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  1. Default New mps6 owner in vic :)

    hey fellas,
    been following this forum for quite a while now,
    first discovered the mps and a meet a friend of a friend who had one, and we went for a little drive, from that point on i have fallen in love so i brought one
    had mine for around 2 months now
    stock as a rock apart for dual port bov due to the stock one crumbling on me a week after i got it,
    but apart from that, im in love and threw some dark as hell tint on there!

    plans are to mod but as im on my p's still and in vic is illegal for me to be in the mps but yolo
    plans for mods are fmic for dat bling bling effect
    ss dump pipe with rest of exhaust, intake
    possibly some 20s in the future,

    plans are to get 250kwatw!

    heres a few pics of the lady



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    Ew at 20's...
    Will need a turbo swap to get you to 250
    Also, look into a hpfp upgrade, it's needed if you want to keep your engine safe

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    what is the max you can get from stock turbo?
    if i were to turbo swap will the increase be to much for stock internals?



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    Quote Originally Posted by colgz View Post
    what is the max you can get from stock turbo?
    if i were to turbo swap will the increase be to much for stock internals?



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    About 200-210 on stock turbo... Would need meth or e85 to get you there though
    And depends on the tune...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarcasticOne View Post
    Ew at 20's...
    Will need a turbo swap to get you to 250
    Also, look into a hpfp upgrade, it's needed if you want to keep your engine safe
    are you talking internals or the full unit?


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    Internals

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    Quote Originally Posted by spooon View Post
    Internals
    from what ive read this is should be put into the basket?
    http://www.mpsgarage.com.au/shop/pro...grade-kit.html


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    Yep!

    Just not from MPS garage. They will stuff you around.

    Or try @2XS if you want Aussie. Just don't let him talk you into buying his goats. You will have very bad day


    Black Friday sales are coming up this week in the us. Check out Edge autosport or corksport

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    Welcome, definitely hit up black Friday at edge

    If you need some springs let me know as I have 2 extra sets at the garage

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    Quote Originally Posted by spooon View Post
    Yep!

    Just not from MPS garage. They will stuff you around.

    Or try @2XS if you want Aussie. Just don't let him talk you into buying his goats. You will have very bad day


    Black Friday sales are coming up this week in the us. Check out Edge autosport or corksport
    yep will have to talk to @2XS when ready to order, want to get fmic and intake and TIP on first....
    grow up in a family of car racers so i think i could get them, and i watched a vid of a guy changing his fuel pump internals on a 3 and its looked quite cruisy
    i assume its the same of the 6
    but unsure about down pipe, but very keen to try,
    did flick through a thread about installment


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    To be honest I'd do the fuel pump internals first, it gives you some headroom fueling wise and minimises the risk of the Zoomzoomboom effect

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    Welcome.
    +1 on DONT buy from mpsgarage. Terrible reputation.

    Given your power goals, if you have the funds, look into an AP or Versatuner and a 3" or 3.5" intake (you will need it with a bigger turbo so it will save you buying twice and it will help the stock turbo flow better in the meantime).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lachlan View Post
    Welcome.
    +1 on DONT buy from mpsgarage. Terrible reputation.

    Given your power goals, if you have the funds, look into an AP or Versatuner and a 3" or 3.5" intake (you will need it with a bigger turbo so it will save you buying twice and it will help the stock turbo flow better in the meantime).
    do you need bigger MAF for 3 inch intake


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    Yes. 3" from the maf to the turbo. I only suggest this because I (and lots of others) are upgrading down the track, and it would have been better to do it from the start. You would need a tune to run it, but a tune should be right at the top of the list anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lachlan View Post
    Yes. 3" from the maf to the turbo. I only suggest this because I (and lots of others) are upgrading down the track, and it would have been better to do it from the start. You would need a tune to run it, but a tune should be right at the top of the list anyway.
    ^^^^this. I am on my 4th and hopefully final intake setup. HTP 3.5" ftw

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1CMS1 View Post
    ^^^^this. I am on my 4th
    This^^^^don't do it. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lachlan View Post
    This^^^^don't do it. Lol
    I'm on #3

    But that's cause #2 was BT only silicone...

    Get a htp or jbr 3 or 3.5 metal intake...

    Think @2XS has a full 3" intake as well...

    Then you just need to swap the coupler at the end of it that connects to the turbo
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    And now corksport too. 3 and 3.5. The new JBR ones look yummy

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    Just do hpfp internals and ap tune, no one will be any the wiser ;-)

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