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Old 06-14-2007, 09:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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how much HP is expected

how much hp/tq could i expect with a fan delete kit
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Old 06-14-2007, 09:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I dont have one, but isnt it more to do with throttle response, kind of like under drive pulleys? Less drag on the motor.
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ya that would make since

i just put a m50 in so im trying to think of good ideas to regain some low in torque
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How long did it take your car to adapt to the M50? I bet it is a nice difference isnt it! I wish cars that already have M50 OBD1 manifolds, could get hp gains like that for the price...
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how much do they gain from the m50 swap?
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Max looking at 9 rwhp for m50 manifold. Best achieved with new tuning.

Fan delete, expect 0 rwhp/0rwtq other than your psychological butt dyno. Approximate numbers.
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it took a little while for my car to get use to the m50. i drove it home that night from my friends house and than later the next day it was running pretty good.

whats an easy diy i can do to get some torque. im going to get a shark injector for sure, anything else i can do? i cant afford cams right now so so thats way out of the question
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maybe you could put some octane booster in the fuel? i don't know if this will increase torqe actually, but it seems to increase hp anyway.
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octane boosters? never knew that was possible
how would i go about doing that
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just go to your local autopart store and look on the shelf next to injector cleaners and it should be there.
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