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Old 06-17-2021, 06:49 PM   #15
dan_the_drifter
 
Join Date: Mar 2019
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Originally Posted by A DOG 406 View Post
I have an S14 VCT SR20DET, Adaptronic ECU, T28 Spec R Garrett Turbo with 0.64 AR at around 18lbs, 550cc injectors, Greddy Intake, Tubular bottom mount manifold, Full 3in exhaust, 3in intake piping all around with massive intercooler, HKS air filter. Had it dynoed a few years ago and made 308HP. I have done a couple small things since then to help it run better and it feels like around 310-320HP now.

Nice to see the new coilovers on there, but you went from $1,000 BC Racing coils down to $300 Maxpeedingrods?
If you want to eventually get into competition you will need some better coilovers. Those just wont cut it. You pay for what you get especially with suspension parts.

A nice set of STANCE Coilovers or even go back to a new set of BCs would do ya way better in the long run.

STANCE XR1
https://www.enjukuracing.com/product...0sx-95-98.html

BC Racing S14
https://www.enjukuracing.com/product...95-98-s14.html
I have been drifting for about 8 years and competed for about a year and a half lol, got to a top 16 before and qualified into top 32 at all but 2 events out of about 7 or 8 I entered...

A lot of people are getting emotional about me trying these coilovers, not aimed at you just saying in general, I've said it a couple times though I am fitting them to do some R and D for MaXpeedingRods..... If the BC's are that much better I will swap back at a later date, its no big deal.

Also remember I'm in the UK so prices and the way things are done are different to in the US.

Sounds like you have a similar engine set up to me then, if mine had a proper map I would expect over 300hp too.
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