Thank you everyone for you imput, that Power FC is awesome I think I might have to get that
. I was compareing it to other 1.8's and some had more torque like the lancer, sentra, I wish we had the engine of the s2000 that would be sweet
I noticed you have a GT, and actually the GT makes about the same torque as the GTS just lower, so that's our stronger stock candidate for comparison. A GTS with a PowerFC is a different story.
The 1.8 L GT has more torque than the lancer 2.0 (lol) and a little less torque than the sentra 1.8 L.
Lancer 2.0 L (ES or OZ rally):
120 lb-ft @ 4250 rpmhttp://www.mitsubishimotors.com/MMSA/jsp/lancer/features_specs.jsp?t=all
Sentra 1.8 L
129 lb-ft @ 2400 rpmhttp://www.nissanusa.com/vehicles/ModelSpecifications/0,,120013||,00.html
Celica GT 1.8 L
125 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm
the lower "low-end" torque brother for comparison:
Celica GTS 1.8 L w/ PowerFC + Injen CAI
approximate crank numbers:
120 lb-ft at 3000 rpm
125 lb-ft at 4000 rpm
So in conclusion, the lancer is nothing to worry about, but the sentra is a bit better since the peak torque comes on at 2400 rpm compared to the GT at 4200 rpm. That could be the result of a more aggressively tuned ECU in the sentra, and nothing that probably can't be fixed with a PowerFC for the GT.