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Old 10-14-2005, 08:40 AM   #1
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I am on a short budget so are the list of mods I want to do with my budget......

CAI /w K+N cone the $55 ones on ebay shipped
Magnaflow High Flow cat
Removed resonator
Flowmasters 80 series
180 degree T-stat
A Upgraded PCM (once I find one for a obd I car for cheap cant get a intense :( )

What do you think my qtr mile times would be and my est crank hp would be?
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id say you're looking at high 15'* in the 1320
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Mid to High 15'*. And don't remove the resonator. There'* nothing to be gained there, and you'll hate the sound.

My 93 never had one. That started in 94. I ADDED one. Use that extra money for a full tuneup and trans service.

Call it +15hp without the PCM, Maybe +20-25 with a PCM.
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i removed my res. and i love how it sounds. its raspy but not too much. its just right and its sounds amazing.
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i removed my res. and i love how it sounds. its raspy but not too much. its just right and its sounds amazing.
Series 2 very well could have a slightly different note than a Series 1. My 93 was way too raspy for me with the 300Z duals on it.
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Removed resonator and Flowmasters 80 series would be more sound than performance so If you are going for more performance and want to do some exhause work I would recomend PEMs or even a high flow cat if the one you have is old and may have some blockage in it slowing the air comming out.
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