when did you become a Mod? damn im slippinI'm gonna use my big bad mod powers here to point out that Chris and Richie are kidding. :lol:
no headers for these engines, no CAI's either.Cold Air Intake, Header, Exhaust, Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator, tune-up, etc.... There is a lot of simple things that you can bolt on to see gains. Most gains are very small, but they do add up.
go turbo why not? buy 2 mitsu 13g's and get some custom manifolds fabbed up and the supporting ish and your twin-turbo. however at that mileage id buy a new engine or at least refresh your bottom end w/ forged pistons.So I have my 93 V6 love the car got about 192,000 miles on it and im looking to make it just a tincy bit faster...
are there any cheap solutions (bolt on's maybe?) that will give me the HP i want?
If i could turbo it i would lol...
THANK YOU! This is the most important and basic performance mod to do on a 3vz - bumps you to 1mz/2jz horsepower (200), and you still have uber torque down low :thumbsup:Errrr... guys. It's a 3VZ. He can just do the tuning mod in the sticky and gain 20hp free and easy.
Will do Jason. Although it'll take me a few days to get to it. I'm in the middle of replacing lower control arm bushings right now; ought to finish up in a few days.For those of you who did the timing and AFM mod, I'd like you to check your fuel trims via VF1 and VF2 grounded to E1 under the diagnostic cap.
You'll have to allow the ECU time to learn the fuel trims first and foremost. Just like OBDII, OBDI ECUs also have closed loop fuel trim correction. So, after doing the adjustment, drive at a constant RPM for about 20-30 minutes. Get home, then check the voltages with the engine running.Any instructions?... do the usual terminals need to be jumpered while doing it? (I forget which ones; TE1 and E1?). Start the engine, or not?