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Yes. Not sure it’ll do it at though to be honest.

I’ve only had a 2.9.

I mean you could run a lower as well but you start making it heat pump.


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Yes. Not sure it’ll do it at though to be honest.

I’ve only had a 2.9.

I mean you could run a lower as well but you start making it heat pump.


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On the spreadsheet with the different mod combos and dyno numbers I see a 2.3 Whipple that made 22PSI on a 2.75/4lb lower. I do have a 2.7" upper just laying around, maybe run that with a 4lb lower and make it a little extra spicy

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Buy a McLeod buy once cry once. That said I think a lot of people like Mantic clutches too but I have no experience with them.


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What would be some of the benefits of going this route vs the stock computer with the SCT?

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Easier to tune. No work around for bigger injectors. You can run low impedance (cheaper) injectors. Plus a whole bunch of safety stuff you can add in.

I run an RXT and my car is 99% street. I've been stuck in traffic with it and it's been fine. I also taught my kids to drive a manual with it.

I've heard Mantics are nice. And for what they cost they better be.
 

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Easier to tune. No work around for bigger injectors. You can run low impedance (cheaper) injectors. Plus a whole bunch of safety stuff you can add in.

I run an RXT and my car is 99% street. I've been stuck in traffic with it and it's been fine. I also taught my kids to drive a manual with it.

I've heard Mantics are nice. And for what they cost they better be.
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With how far aftermarket ecu's have come it's really a no brainer to swap computers if you don't have to worry about passing emissions. Heck the shop out by me now has a gateway available to make a Holley system PNP.

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Come to think it, OP. Buy a Coyote and supercharge it. ;)
Sid needs to put in a dislike button just for you. :p
With how far aftermarket ecu's have come it's really a no brainer to swap computers if you don't have to worry about passing emissions. Heck the shop out by me now has a gateway available to make a Holley system PNP.

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That's cool to see. I'm not a huge fan of the Holley system for a couple reasons, but it's good to see more options coming out.
 

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