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post #1 of 16 Old May 19th, 2007, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
 
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Is this typical?

I just want to be able to get 260-270 rwhp and what bolt ons would make this achievable? and i dont want Nos nor a blower..i want to stay N/A..thankx

i already have Steeda UD pulleys and a jlt kit..oh and some weld in flows..lol
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post #2 of 16 Old May 19th, 2007, 06:39 PM
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it's easily done.

get full exhaust and a tuner and you should be there.




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just the basic boltons and you should be there. I am a little over 260 N/A with the bolt ons that I have.


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thnx...but i dont plan on changing the stock h pipe will that affect me alot? i live in "get dicked for everything" california...lol thnx guys you guys are a handful of help!!!
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change it out man.

when i was in CA I passed smog running an x-pipe no problems.

just get one with cats.




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get new headers that will help u. but ur stock exhaust will hold u bak alote
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post #7 of 16 Old May 19th, 2007, 06:50 PM
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Is it true you gotta get your car inspected every year in the us?

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lol no. i havnt heard that ever
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it shouldn't, but having the 4 cats on the stock pipe is really restricting.


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okay...thnx alot comrades...you suggest i start with an x with high flow cats? by the way when you were in cali which ones did you pass the test with?? anyone know of any that are truley C.A.R.B legal??
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none of them are carb legal.

I passed with a MAC catted x pipe.
I was in San Diego until this past Jan.

most smog monkeys when they do the visual they just check to see if there are cats in place.

carb stickers...lol

I know someone that sells them in Ca.




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cool ill be keeping in touch with you.
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lol no. i havnt heard that ever
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depends on the year.. i think in georgia your car has to be 5 years old before you start getting inspections then you dont have to have inspections after it is 20 or 25 years old i believe

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