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400hp?

im looking to make around 400hp out of my 95.

its in the process of new body but when im done with that i plan on building up the motor.

so at first i am just gonna go with gauges intake exhuast and tony wildman chip.

then i want the build up the trans, put in headstuds, so it can hold the power?

then hybrid injectors, electric fuel system. now tell me what else i need i know theres more i just cant think of it.
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post #2 of 5 Old 06-19-2008, 05:25 PM
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You will also need a new turbo. Intercooler wouldnt be a bad addition either

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i duno how i forgot to say those to but what kind do you all recomend on the parts
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Hybrids, fuel system, turbo (at least and H2E), head studs, BTS transmission, and you should be about there. That's after the basics of gauges, intake, exhaust, and chip.
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With a 95 15* HPOP I'd look at upgrading to a 17*SD HPOP You can easyly get 400HP with 2's also.
Turbo..Beans D66 or a H2e
Intake and exhaust..Tymar..best for the $$
BTS or John Wood trans...only choices IMO
Don't forget a RS kit and SD springs when you install the D60


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