Performance pack 1

Discussion in 'New Members' started by Ahmed Askar, Jun 8, 2018.

  1. Ahmed Askar

    Ahmed Askar

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    Hello guys,

    I am newbie over here , currently I am using my stock RS 2000 , would like to take your advice to take the car to first level without spending much ... I am looking to gain 6 9 HP what do u think from where to start ?

    Thanks,
    A.Askar
     

  2. Foxspeed

    Foxspeed "the new red baron" Moderator

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  3. Ahmed Askar

    Ahmed Askar

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    Thx fox :smile: love the French maker
     
  4. AmosMoses

    AmosMoses Paid Member

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    Exhaust and a remap will get you some gains, these cars are pretty highly strung. Need to go FI for bigger gains.
     
  5. Dmonk197

    Dmonk197 Paid Member

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    in short- Dont!
    they are just right out the box.
     
  6. Ahmed Askar

    Ahmed Askar

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    Agreed. the problem where I am living there is no one doing remap so do u know some that doing it without the physical car ?

    BTW how about KTR indication kit does it help ? And u mean full exhaust or cat back ?
     
  7. Dmonk197

    Dmonk197 Paid Member

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    i pretty sure the car is needed- even if you change any parts you will need a remap so your best not changing anything, i also need a remap and will need to travel a few hours to get one.
     
  8. Sean197

    Sean197 RIP Albi :( Moderator

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  9. Ahmed Askar

    Ahmed Askar

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    Many thanks man I read about and it seems to be wright choice for me as m not planing to do upgrade currently ... the positive thing even if I am planing to do the device can help and adjust the whole combination ( exhaust, cams, induction kit ..etc)

    BTW do have one ?
     
  10. Sean197

    Sean197 RIP Albi :( Moderator

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    I don't but I have dealt with Paul and RS Tuning before and they're very well respected.
     
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  11. Doogle

    Doogle Winner - POTM March 2018 Paid Member

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    It may not be exacrly what you are thinking but dropping weight makes a big difference on these as they are low on torque, though you probably wont feel much unless over 20kg is saved.
     

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