To get close to that number you will need a bigger turbo.
Well I wasn't saying that I only wanted to put a couple hundred into it. I meant like a couple hundred each part. I just don't want to be spending hundreds almost thousands a piece for certain parts. You know what I mean? I hope this makes more sense. But thanks for the other recommendations.You will not see noticeable difference in performance with a few hundred bucks dumped in. .
Thank you! That was actually really helpful. I will definitely look into those. I am kind of drawn because I sorta am chasing that 425 but sorta not. It's what I would love to have but if I end up being not far off and still really enjoy the ride of it, I think I'll be just as happy.i think you shouldnt worry about chasing a number, but research and add mods that will give you satisfactory power. as you outgrow the current mod or hp number, move onto the next. a typical engine mod sequence that many do can look something like this:
intake + tune
downpipe + tune
aftermarket top mount, fuel pump, electronic boost control solenoid, + tune
up pipe and/or wastegate and/or headers + tune
A reasonable list:
CAI (if noise is desired)
Nomjmwrx said:Am I correct that the only things on that list that actually add hp are the downpipe and tune?
Which others add hp and how much
Run straight E85 on top of these mods and get there fasterCAI and TGV deletes will increase power output as well.. how much depends on several factors, but the TGV deletes alone should provide a good boost in power.