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 Post subject: Re: cold air intake resistor mod
Posted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 5:49 pm 
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Lol, its funny how he went from yeah its f**k fantastic mod man i fully dragged my mate in his worked Au, to (in three posts mind you and after being called a d***head a few times)... nah the ecu should do its job and its s**t... lolz.
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 Post subject: Re: cold air intake resistor mod
Posted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 7:46 pm 
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bahahah lol did u also buy a $10, 000 crank as well

 

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 Post subject: Re: cold air intake resistor mod
Posted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:55 pm 
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love the spice ad nice find mate.

 

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 Post subject: Re: cold air intake resistor mod
Posted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:14 pm 
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I can only imagine what heath Franklin's chopper would say if he was reading this thread.

Oh f**k me what the f**k is this s**t? Sports tips and f**k resistor mods. What the f**k? Nevile f**k Bartos f**k ricerworks. f**k drug addicts yerrr.
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 Post subject: Re: cold air intake resistor mod
Posted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:27 pm 
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lyndonbt88 wrote:
i just thought i post something, is anyone was curious about them.
i decided to buy one of ebay for $20 and see what it would do.
i have a EFii Futura(auto), nothing special, with a mandrel bent 2.5".. thats it

my brother has a worked au
with pacemaker extractors,
K&N air filter plus xr intake,
superlow king springs,
18" sports low profile tyres,
shift kit (auto),
XR6 VCT ECU
ect

LOL I smashed him in a drag lastnight.. 5 car lengths at 160 kph.
now anyone who is skptical of these mods from what you've probably heard is true.
i drove 50-60 kms and used half a tank of fuel, but had a 40% power increase..
lol my s**t EF idles like a v8... but the ecu dosent like it..
so back to stock for me...
bottom line, if you want to smash someone at a drag just for fun and have alot of fuel..
the cold air intake chips are the biggest bang for buck i have seen, makes your car sound like you got the lumpiest cam on the market. cant go past it for a bit of fun... just ignore the black smoke coming out the tailpipe :-P if anyone wants i cant wack a movie up of the idle


making some knob rich off 20c resistors well done m8

 

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 Post subject: Re: cold air intake resistor mod
Posted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 11:00 pm 
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phongus wrote:
BongoKongo wrote:
StrawbZ wrote:
scud wrote:
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i just thought i post something, is anyone was curious about them.
i decided to buy one of ebay for $20 and see what it would do.
i have a EFii Futura(auto), nothing special, with a mandrel bent 2.5".. thats it


Look at your post, now to mine, now back to your post, now back to mine.
sadly your post isn’t mine, but if you stopped trolling and started posting legitimate posts it could
look like mine. Look down, back up, where are you? You're scrolling through forums, writing the post
your post could look like, What did you post? Back to mine, It's a reply saying something you want
to hear. Look again, the post is now diamonds. Anything is possible when you think before you post.


Maybe if he was wearing Old Spice he would of thought abit better lol

lol,, Old Spice? wtf has Old Spice got to do with anything?
anyway FYI Dirty Old boiled Transmission fluid mixed with dog s**t smells better than that crud!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owGykVbfgUE

OK now i understand that's Friken Funny
But I'm not fallin for this resistor mod con when I can get a perfectly good Polarizer for the same money
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 Post subject: Re: cold air intake resistor mod
Posted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 9:20 pm 
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lyndonbt88 wrote:
i just thought i post something, is anyone was curious about them.
i decided to buy one of ebay for $20 and see what it would do.
i have a EFii Futura(auto), nothing special, with a mandrel bent 2.5".. thats it

my brother has a worked au
with pacemaker extractors,
K&N air filter plus xr intake,
superlow king springs,
18" sports low profile tyres,
shift kit (auto),
XR6 VCT ECU
ect

LOL I smashed him in a drag lastnight.. 5 car lengths at 160 kph.
now anyone who is skptical of these mods from what you've probably heard is true.
i drove 50-60 kms and used half a tank of fuel, but had a 40% power increase..
lol my s**t EF idles like a v8... but the ecu dosent like it..
so back to stock for me...
bottom line, if you want to smash someone at a drag just for fun and have alot of fuel..
the cold air intake chips are the biggest bang for buck i have seen, makes your car sound like you got the lumpiest cam on the market. cant go past it for a bit of fun... just ignore the black smoke coming out the tailpipe :-P if anyone wants i cant wack a movie up of the idle



make a vid on idle
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 Post subject: Re: cold air intake resistor mod
Posted: Thu Oct 28, 2010 7:16 am 
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lyndonbt88 wrote:
i just thought i post something, is anyone was curious about them.
i decided to buy one of ebay for $20 and see what it would do.
i have a EFii Futura(auto), nothing special, with a mandrel bent 2.5".. thats it

my brother has a worked au
with pacemaker extractors,
K&N air filter plus xr intake,
superlow king springs,
18" sports low profile tyres,
shift kit (auto),
XR6 VCT ECU
ect

LOL I smashed him in a drag lastnight.. 5 car lengths at 160 kph.
now anyone who is skptical of these mods from what you've probably heard is true.
i drove 50-60 kms and used half a tank of fuel, but had a 40% power increase..
lol my s**t EF idles like a v8... but the ecu dosent like it..
so back to stock for me...
bottom line, if you want to smash someone at a drag just for fun and have alot of fuel..
the cold air intake chips are the biggest bang for buck i have seen, makes your car sound like you got the lumpiest cam on the market. cant go past it for a bit of fun... just ignore the black smoke coming out the tailpipe :-P if anyone wants i cant wack a movie up of the idle




You obviously havent bought one of these $20 resistors have you! I had the joy of trying one on my EL motor years ago (my mate bought one). It did use a small amount of extra fuel, i did reset the ECU after installing it. Basically all of what you have written above is crap! 40% power increase-who you trying to fool? Your Brothers AU is either an ex taxi with 1.2million km's on it and no mods, or is running on 3 cylinders only. You are dreaming if you expect anyone to believe your rubbish!

And for the record. There where no benefits had from running the 20 buck resistor on my EL motor.
I think you need one of these:

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But on your forehead
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