WiscoBaller, on 18 September 2012 - 02:08 PM, said:
btu shortie, on 18 September 2012 - 11:45 AM, said:
aj619, on 17 September 2012 - 03:58 PM, said:
2007 ford fusion SE V6 Chipped with mild upgrades Producing 300 BHP
I got it that way
youre full of shit lol no way your pushing 300hp out of a ford fusion with just a chip and intake and injectors..
Intake adds like 3 hp max injectors dont add much and a chip on acar barely does anything.. If your gonna push 300 hp out of a fusion your gonna have to have some type of force induction in it.. fusion is made for gas mileage like 30 mpg in that car and up 300hp would be stupid to have in a fusion..
Ok Mr. Negative, no need to flame. What if he is thinking that SE means Sport Edtion, and he has a sport? That is a 3.5L V6 that starts with 263 horsepower. If you modify the computer tune (most people think of this as a chip, but they are not interchangable) add a high flow filter and injectors, 300HP is not that far off. My GTi comes with 200 HP stock, but if I go get an APR tune, it boosts it by 85 HP. If people asked what I had done to it, I would just say I had it chipped, instead of saying I retuned the ECU. See how I have to explain less when I say chipped?
GTI is also turbo, very very easy to turn up the boost and get more power from a turbo motor, and NA engine, a tune does very little because most NA engines stock are tuned pretty well. most of the tune on a GTI merely increases the boost, and the associated fueling and such. on an NA engine you might be able to advance timing a hair, but not much. otherwise there just arnt any handles on an NA engine that you can turn to squeeze more juice out of it.
his best bet for power is pull the cats, and then tune it so that he doesnt a check engine/emissions light. but on most modern cars, the cats are pretty good. if it was a 80s or 90s car, pulling the cats can easily give you 30 hp, on most modern cars, not so much.
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sticktodrum, on 19 November 2010 - 02:44 PM, said:
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