Haha. But we own a Lexus, aren't those meant to never leave our car.sexyLexy808 said:weight is the most important thing (besides the driver that is). why do you think stock RSX's are so fast? but the have the similar power as us? Its posible but your not gonna have power seats
Well i was hoping on spending like 3k but if it gets ANYWHERE near 4k fuckit i going boost ^^. Because between HPvs$$$ and NAvsBoost, definetly boost is the most bang for your 4k . But i dont wanna spend 4k yet , cuase i then would have to drive to Miami to toyomoto=big$4install.speedisprecious said:With what I listed you're only at about $3,500-$4,000.
Alright, well your prices for boost are a little off to say the least though. If you are planning on going to Toyomoto and getting it installed from them, you're definitely talking about $6,000-$7,500. Not to mention you're going to find yourself buying numerous other parts that amount to at least $2,500+. If you are going to go boost, just make sure you have thoroughly researched it because you're going to spend over $8,000 easily, even with a budget kit if you want it to be reliable and safe.Sota-is300 said:Well i was hoping on spending like 3k but if it gets ANYWHERE near 4k fuckit i going boost ^^. Because between HPvs$$$ and NAvsBoost, definetly boost is the most bang for your 4k . But i dont wanna spend 4k yet , cuase i then would have to drive to Miami to toyomoto=big$4install.
Yeah that setup might not get you the power of a Turbo or S/C, but I would guess that it'd be little maintenance and reliable.silver5spd said:If you are looking to boost, you should be looking at a 10k price tag.
That is to boost it right, and have good enginemanagement and tuning.
Imagine a 10k NA set up.
yes it will be extremely hard.......low 14 sec. 1/4's are not common...... when i first got on here and posted my time i was flamed until i posted slips,inside and out of car,and a video to back it up......i have a 5 speed which as a n/a car is much faster than a auto hands down....... now as for lowering you compression for a n/a car would be going the wrong way you will loose power.....if you want to gain power you have to raise the compression......while lowering your compression is for boosted cars it is meant to help the car from detonating and make it easier to tune and safer......higher compression is for power.......good luck though......Sota-is300 said:I was wondering, is low 14's in a 1/4 mile with NA upgrades extremely hard for a E-Shift? (mabye with a low compression head???) All the normal upgrades, TC, VBupgrade,intake,headers,exhaust,cam gears,ground kit.