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Beginner Level Upgrading
Submitted by REN3SIS on Thursday, September 28, 2006 - 2:59pm

ok, so I've had my 8 for a little over 3 months now. I've had no complaints about the car, just the desire to start upgrading it. I've been looking around and I've decided on some real basic stuff. Right now I'm looking at getting a K&N Short Ram intake and a Borla Exhaust. However, recently I was talking to a friend that suggested that I aim towards upgrading ECU instead. In short he said better to save money on the intake and the exhaust and go for ECU upgrades to up efficiency and horsepower. Advice????

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subject:
UPGRADING
author:
date:
September 29, 2006 - 2:46am
Before you lay down some significant money,
check out Racingbeat.com. Click on the rotors
then RX-8. There they explain the power gains of
individual components. You can decide what's
worth it.
I don't have any connection with Racing Beat, but
they've been there since the beginning.
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subject:
upgrading
author:
date:
September 29, 2006 - 9:42am
Thanks a lot for the help - i'll check it out
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