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Old 04-17-2006, 11:03 AM   #1
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I made a new video since installing the Intense MPS and 3.5 pulley. This time traction control was off. I still can't get any traction off the line with the RSA'*.Get out your stop wathces and help me out. I timed it at around 6.8 seconds 0 to 60. My next question is, would I really benefit from putting in an FWI?

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a fwi wont necessarily give you 20 extra hp, but it will expand the car'* potential for future mods. you will love the extra whine from it though...
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404 Error Traction not Found
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The FWI should actually be a big improvement in how the car runs if you are switching from a stock intake on a modified car. At the very least, you may see a small bump in mpg.
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sheesh! learn how to launch!! all that tire spin is not helping you

powerbrake to 1500-1750 and let off and ease into the go pedal... dont give it 100% right away... prolly 50-60%... you can feel when you are slipping... you're gonna get the most speed right before the point of slipping

yeah looks like a 6.8 0-60
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that sounds so good man

i like your car!

The good; You'll be getting cooler air if you're bringing it in from farther off the engine

The bad; i don't know how much one costs, but i think it would work alot better.
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edit.. my bad.. read it wrong
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wow. thats some serious wheel spin .Traction control is your friend
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With the FWI and a 3.4" you should be at 6.5 sec to 60
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With traction you should be at 6.0 sec
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