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Old 21st October 2009, 23:26   #16
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Originally Posted by greatmana2000 View Post
Technically it is possible , but it wont be really useful .

A car is designed with a lot of factors in mind and similar is the engine .
Even if you are sucessful with the engine ,there are so many other factors like the gearbox , clutch , drive shaft etc .

I am sure the gearbox and the clutch are uprated and the gear ratios are totally different for the cruze . The torque of the cruze must be way higher ( assumption) than the magnum .

The cooling system will also be different and the sensors used might also be different .
nope. the magnum and the cruze produce the exact same torque figures.
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Old 24th June 2010, 22:35   #17
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Originally Posted by Ramsagar View Post
+1 to akshay.First Pete the magnum, if not satisfied with the power then go for RD ecu both together & see.That should bring you close.
How is it possible to put 2 tuning boxes at the same time in a car ?
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