Would I be able to get a set of performance cams for my 00GTS, or what else can i do to the engine to increase Horsepower...not like a turbo, maybe and Intake manifold, headers, safc, cams, portnpolish, whatelse and where can i get more parts??
Exhaust and Cold Air Intake will give you a little more hp, and if you don't want to turbo you can always put a supercharger. I heard somewhere that trial headers gave out like 10 hp more or something like that, but not sure on this one you might want to check it out.
I already have a CAI, and im going to be getting a Kazuma exhaust...where can i buy trial headers and what else do i need to buy with them, like the downpipe??? and im still interested in the cams..or is that just too much work?
Cams are good idea. I don`t know if there are any for the GTS, but try to find one. I also suggest a port and polish on the c.head. That can help a lot.You also should chiptunig it or buy a pro fuel, ignition, timing, rev.limit controller, like Apexi power fc or Greddy e-manage. Don`t buy anything like Apexi SAFC or VAFC they are not pro. What you allready have and with these mods I guess you can make safe 40~50 REAL!! HP gain.
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RicePowered is right.The S-AFC is only a fuel computer that adjusts fuel/air ratio by modifying the air-flow meter/MAP sensor signal.
The Power fc replaces your ecu. It has a handheld tool with a monitor to set everything. The Greddy is attached to the ecu, but controlls everything what the ecu would. You can set it thru a PC (notebook).Theese are pro.s
Originally posted by Dave K: I already have a CAI, and im going to be getting a Kazuma exhaust...where can i buy trial headers and what else do i need to buy with them, like the downpipe??? and im still interested in the cams..or is that just too much work?
yea the safc is crap, the ecu will just reset itself and you go back to stock in like a week or so, greddy emanage or better the apex power fc works good. I have the TRD header, and i works great, i love it good power gains on top of it.
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