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Old 01-02-2004, 18:54   #1 (permalink)
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Hey Pplz Its me again, As you all know i got an EBII I6, wif red back exhaust, and cai, and im gettin pacemaker headers in around 2-3 weeks hopefully.....anyways the main point, i want around 170kws at my wheels and i saw da dev kits makin 150kws, for 2500 which is bloody cheap if u ask me.....fing is I AINT IN VIC! can anyone tell me how i can get it done here, or any good tuners around sydney who can gimmie da same power at dat kinda price, any help greatly appreciated
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Old 01-02-2004, 19:13   #2 (permalink)
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Just buy the stuff from JMM, i's only about $40 or so for freight and have it fitted by a mechanic in Sydney. A mechanic might charge $200-$300 for the labour.

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Old 01-02-2004, 20:35   #3 (permalink)
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search the forums for info about JMM and the dev kits.
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I know that their new extractors are really good (they are not the ones that are listed in the dev kits) and they cost an extra $145 or another $145 on top if you want them hpc coated. Even though im not too hot on jmm atm if I were to buy extractors I think they are the ones to get...
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what happened to the i6 engine tech forum that we were used to, where did the pages and pages of threads go??? now were sharing with the 4cylinder guys
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Old 01-04-2004, 20:59   #6 (permalink)
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The dev kits work best when installed by brendan or jim himself sorry to say.
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Old 01-04-2004, 21:22   #7 (permalink)
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That $2500 kit (stage three plus) is the best bang for buck. I think i'll have to get an EA 's' manual for around $2500 and for a total of FIVE grand i would have a pretty nice cruizer/bruizier. The stages up from there go WAY up in price due to time consuming porting of the head so im told.
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The DEV3HL is excellent value for money. I had that before my DEV5, have a look at my dyno progression from standard to DEV5. There is also a EF XR8 thrown in there for comparison. All at the same dyno.

http://www.equinoxaudio.com.au/dynograph.html

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Soxx - that dyno readout is pretty impressive. How much was it again for the dev5 kit over the dev3hl?
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Nice to see a dyno graph! Have u ran it down the 1/4? ROughly how many seconds to 100?
WHy was the xr8 putting out less than the standard 6?

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