want to keep the stock turbo because of it's responsiveness and the fact that upgrading would make the DD aspect suffer. The obvious things I can do are to put the car on a diet but again I don't want to compromise the DDness of the car. And most things CF are a not really worth the lbs they save compared to how much you spend. Put i your 2 cents at will please. My mods are in my profile.

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Old 01-25-2008, 07:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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tuned? FMIC? you are kinda done if you are limited to the stock turbo and are just doing bolt-ons

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Old 01-26-2008, 12:14 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Like evoRSTroy said; tune.
From the profile it says Buschur FMIC so I think that's covered, but I didn't see anything regarding a tune.
Suspension stuff?



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I have a custom tune from a local source. My mistake. Your responses are prettymuch what I thought but since I've been out of the car thing for a while I just wasn't sure of my options.

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it was late when I looked at the profile, guess I didn't notice the intercooler on there

alky kit, nitrous? ignition amplifier, stiffer engine mounts, engine torque damper (supposedly easier shifts from those last two, more fun )
bigger injectors, turn up the boost?

looking for just power mods? or, like turboLarry said, start doing some suspension tuning, have some fun in the corners
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Old 01-26-2008, 09:04 AM   #6 (permalink)
 
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Power mods mostly. If I wanted to mess with the suspension at all I plan on buying the Megan street coils. Engine mounts and torque damper I have but haven't installed. I have looked at the different ignition amps but the ones that I've seen have just looked like they don't do anything.

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All the bolt ons first before the amps. IMO. Cams are big and head studs while u are there

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