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Old 08-15-2008, 03:39 PM   #11  
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Well there's always long tube headers lol, but theyre such a hassle for what, 20 hp?
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Honestly if you're looking for something that's going to get you noticable gains with the least money invested, which it seems like you are, then:

GEARS. They're not listed in your sig, so if you have them, forget it.

Other than changing up your gear ratio, the only other mod that is going to give you a big difference in power on a 2V for little invested is just as you said: Nitrous. When tuned properly and with all the safety precautions in place, it's not as dangerous as everyone likes to think.
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Gears would have been my next mod, but i would much rather do a mod that actually adds power to the car. Idk maybe i should do gears, hit an 8.9 and be happy haha.
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UDP's... CAI .. gears..every little bit helps..and you'll see more gains since you can tune it with your predator.
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GEARS by far add a night and day difference.Best bang for the buck mod you can do.
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Honestly if you're looking for something that's going to get you noticable gains with the least money invested, which it seems like you are, then:

GEARS. They're not listed in your sig, so if you have them, forget it.

Other than changing up your gear ratio, the only other mod that is going to give you a big difference in power on a 2V for little invested is just as you said: Nitrous. When tuned properly and with all the safety precautions in place, it's not as dangerous as everyone likes to think.

What gains from gears should i see at the track? One or two tenths?
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