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What makes the most power?

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by SPEEDFREAK0920, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. SPEEDFREAK0920

    SPEEDFREAK0920 Senior Member

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    i have a quick question, and can you please only respond if youve had experience with the product or have dyno graphs to prove it......

    what intake makes the MOST WHP on a b18c gsr engine? (aem cai/aem sri/aem v2/some expensive japanese brand/etc.?)

    what header makes the MOST WHP on a b18c gsr engine? (ssr/hytech/rmf/etc.?)

    this will be on a na jdm b18c . i will be running i/h/e/tune with either blox or skunk2 im. \

    thnx in advance for everyones help ;)
     
  2. get_nick

    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    nobody will reply then. we don't keep dyno graphs of power adders individually. if you want that stuff, check "power pages" from import tuner or other magazone.

    but if you want a good i/h/e.

    the cf password jdm intake is the best, smsp or rage header, and a custom exhaust work best. ^_^
     
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    George777 ^^ Likes Bewbies

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    As for your intake, don't spend gobs of money on one. Get a cheap intake and just put a good filter on it.
     
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    im gonna pick my own. injen cai.and ssr header. with buddy club coming in a close second place
     
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    FLounder power hungry VIP

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    for me... i would say a injen cai, hytech header, test pipe or high flow cat, and a custom mandrel bend exhaust.
     
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    any intake with the least amount of bends (and a heatshield if you're using a short ram)...Also, I'd go for a filter/velocity stack combo

    ITR 4-1 header



    intake manifold = Edelbrock Victor X
     
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    I like a t25 intake, and I'm going to have to go with a t25 60mm exhaust too. They always seem to work better together.
     
  8. SPEEDFREAK0920

    SPEEDFREAK0920 Senior Member

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    does that password jdm cf intake actually make good power? the reason i was thinking aem v2 is because the intake itself is huge! but like HOSMER said, running a velocity stack seems like the way to go. ive heard good things about it

    as for the header, hytech seems to be a no brainer and ive never heard of "rage" headers? im going to look that up asap. ive found a rmf "style" header on ebay going for 450. these headers are reported to make 16whp on a stock b16!!! sounds amazing to me, seeing that its pretty difficult to make power with just bolt ons for a 1.8 liter.

    thnx guys for everyones help. i really appreciate it
     
  9. get_nick

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    no N/A mod is going to make good power. i/h/e might net you 10hp to the wheels.

    don't believe ebay hype. plus, different dynos will have different readings. there is a huge variance between mustang dyno, dynojet, etc.
     
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