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Post by CBCGSXR1000 » Dec Fri 14, 2007 9:04 am

Ya i know i looked into that alil befor i got it.
now im lookin for a block to build up to a stroker.
Well u know how it is always need more power not for
year or so need to finish twekin this one first:twisted:
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Post by Mikewire » Dec Fri 14, 2007 9:31 am

CBCGSXR1000 wrote:Ya i know i looked into that alil befor i got it.
now im lookin for a block to build up to a stroker.
Well u know how it is always need more power not for
year or so need to finish twekin this one first:twisted:
Dood, you won't need or want a stroker after you chip your car - 57 hp and 72 ft-lbs is a lot for the $$. If you go stage 2 you'll get another 20hp probably. With the intake and exhaust you already have I would bet you would put down more HP than expected. Plus you will get way more boost from your stock turbo...maybe 18+psi?! Save your $$ for a big turbo kit (K04) and you could be putting down close to 300hp. In a 4cyl and and light car like a Jetta that will put you back into the seat hard.

Build up a stroker while you are doing this --^^-- :beer: :beer:

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Post by Mikewire » Dec Fri 14, 2007 9:40 am

Rennwagen1 wrote:Yes, you are correct Mike, I am the newest and only authorised REVO dealer in Montana. I will have to say this first, though. I am totally brand new to this software, and I will need to do some research first on your car. As far as I know, you would not be able to modify it with Lemmiwinks, nor would you want to. think you would already be into stage 2 or 3, and an SPS tuner if you are planning on turboing the car. When it comes down to that, I may be able to get a custom tune, based on modification. Gimme a little bit of time, and I will have more.
Hmm, well I'm not sure of the gains on a stock 2.o - it may not be worth the cost/HP but I thought to check it out. I have plans to turbo the car, but I need the put the parts together - Wade you have a source for a K03s or something comparable?

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Post by JayRyan » Dec Fri 14, 2007 9:48 am

MikeWire wrote:Hmm, well I'm not sure of the gains on a stock 2.o - it may not be worth the cost/HP but I thought to check it out. I have plans to turbo the car, but I need the put the parts together - Wade you have a source for a K03s or something comparable?
Similar to a VR6, I would expect it primarily changes your torque curve. I would wait and simply get it done when you Turbo it.

I have Revo and was thinking about spending the $50 and getting bumped to Stage II. I'm not unhappy with Revo at the moment (you lose your misfire warning) but I'm not really a fan either. I currently have the Revo big injector programming. I'm in Billings if anyone wants to go for a ride. Remember, though, my car's very heavy and AWD as well.

I'm plannig on moving to MTM's Stage III (K04) once my K03 goes.
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Post by CBCGSXR1000 » Dec Fri 14, 2007 10:33 am

Right on.
See with so of the upgrades there are warnings that say internal parts
may not handle upgrades .
So im guna build one that can.
Im lookin at a honey well balistic ball bearing turbo kit
should put out around 350+ horse.
Might be hard to get it to hook up but im lookin at some comp tires
they should help but that down the road other things
first u know. :twisted:
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