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Old 15-08-2017, 02:38 PM   #1
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Possible potential power gains?

Hi guys, hoping to soon do quite a bit of work on my RB25DET NEO to bring it up in the power a bit as 280bhp just isn't doing it. I'm going to be carrying out the following work,
Rebuilt standard turbo rated for 420-450bhp
Splitfire coilpacks
Denso 570cc injectors
High flow fuel pump
Apexi Power FC
Z32 AFM
1.2mm steel head gasket
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Exhaust system
Would anybody be able to give me a rough guess at what power will be possible with the above upgrades? I know it's a difficult question to answer but maybe someone running similar upgrades will be able to give me an idea?
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I would say exactly that, 420 - 450
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I would say exactly that, 420 - 450
Brilliant mate cheers for the comeback 👍

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Do you have a downpipe and de-cat ?
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Do you have a downpipe and de-cat ?
No mate still have the cat don't want it too loud

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No mate still have the cat don't want it too loud

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Its a cat, not a silencer. Will restrict flow at that power.
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Its a cat, not a silencer. Will restrict flow at that power.
I've nothing but the cat in mine and it's just nice volume not overly loud? Heard them de-catted and it's definitely a louder note no?

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De cat is obviously louder but like what he said it restricts flow if u have the stock cat

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