If your lookin to save a lot and have the time a few people on here sent theirs out to rosewood for stage one rebuild, It's around the 600 mark, you send him yours and he sends them back to ya but bigger.otherwise your lookin anywhere from 11-1600 plus core charge
I say get the supporting mods as a just incase thing then, don't just throw big power at something without supporting mods, its obviously not intelligent, but go for power yes, just make sure when you put power at anything you do it safely and reliably, obviously its not going to blow up installing stage 2's only, but it is asking for trouble with reliability issues when you don't put supporting mods with it. It's like running 7's in an 800hp car at the 1/4 mile but not wearing a helmet and having proper safety in place, sure you can do it, but is it smart?
I absolutely agree with supporting mods...I'm a huge proponent of supporting mods in-fact. I am pushing hp/tq numbers with my tdi with the stock turbo that people with big-turbo's are pushing merely because I took the time to do it right and did a TON of supporting mods.
That's all cary is getting at, do the proper support mods instead of doing just sticks only. Just be smart, yes you can do them but in the end it will just break down faster, especially if you drive like a bat outta Hell
What's the point in getting stage 2's if you don't beat the crap outta it, I read it first then commented here kause it was second. Still I say what's the point in 2's if your not gonna use them to the full potential, don't get em, I said before you can run them with no il effect, but if your not gonna do it correctly don't do it.
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