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what is you most notable performance upgrade as far as acceleration goes. which part did you install that made the biggest difference while the pedal was to the floor during the test drive. cai? , ic pipes, fmic? exhaust . ect. lets hear you experience with how your car felt while you took it for a test drive after installing the part.
:eek: or was it, wow not much of a difference?
was it wow what a difference :mad:
 

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From the talk of the town it sounds like the FMIC and piping is the way to go for that. I personally haven't done that yet because I'm overseas anxious to start building mine.
 

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I just got my ic pipes in the mail today and ill be installing them tomorrow night. I'll let you know what I think. I bought the injen set.
 

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FMIC and piping for sure.
 

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I have the underdrive pulley along with alll the injen parts and the underdrive makes a considerable difference in acceleration. My buddy has 2.0t Genesis and he used to pull on me pretty hard. Now we are nose to nose on a thitd gear pull. He still gets me from a dead stop but he also has a bigger turbo and dohc
 

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How was the underdrive pulley install?

I have the underdrive pulley along with alll the injen parts and the underdrive makes a considerable difference in acceleration. My buddy has 2.0t Genesis and he used to pull on me pretty hard. Now we are nose to nose on a thitd gear pull. He still gets me from a dead stop but he also has a bigger turbo and dohc
 

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It was pretty easy. It took me less than an hour. First remove the passenger side wheel, peel back the wheel liner and the pulleys are right there. Remove 3 bolts from the underdrive on the crank. Detention and remove the belt. Line the new pulley up with the pin on the crank (there is only one way toline it up so you cant do it incorrectly). Put the three new bolts on that come with the kit, torque them to 19ft/lbs.put the new belt on and your done.
 
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