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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 7:55 pm 
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yup hes got a good point and dont increase power too much do it in steps if you can saves you getting bored so quick. i know i'm bored of std turbo power


I'd never thought about that power thing before, but it makes very good sense. Obviously it'd be silly to do a stage 1, stage 2, stage 3 head etc.... but things like an inlet manifold, map etc, you could all do in stages without wasting money...

Good call! 8-)

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TonyBlackFRST wrote:
yup hes got a good point and dont increase power too much do it in steps if you can saves you getting bored so quick. i know i'm bored of std turbo power


I'd never thought about that power thing before, but it makes very good sense. Obviously it'd be silly to do a stage 1, stage 2, stage 3 head etc.... but things like an inlet manifold, map etc, you could all do in stages without wasting money...

Good call! 8-)


yup spot on. like doing air filter then zorst but with bigger and better thigns, if you do the head do it all out but do it after you've had the engine. it does make sense and keeps your interest in the car alive

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i'd get 2.0 big fuck off brakes low as fuck suspension and a bib if have money left over

if it was my car i had the money to spend on it i'd get 2.0 cossie bib and full respray java blue :D

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TonyBlackFRST wrote:
yup hes got a good point and dont increase power too much do it in steps if you can saves you getting bored so quick. i know i'm bored of std turbo power


I'd never thought about that power thing before, but it makes very good sense. Obviously it'd be silly to do a stage 1, stage 2, stage 3 head etc.... but things like an inlet manifold, map etc, you could all do in stages without wasting money...

Good call! 8-)


yup spot on. like doing air filter then zorst but with bigger and better thigns, if you do the head do it all out but do it after you've had the engine. it does make sense and keeps your interest in the car alive


you could buil a fairly strong N/A 2ltr with that kind of money
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fairly? make the bottom end hardcore and run it on aftermarket managment and make it rev to high heavens :chill:

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Or just sell the car and buy a Pulsar :D

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Buy Xfactors 2.0 and have him fit it too, that would add up to ?2500 i think :)


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