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Old Dec 20, 2011, 06:54 PM   #1
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02' OZ Rally Upgrades?

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My 02' OZ Rally has only a Short Ram Intake, and i was wondering if anyone could tell me what are good specific parts i can purchase that would give my engine more power?

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Old Dec 20, 2011, 07:25 PM   #2
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If your staying N/A you can make decent power/ish. Headers are a biggy best mod done to my car yet.
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Old Dec 20, 2011, 08:00 PM   #3
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Okay I was thinking headers a bit more power. And Thinking about it now, OZ's Are more for show not for speed cause to much money to but into to make it have more power. OH and Any Headers you know that would work for my car?

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Old Dec 20, 2011, 08:05 PM   #4
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Get the ones of ebay for 02-03 lancers they work just fine. There like 95-150$
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Old Dec 21, 2011, 06:10 PM   #5
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Thanks For Answering! Would This Be Good?


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headers wont make you alot of power

alot of N/A lancers arnt really pushing alot of power
and they have some cash put in there car

but its still fun to hear your car with them on lol
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Haha, Alright Ill Try this out. Thanks!
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headers wont make you alot of power

alot of N/A lancers arnt really pushing alot of power
and they have some cash put in there car

but its still fun to hear your car with them on lol
Yeah I been hearing that Headers don't do much power wise. But They make the engine sound better?? North/America cars don't give OZ's much power>
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yeah itl sound better

depending on your set up with your exhaust

itl get louder or give you that nice sexy tone youd like.

and yeah we dont have much power for anything.

but you know what?

lancers have alot of potential to look sooooo good

it kinda evens out....kinda.
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With Headers, Intake, Ported Intake Mani, TB, exhaust and tune I bet you wont be terribly dissapointed. Remember Lancers hate Nitrous, avoid it.
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for N/A i would say porting, cold air intake, headers, lighter smaller pullies, light weight fly wheel, aggressive camshaft, shaved head, high compression gasket, and a tune would be best...aside from boring over and stroking to increase displacement...but that's big money, and you could turbo for less, and get more...
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You are not going to make big power without a turbo. Here is my best advice after spending five years in a Lancer. Upgrade your suspension. Coilovers. Swaybars. Endlinks. Better tires. Go enjoy some nice twisty roads or even autocross it. The one thing I miss about my old Lancer is how good it did handle. And yes, it did handle better than my WRX I currently drive.
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i've never driven a WRX but i have an Impreza RS and my Ralliart handles better. Since I put the LSD in, it's even better, so i can be hard on the throttle through a corner and it doesn't understeer much.
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Yea I was going for power at one point but gave up since it will cost way too much to power it. All I have is an exhaust and intake. I was going to add headers and a high flow cat but didn't think it was worth it unless you got a turbo and even still you probably will only make a little over 200hp. Im just saving for an evo now
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