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Kinda sounds too good to be true. Same with the dynos for the other mods that they have. Can anyone confirm this?





Even the CAI is showing to add ~10 whp and ~15 ft/lbs of TQ. And not to mention the high numbers for the cat-back as well.
 

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i haven't every dyno'd my car but there was a noticeable difference with the CAI installed. Whether or not it was 10 whp or not, i couldn't tell you.
 

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cpe dynos on their other products have been similar to what owner's dynos have shown. i would imagine it would be the same for this product.
 

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cpe dynos on their other products have been similar to what owner's dynos have shown. i would imagine it would be the same for this product.
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Damn,, how is that possible. You'd be pushing like 350 crank hp with CAI, DP and Cat-back.
 

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the weird thing, and it's been discussed in another forum, is that CPE hasn't shown a dyno with all of their parts. So, nobody knows if these gains will be seen when all put together or if they only affect the otherwise stock application.
 

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Adds ~25whp according to the chart. I so hope this is true. I'm kinda skeptical though.
 

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The more you add, the harder it is to get more power, so really you'll only get about 50% - 75% of what "should be" the total.
 

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the dynos are real on cp-e's website. cp-e usually lets the car's owner run the dyno. in fact, stretch ran the dyno for the i4 cp-e intake.
 
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