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#55 of 84 Re: 2003 G35 COUPE [jimmytango00]
Oct 20, 2005 (11:48 am)
Hopefully you will get some good lowering springs to adjust your ride comfortbility. 18s and cheap springs will really make your car bouncy without even going over 45mph. For the shocks, if you don't lower it too much, you'll probably get by them in several yrs or so IMO./ I have stock shocks right now and still doing fine for about 2 years now. Car is lowered 2 inches front and 1.5" in the rear. Also, get a camber kit if you need one.
#56 of 84 Re: Tuning Chips for 2003 A4 3.0 [greydolphin]
Oct 24, 2005 (7:02 pm)
FYI: For those of you who own B7 A4 2.0t's, ECU tuning for these cars is not what it seems. Tuners such as APR and REVO are seeing massive gains just by flashing the ECU. APR is showing 232hp, 273lb-ft estimated to the crank on 91 octane, and 241hp, 292lb-ft estimated to the crank on 93 octane. Stock numbers are 200hp/207lb-ft from Audi, but these numbers are very conservative. APR dynoed a stock B7 2.0t and found on 93 octane, it pulled 178hp to the wheels. If you assume that you are losing 20% power to the drivetrain loss (this is pretty conservative), that would equal 220+ hp to the crank. I own a 06 A4 2.0t quattro and I have to admit, this thing pulls as hard if not harder than my 98 Mitsu Eclipse GSX (210hp, 214lb-tq) I owned previously.
Also, the new Civic was first advertised with 200hp, but since SAE changed the way it measured hp, they legally had to post 197hp. Funny how Audi didn't have to lower its hp rating.
Word of advise, if your gonna chip your car, it will definately increase power/torque. But the fact of the matter is, if your car is not forced induced it turbo/super, I would imagine the gains won't be that impressive and therefore not worth it.
The solution? Force induce your car!
#57 of 84 Re: Tuning Chips for 2003 A4 3.0 [onkloud9]
Dec 26, 2005 (9:04 am)
Kloud9: Doyou have a chip recommendation for 2.0t A3 DSG. Thanks.
#58 of 84 I'm running APR 91 Octane reflash...
Dec 26, 2005 (10:47 am)
...and I certainly do feel the extra torque. The B7 might not look like much of an upgrade from the B6 but, man, what an improved car. I've had my '06 B7 since August and even with the cold weather here in NE Ohio, the car hasn't had a burp or squeak.
And naturally it's Quattro with the sports suspension and manual tranny
My only regret is that I only average 30 mph on my short drive to work. I used to be able to nearly do that on a mountain bike.
Mar 07, 2006 (9:56 am)
has anyone heard any good news or results from these performance modules im goin to put it in a 99 cavalier 2.2 l engine. any feed back would be appreciated thank you
Apr 07, 2006 (12:00 am)
Trying to chip my vehicle, i have read all the posted messages and i am indifferent about what to do. Is it a good idea or a bad one and who should i work with?
Please give me some information thanks, I have done a little homework on this, but gettin confused about the 1.0 and + numbers and so forth. Thanks?
please email if possible
#62 of 84 new 2007 Sebring 3.5L 235hp increase to 280hp
Jan 14, 2007 (7:09 pm)
Just heard from the Chrysler salesman you can mod the new 2007 Sebring 3.5L from 235hp to 280hp with a simple upgrade to a larger air manifold and change out the chip to a Chrysler 300 performance chip. Maybe just hogwash but I will do a little more research. Just test drove the production line version, nice power with the 3.5L with the auto stick and sport tuned suspension, 18" wheels, she flies, imagine at 280hp on that midsized car. He also mentioned the new Chrysler Caliber SRT4 will have 300hp with a turbocharged 4 banger, wow,how will that thing stay together,thats a kids car, so cheap for so much horsepower.
#63 of 84 Re: new 2007 Sebring 3.5L 235hp increase to 280hp [flash11]
Jan 15, 2007 (9:08 am)
45 hp on an NA car with a chip and intake? I don't buy it for a second.
#64 of 84 Bolt on mods and programmers for 2002 5.3 liter silverado
Sep 19, 2007 (8:09 am)
I have 2002 chevy with a programmer and dual exaust im wanting to add more after market parts but I dont want to dump a hole pile of money into mods that r not going to do anything can anybody help me!Perferablie sombody who has gone though the same problems and has found the best results.