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I see lots of people asking whats does and what doesn't work on these cars.

 

People think that you have to fit parts to get any gain form a Uprev this is wrong , these cars need to i,s dotting and T,s crossing even in stock form , if you cant afford anything other than the reflash just have this done you never be unhappy after a reflash.

 

If you want to fit other parts see below;

 

Abbey idea,s; all dyno proven on our Dynapack ( We have had our Dynapack for 8 years)

 

DE 276bhp cars

 

Best tuning mods;

 

Stock airbox with a panel filter ( or find a REVUP 296bhp air box) again fitted with Panel filter

these help a lot with inlet temp heat soak but do give the cars more torque than any Race type filter set up) and are quiet

 

Remove stock cats , best De-cats are the Motordyne Resonated Decats but if you dont want to pay the money then stock Decats work , we try to use Berks as they seem the best quality (have used Japspeed these normally require some work to fit correctly)

 

Y pipe we use Motordyne XYZ normally fitted with a Race cat , we find moving the cat away from the headers helps make the car produce torque/bhp and helps smooth the power out. You can always remove the race cats and fit a decat pipe/silencer to give a few more BHP. But running the race cat keeps the car 100% road legal.

 

Motordyne 5/16 base spacer works as well.

 

We reconmend keeping the stock exhaust system , good for 400bhp we have found nice and quiet for everyday use but with the above mods will bark when you floor the throttle.

 

 

Revup cars;

 

The same as above + we advise to fit a Motordyne Revup lower collector this together with the above mods gives these car the midrange torque that they are missing as a stock car.

 

HR Motors;

 

again same re the exhaust/cats idea as both DE and Rev up engined cars , these we find are best on stock airboxes people like fitting Nismo/Stillen filters kits for the noise but they dont give as much torque/bhp as the stock airbox set up fitted with panel filters.

 

No plenum spacers on these cars thou ;-(

 

 

 

hope this all helps

 

I can do a package deal with regards the above mods if people so

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DE 276bhp cars

Best tuning mods;

 

Stock airbox with a panel filter ( or find a REVUP 296bhp air box) again fitted with Panel filter

these help a lot with inlet temp heat soak but do give the cars more torque than any Race type filter set up) and are quiet

 

Remove stock cats , best De-cats are the Motordyne Resonated Decats but if you dont want to pay the money then stock Decats work , we try to use Berks as they seem the best quality (have used Japspeed these normally require some work to fit correctly)

 

Y pipe we use Motordyne XYZ normally fitted with a Race cat , we find moving the cat away from the headers helps make the car produce torque/bhp and helps smooth the power out. You can always remove the race cats and fit a decat pipe/silencer to give a few more BHP. But running the race cat keeps the car 100% road legal.

 

Motordyne 5/16 base spacer works as well.

 

We reconmend keeping the stock exhaust system , good for 400bhp we have found nice and quiet for everyday use but with the above mods will bark when you floor the throttle.

 

I can do a package deal with regards the above mods if people so

 

I'd be interested in XYZ with race cats & 5/16 spacer.

 

In terms of package deals, what's the price for the above mods with a reflash?

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Can you pm me a package price for the Uprev and fitting of Berks decats.

 

Thanks.

 

PS - I do track days with 100db limit. Currently at 88db with Blueflame cat-back exhaust. Any idea on increase in db with Berks decats?

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And gave me 274 whp :)

 

2002 JDM car

06 airbox with blitz panel filter

MD plenum spacer

Resonated decats

UpRev

Envy Y pipe

Scorpion exhaust

 

actually thats really useful to know as from reading around on here the 06 airbox is good for another 4-5bhp and an aftermarket mid/backend exhaust system, another 4-5bhp

which would explain the 10bhp between my car and yours pretty well! ive been trying for ages to get an 06 airbox with absolutely no success

 

or , of course it could be pure coincidence that the 2 extra mods gave this difference and it could be due to temperature on the day, engine condition, cars being a different colour etc etc etc :lol:

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