500 bhp

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    Supersolo Well-Known Member

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    Ah! So possibly better to consider headers instead of, or before, installing a replacement CAI.
    Thanks.

    I also agree, I'll drive it stock first and then decide what, if anything, I need to change.
    I've limited experience of modifying for engine performance, with a recent car of mine having an ECU map. Best part about that was the throttle response/throttle map. The OEM throttle felt as though it was dead for the first 40/50% of travel. With the ECU map the throttle felt fresh, repsonsive and was my favourite part of the map, over the actually bhp/Nm increase.

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    Tune is absolute best bang for buck, I recommend Palm Beach for an NA tune, cost of an SCT X4 (check ebay) you want a Ford 7015 un-married US one. Then the tune is $200 unless PB changed prices.

    Once dialled in expect 30-40HP gain and you can have them adjust throttle maps and drive by wire system to your liking, along with torque limiters.

    Then if you want more, yes headers. A few RHD options now, so shop around.
     
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