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Old 12-20-2012, 08:24 AM   #31
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That sounds a little fishy though, unless they lost a cylinder from a misfire or those coils were really messed up how would it lose a whole 50 hp. I felt like I gained a little when I did my plugs and coils (probably cuz of the plugs) Does anyone have any experience with steeda coils?
I agree and all that is hearsay, which I try to avoid repeating.
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Old 12-21-2012, 06:37 AM   #32
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I agree and all that is hearsay, which I try to avoid repeating.
Moosestang. You need to adjust your dashpot setting to change your coast rpm.

If you just bolt on that tb, you won't gain anything really.

I also adjusted my MaF transfer table and i believe I added 3% to 5% across the board.


But if your cfm of you air filter and intake tube is too small, there won't be enough air to change the afr.
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Old 12-21-2012, 11:39 AM   #33
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Adding a larger tb on a supercharged car can increase the boost, that's where the power increase comes from
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Moosestang. You need to adjust your dashpot setting to change your coast rpm.

If you just bolt on that tb, you won't gain anything really.

I also adjusted my MaF transfer table and i believe I added 3% to 5% across the board.


But if your cfm of you air filter and intake tube is too small, there won't be enough air to change the afr.
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