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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2007 5:34 pm 
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As followed up from this thread --->
http://forum.silviansw.com/viewtopic.php?t=28518
Ive decided to go with the Garrett GT2860RS in chase of my aim of 220-230rwkw.

My current mods are a front mount, exhaust and pod filter.

Ive done some reading and to achieve my goal I will also need;
Fuel pump upgrade, injector upgrade and ecu chipped, and up grade clutch, and a boost controller.

My question is, will this be enough to achieve my desired power level?

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2007 5:45 pm 
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not exactly a must have item however rb's are well known for breaking down under boost.. so probly a coilpack upgrade is in need, aswell as a bigger afm if you choose the remap the std ecu...

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2007 5:47 pm 
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I had a look and a Z32 afm will do the trick.

EDIT: I havnt mentioned that I only have a cat back stainless exhaust system, not sure weather to keep it all stainless or not. Doesnt really matter does it?

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Get at least a dump and front pipe to clear out the system. Your exhaust will only flow as fast as it's smallest restriction. In this case, it's the dump and/or front

A decent set should be under 400 dollars and you'll notice a massive increase in response and power. Maybe take a look at the CES designs, I have one on my S14 and yielded 14rwkw just from the dump/front combo alone. Great bang for buck if you ask me.

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Yeah I know what difference dump and front pipe makes, I done this to my old silvia.
To put it simply, I wana be able to do it all in stages.
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Full exhaust and boost controller then turbo.

Next step, injectors, afm, fuel pump and ecu.
Would these steps work.

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i would do fuel pump then exhaust then get a boost controller but dont set it, then aquire the injectors,turbo afm etc. get it all fitted and tuned and you should be sorted. reason i say fuel pump first is because a front pipe could potentialy raise your boost level. so will a boost controller obviously and you could run the risk of making it lean, thus ends your dreams for 220-230rwkw..

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you'd be better off doing the exhaust,then the fuel pump,then the boost controller,and then the rest in one hit. you'll have the least amount of time without a proper tune that way.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 08, 2008 8:37 pm 
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Full exhaust and boost controller then turbo.

Next step, injectors, afm, fuel pump and ecu.
Would these steps work.


Yup will work..

Finish off exhaust firstly. Get new fuel pump installed.. up the boost a little.. get a fmic or bigger side mount..

If you want bigger turbo, then get turbo, injectors, afm and ecu in one hit.. Safest way!!


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