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My 240.3bhp 175ftlbs FN2!

Heres my FN2, 1 year into my project now!

I should really do a full build thread with some of the 350+ pictures ive taken of her

HKS RSK
J35 Throttle body
RBC Intake manifoild
Tegiwa Decat manifold
TDInorth 3" cat back
MiesterR zeta R coilcovers
stoptech disks, pads & braided lines
Corbeau buckets
pioneer double din
Tegiwa short shifter
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240.3bhp 175ftlbs

More plans to come in the near future, ready for this years show season!!!
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Beast! Like that chameleon tint
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Very nice, I like the wheels, would look good on my car

What was the RBC and Throttle Body like once changed, noticeable difference?

I have the tegiwa mani and miltek non res, looking at the engine as the next step and was going to do those mods next.

Are they a big job to change / how much labour?
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Good numbers, so cams next then??

175 ft/lb is a lot of torque without cams for a k20
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Very nice, I like the wheels, would look good on my car

What was the RBC and Throttle Body like once changed, noticeable difference?

I have the tegiwa mani and miltek non res, looking at the engine as the next step and was going to do those mods next.

Are they a big job to change / how much labour?
A good midrange difference, and a nice proper N/A sound from the RBC! All fitted on my drive so the only other cost was mapping by TDInorth

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Good numbers, so cams next then??

175 ft/lb is a lot of torque without cams for a k20
Cams are next on the list!

then maybe oil pump

On my way to the magic 260bhp
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Awesome mate, well done

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Excellent, that's a great looking FN2

The car looks fab with wings, fenders, alloys, etc. Will stop and go well too.

I think your mod's list is a bit short tho

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A good midrange difference, and a nice proper N/A sound from the RBC! All fitted on my drive so the only other cost was mapping by TDInorth







Cams are next on the list!



then maybe oil pump



On my way to the magic 260bhp

Is it a tough job to do or reasonably easy? A trip to your drive might be in order
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Looks incredible, great work mate
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Looks sick mate
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Very nice, not sure on the headlight tint though
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Very nice and aggressive mate - I like that a lot!
I like the headlight tint. You thought about putting it on the fogs too - as they don't match which would drive me mad
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Awesome looking car; bet it sounds a beaut too with a "3 pipe and decat

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Where you get the tint from?
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Is it a tough job to do or reasonably easy? A trip to your drive might be in order
Pretty easy tbf, the coolant was a PAIN IN THE ASS!! as it runs through the throttle body AND the intake manifold!!! other than that its a simple bolt in job

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Very nice and aggressive mate - I like that a lot!
I like the headlight tint. You thought about putting it on the fogs too - as they don't match which would drive me mad
The fog covers are yellow and have the chamleon tint over them, i need some clear fog covers!!
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Do you get any issues with erratic idles ?

I've been advised to swap the J35 throttle body with the FD2 one before mapping.
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Pretty easy tbf, the coolant was a PAIN IN THE ASS!! as it runs through the throttle body AND the intake manifold!!! other than that its a simple bolt in job
Pain in the ass as in it gets everywhere? How would you recommend tackling it and how long did it take? I imagine replacing the TB at the same time would be easier as well.
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Why not just drain the coolant to start with?
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I'm no mechanic mate lol, I'd need instructions on what to do
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As above the easiest way is to drain the coolant first, and yes, change the throttle body at the same time!

When changing the TB i had to do the idle learn procedure,


isn't the J35 the same as the FD2 size wise?
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