The Official SHO 1/4 times thread! (Current as of 7/29/15)

Discussion in 'At the Drags' started by SHOspazz92, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. SHOdded

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    What track do you run at and what do you consider full bolts ons?
     
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    3 map, downpipes, Corsa exhaust, Cai, low temp stat, pre gapped plugs, and LMS 100 octane tune


     
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    bolt ons, low temp stat, pre gapped plugs - what does it mean?
     
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    Just in case you are serious: All Gen IV/V SHO stuff for the twin turbo 3.5L motors - mostly applicable to prev Gens in theory except for the 3bar MAP, since prev gens were MAF based. So boltons would be like cold air intakes, downpipes/headers, exhaust systems. Low temp Thermostat when combined with a tune for the ECU/PCM that alters fan behavior accordingly is a popular mod. Spark plugs are typically gapped at 0.030 right out of the box (Motorcraft units anyway). But if you buy from the company tuning your vehicle, you can choose to buy plugs gapped to the spacing you want for your tune/vehicle. Maybe you want 0.028 instead of 0.030, for example. Much harder to DIY spark plug gapping nowadays due to electrode design, and the tuners usually have the professional tools needed to accurately set spark plug gaps.
     
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