yea that looks sweet and i did check vid a lil bit ago and ino my goal is intake LT headers high flow cat and borla exhaust. but i guess my main goal of this thread was to bring a comparison to all brands of the types of n/a upgrades. and suspension wise i cant afford coilovers quite yet but def down the road but probably strut bars and such.
but i figured with a thread like this you could see variances between brands why people like the sound of the rasp of this exhaust to throat of this one. then who ever is looking as more of a base line to go off of. i guess just a more in depth to N/a bible.....
now this sounds bad after the first ten pages i stopped reading after all the bickering and fighting about a pulley so maybe after that i miss alot of good information, so that is on me ..........
just trying to help in a way
See I went with the route of a 91VR4 TT & 95 N/A
One is for weekend driving other is DD. Plus it pays off having 2 of them The VR-4 can be getting work done to make it faster while the N/A you can drive to get around yet still feel good because you rolling in the GTO :]
This now has the parts been waiting for. And almost done.
But why has no one that posted here have pics of under thier hood.
OBX long tube headers, Flow master single 3" in with dual 2.5 outs. VR4 runners with 2 liter plenum, port matched lower intake, stage 3 or better race preped heads with 1 mm oversize Rev valves, Rev race dual springs and Rev keepers, Delta/HKS 272 cams, 3SX adjustable cam gears, 3.0 Cobra Mustang Throttle body, 3.0 LT1 maft and Maftranslater gen II, Alum. Flywheel, Spec stage 5 clutch, VR4 injectors, Wizard wires, Unorthadox under drive. IPS fuel rails w/adj FPR, Fuel loop, Walboro 255 hot wired, Hot wired single fan. Short shifter, Battery relocate. EBC front slotted rotors, EBC Yellow stuff Pads, 3SX SST brake lines, sway bars, springs.
No IAC, NO AC, NO extra weight, VR4 ECU as of NG2011. Still 10 to 1 slugs, Nitto NT05 Comptition Road Course Racing tires. Magan coil overs, 3sx adjustable rear links.
1st place fastest NA - TXG 2012. 1ST place highest hp NA-240 FWHP TXG-2012. 1st place fastest NA - Drag - TXG 11 98mph, 1st place quickest NA - drags 14.773, 1st place Dyno - TXG11 229 FWHP & 236 tq, 2ND place Auto cross NA C/S- NG2011, 1ST place NA dyno - TX gathering 2010 - 229 FWHP & 199 tq, 1st place Fastest NA - TXG 2010 - 98.3 trap, 1st Place quickest NA - TXG 2010 - 14.680, 2ND place 1/4 at NG10, best NA time NG10 - 14.932- no traction, 2ND place 1/4 at NG09,
2ND place Autocross NG09
Your a funny guy for sure. The ride was fun, but that was the old set up.
Now it really rocks. And best I can tell from this 600 mile road trip, Gas milage over 30 MPG. Performance is up as well. Snagged the fastest NA trophey for TXG. But that means nothing as no other NA's would run. Guess I better start running against TT cars in the TT class, even though I've no turbos. But the problem there is no Stock TT will run up against me. Guess I will have to try try harder to run against modded ones.
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