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Old 07 Mar 2007, 03:52 am
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Default how should I make some power?

I've been reading about this "Prototype Power system" on here, and I've never really fully understood what it is. Something about the S2 wastegate and what else?? Does the SRT-4 S2 kit work on PT cruisers?
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Old 08 Mar 2007, 02:44 am
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It's an intake system made for the PT GT. I am more than happy with mine. Check out prototypepower.com for all the details.
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SRT-4 Stage 2 will not work on a PT. The ProtoType Power system consists of an intake and metal uppercharge pipe to replace the factory one which will balloon under high boost.
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