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wats ya 0-60 and 0-100??
 
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Originally Posted by tony13ski View Post
wats ya 0-60 and 0-100??
no idea i don't drive like that. Primarily my daily driver and i dont beat on it excessively. I can say there is much more power throughout the curve. Most evident is on the highway. It's a blast to drive now.
 
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All these KW Fit threads are making me want to sell my S2000, lol.
 
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Old 03-28-2009, 08:53 PM
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All these KW Fit threads are making me want to sell my S2000, lol.
Lol don't do that!!!
 
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Originally Posted by TurboManGT View Post
Lol don't do that!!!
It can't be that bad...
 
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Originally Posted by silex View Post
All these KW Fit threads are making me want to sell my S2000, lol.
get the kwsc for the s2000. over 500hp sounds good to me
 
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yeah haha Ill trade you my fit + KWSC kit for your s2k
 
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Originally Posted by dewthedew View Post
yeah haha Ill trade you my fit + KWSC kit for your s2k
pm me as i might be interested actually
 
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PM sent!
 
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i have a fit with a kwsc...hmm...i might be interested too depending on what on your s2k

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Got back to both you guys.
 
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how does the supercharger effect your gas?
 
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Old 04-24-2009, 08:24 AM
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any updates leonine?
 
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Old 04-24-2009, 01:20 PM
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running like a champ! no problems except this f'in annoying exhaust leak that i can't seem to get rid of. right where the header meets the test pipe there is a leak. tried a new gasket and that didn't help either. I think i bent the test pipt a couple of millimeters from the engine movement and now it doesn't line up the same. Going to try some high temp gasket putty tonight and let it sit. hopefully that helps.

Gas mileage is between 28-30 overall so not bad. pretty much the same when i was at 5psi with the KW supercard and 195cc injectors. Maybe 1-2 mpg more but who's counting.

today i actually kept time with a stock previous gen WRX (not an STI) on the palisades. couldn't pass me even in open road. Now 0-60 would probably be different (in his favor i would think) but i do most of my driving on the highway so that is where i want the power. plus i'm not 18 anymore looking to race people all the time.

Overall my fit hauls ass (for an A/T) MUCH faster than stock or 5psi. No problems with the tune either. No check engine lights. eventually i would like to get it tuned by a pro but i'm in no hurry.
 
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Old 04-24-2009, 01:26 PM
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that sounds pretty cool. I know really want to upgrade my kit. Do you have any dyno numbers by any chance?
 
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Old 04-24-2009, 05:12 PM
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Originally Posted by leonine View Post
running like a champ! no problems except this f'in annoying exhaust leak that i can't seem to get rid of. right where the header meets the test pipe there is a leak. tried a new gasket and that didn't help either. I think i bent the test pipt a couple of millimeters from the engine movement and now it doesn't line up the same. Going to try some high temp gasket putty tonight and let it sit. hopefully that helps.

Gas mileage is between 28-30 overall so not bad. pretty much the same when i was at 5psi with the KW supercard and 195cc injectors. Maybe 1-2 mpg more but who's counting.

today i actually kept time with a stock previous gen WRX (not an STI) on the palisades. couldn't pass me even in open road. Now 0-60 would probably be different (in his favor i would think) but i do most of my driving on the highway so that is where i want the power. plus i'm not 18 anymore looking to race people all the time.

Overall my fit hauls ass (for an A/T) MUCH faster than stock or 5psi. No problems with the tune either. No check engine lights. eventually i would like to get it tuned by a pro but i'm in no hurry.
Glad to hear it! I'm wondering if I could get similar results with my AT kit and it's smaller Rotrex... Might have to bug the guys in Lance's shop!
 
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Any issues at all now that everything is running better?

CEL's? What about belt clearances?

There seems to be an epidemic of people moving from systems like the Supercard & Greddy E-manage Ultimate over to the AEM platform with much better results.
 
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Originally Posted by Wave View Post
Glad to hear it! I'm wondering if I could get similar results with my AT kit and it's smaller Rotrex... Might have to bug the guys in Lance's shop!
im sure we could.. i think we'd just have more torque because it would reach full boost faster.. he would have more hp
 
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Old 04-24-2009, 09:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Sugarphreak View Post
Any issues at all now that everything is running better?

CEL's? What about belt clearances?

There seems to be an epidemic of people moving from systems like the Supercard & Greddy E-manage Ultimate over to the AEM platform with much better results.
Nope. no cel's and the belt clearance is WAY better with the smaller belt. Now i don't need to have the alternator shoved against the radiator to stop the belt from rubbing.

AEM F/IC FTMFW!
 
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Old 04-24-2009, 09:17 PM
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Originally Posted by keepitpg View Post
im sure we could.. i think we'd just have more torque because it would reach full boost faster.. he would have more hp
I would guess so. it's already spinning faster with the smaller pulley you are just restricting the air. But i really can't say for sure you would have to try it out and hope for the best like i did.
 

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