i've got around $150 to spend and wonder what you guys think would be the next thing you would do after looking at my sig.
i have an 84400 sensor $40 on the way but may be of no use as i'm being advised to get the 2B050 but its twice the price ugh.The updated MAP, I think, would help if you use higher octane fuel ? I'm still getting "lumpy" acceleration, like the engine is "missing" a little under throttle load, I'm wondering if the new MAP will help with thatt especially now that it's warming up too...
blah blah blah.So, just to be clear, they are recommending 84400 for the intake sensor and 2B050 for the IC sensor? If that combo REALLY does show noticeable improvement all-around I'll do it...
Power Mod..i've got around $150 to spend and wonder what you guys think would be the next thing you would do after looking at my sig.
thanks for the input. what bushings would you get for the lower control arms?Power Mod..
If you don't plan on doing a FMIC in the future then go for the hot pipe upgrade. FMIC kit would replace the hot pipe.
This also would depend on future plans, if you plan on staying stock or lowering with just springs then go for the rear stabilizer. If you planned on coil overs pass on the rear stabilizer. Won't fit with the relocated shock position.
Lower control arm bushings, helps with cornering, stabilizes launch and massive difference in high speed braking control (death wiggle).
Rotors and performance pads, better to know you can STOP before you make it go fast.
only ones i have found for the control arm so far are theseGet the pitch mount bushings ($30), interview red delete ($20) and the subframe collars ($30). That should give some good bang for your buck