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Old 6th April 2008, 16:33   #16
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Congrat buddy.
Looks neat and clean,the intake installation is awesome .
Can you post some snap of muffler.
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Old 6th April 2008, 16:43   #17
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Nice work there Psycho. Congrats on the FFE torqueguru.

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I have gained phenomenal increase in torque and a very notable increase in power at about 4000 rpm upwards.
Is that a street spec' or a rally spec header ?How often are you driving at 4k rpm within the city limits. I don't intend to nitpick here, but am curious to know this helps in city driving.I rarely find a chance to go above 3500 rpm with the city's lousie traffic.
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Congrat buddy.
Looks neat and clean,the intake installation is awesome .
Can you post some snap of muffler.
Payam...My muffler is stock, I just added a cap to it thats all. Heres the pic.
Mitsubishi Cedia Sports "Psychoed!"-mufflr.jpg
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Nice work there Psycho. Congrats on the FFE torqueguru.



Is that a street spec' or a rally spec header ?How often are you driving at 4k rpm within the city limits. I don't intend to nitpick here, but am curious to know this helps in city driving.I rarely find a chance to go above 3500 rpm with the city's lousie traffic.
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Its a spec where the torque gone up massively and that surely has made city driving much more simple. I am not a heavy revver too in the city. Like i mentioned, for city driving i feel its thumbs up the way this header set up was done for me. So that makes it a street spec? I guess so.

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Its a spec where the torque gone up massively and that surely has made city driving much more simple. I am not a heavy revver too in the city. Like i mentioned, for city driving i feel its thumbs up the way this header set up was done for me. So that makes it a street spec? I guess so.

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A street spec header would increase the low and mid range where as a rally spec header would increase the top range. As the driveability in city has improved, I guess this is a street spec.

I also got confused with the statement that the power mainly comes in after 4000 rpm.
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Old 6th April 2008, 18:45   #20
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Well to be more precise at 3500 rpm itself i can feel it kicking in, but at 4000 it just pulls baby pulls!
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Congrats TG! yeah those 4-2-1 headers from Vasu-Psycho gang are just awesome. have had them on my OHC for a while now and like you said, they just rock!!!
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Congrats TG! yeah those 4-2-1 headers from Vasu-Psycho gang are just awesome. have had them on my OHC for a while now and like you said, they just rock!!!
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Awesome pair at work! thats all I can say buddy!
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Old 6th April 2008, 19:52   #23
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Chrome plating is done for only mild steel, right?
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Thats a surprise! Welcome to the dark side
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Old 6th April 2008, 19:57   #25
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@patiencewins - Well I am not sure, but from what I can gather I guess you are spot on.

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Sure Jk. Now don't we all like surprises!
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!!ping!

The Dark Side gathers more followers by the day Enjoy your new found power responsibly, hehe.
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Old 6th April 2008, 20:31   #27
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Yes, with great power comes great responsibility as uncle ben so nicely put it!
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Old 6th April 2008, 21:43   #28
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Very nice headers there TG, those chromed headers look good but does chroming serve any other purpose apart from enhancing the looks?

One question for Psycho since exhaust gas is not exactly below the speed of sound nor smooth in its flow so s so what kind of computational flow dynamics do you use for finding out the measurements of these headers.
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Well, chroming is for the look of it. I am a cleanliness freak, I like things nice n clean, I regularly wipe my engine bay with a cloth...thus even after over a year my engine bay is kinda neat...
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Well, chroming is for the look of it. I am a cleanliness freak, I like things nice n clean, I regularly wipe my engine bay with a cloth...thus even after over a year my engine bay is kinda neat...
Yes that surely does show very nice and clean engine bay.
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