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Old 13 Feb 2016, 02:45 pm
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Did you feel any differences with this changes or like Nitro said it does't do much ?
on the BOV no difference and verified via a DYNO run.


The AGP makes a difference but requires some time consuming adjusting of test and error re adjust, repeat.
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What are the simple upgrade to do to reach 230WHP ?
First start with a verified at least 180 output.

Than STAGE 1 custom adjustment, 2.5 short straight custom CAT back exhaust. A completely sealed intake system verified tested under pressurizing the system to hold 20psi for 3 minutes. Good ignition system with improved grounds and all F/I leads replaced with new connectors. New and flow balanced stock CC fuel injectors. Verified fuel pump volume and pressure operation.


This is good for 223 verified output.


Do not be fooled by posted HP reports from anyone. Do your own base line DYNO testing first to confirm what you have to start with.

Always test the soundness of the engine and do the basic compression check followed by a cylinder leak down test, pressure test the cooling system and data log all the information before increasing power levels of any engine.
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Old 17 Feb 2016, 02:43 pm
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Default Re: How to start ?

Some body tried this :

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Old 25 Feb 2016, 06:17 am
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Default Re: How to start ?

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on the BOV no difference and verified via a DYNO run.


The AGP makes a difference but requires some time consuming adjusting of test and error re adjust, repeat.

First start with a verified at least 180 output.

Than STAGE 1 custom adjustment,
2.5 short straight custom CAT back exhaust.

What does mind CAT ?

A completely sealed intake system verified tested under pressurizing the system to hold 20psi for 3 minutes.

How do you verify it ?

Good ignition system with improved grounds and all F/I leads replaced with new connectors.

What is all F/I leads ?

New and flow balanced stock CC fuel injectors.

550CC ? 650CC ? 750CC ? .

Verified fuel pump volume and pressure operation.


This is good for 223 verified output.


Do not be fooled by posted HP reports from anyone. Do your own base line DYNO testing first to confirm what you have to start with.

Always test the soundness of the engine and do the basic compression check followed by a cylinder leak down test, pressure test the cooling system and data log all the information before increasing power levels of any engine.

I ll do this first ( you see Im listening )
Thanks for your answer
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Old 10 Mar 2016, 09:17 pm
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Default Re: How to start ?

Do what I'm doing, snag a motor out of the junkyard and start building! I was able to find a complete motor, intake mani, turbo, wiring harness, etc. for around $650 if I remember right, of course that's where I live so prices will most likely be different. I've beenworking on the motor for what feels like forever now but hopefully have it in and running by June.

While building the motor work on other supporting mods such as suspension, DST tuner so you can get custom tunes, intake, ignition, O2 housing, exhaust, basic maintenance such as bushings and stuff. Then once your ready to drop the motor in you can do the clutch if needed and whatever else you couldn't reach with the motor in.

Decide if you wanna go big turbo or BWS and decide how much money you wanna spend lol. I'm hoping for mid 400's but I honestly don't know what I'll hit. I'll post syno sheets once I'm done though.

A BWS turbo would be a good upgrade for you, of course this is just opinion as I have yet to actually install mine, but it will let you push more boost and have faster spool times without having to upgrade anything else if you choose not to. I don't even think a tune is necessarily needed for one but I could be wrong there.

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The think is that in France it s very difficult to find a GT Pt
And a lot of more to find one in a junkyard
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