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Unread 13th March 2018, 07:47 PM
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No actually thatís why I went into depth trying to explain that I have an increase in power.
Plus Iím using less fuel
Go figure

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Possibly less resistance?

A friend of mine reckons the simplest way to get more power out of an engine, put a decent exhaust system on it.
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Default UEL headers, what's the point?

less resistance makes sense as to why Iím doing better on fuel.... I didnít even think of that lol
I think the exhaust would be possibly the only reason why Iíve got more power.

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Type ej25 uel header dyno into google and there are a couple of threads on the subject. One topic showed that the car in question lost about 4 bhp around 3000 rpm but made closer to 15bhp up top. The stock manifold is well.......gash!! An ebay uel header and a decat onto a 2.25" system will make decent gains for a na car.
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