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Old 12-14-2015, 12:19 AM
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Default Fp green or red?

Quick ? I used the search and have done a lot of research. But with mix results, and found nothing here. has any one sucessfully ran a fp green or red on stock bottom end there is about 50/50 x mr and ralliarts that blow their motor to those that don't. full motor build is down the road. I'm already on x turbo but want more looking to make around 390whp and around 350 to 360tq Cobb has done this on x mr stock clutches and 91 pump gas but not sure about internals any one with personal insight on this would be most helpful my extra x turbo is already on its way to fp I put down green but know once my motor is built I'm going to wanna go bigger so I'm thinking green for now then bb turbo after I'm built.
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Old 12-14-2015, 09:12 AM
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It can be done. Just tune conservatively. Also check to see how many 4b11t FP Green/Red your tuner has tuned.

BB after? arent the FP GREEN AND RED BB? Or are you talking about getting an older FP?

imho, I would go FP RED. The jump from X to Green is too small for the amount of money spent on the Green, imo.


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Old 12-14-2015, 11:00 AM
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I ran a fp red for awhile on my RA. The red is better for the sst. Alot less stress down low but huge gains on top end.

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Old 12-14-2015, 11:20 AM
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I ran a fp red for awhile on my RA. The red is better for the sst. Alot less stress down low but huge gains on top end.

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Your tuner has a lot to do with it too

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Old 12-14-2015, 12:12 PM
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Yea I'm stationed in Alaska p3 is the place up here and they have tuned a bunch of x and ralliarts and a handful of gtr's and are currently rebuilding my Dsm so I can step up over 700awhp . what was your hp and tq numbers on the red and what about trans I have ams trans cooler already and get my trans fluid changed tomorrow
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Old 12-14-2015, 12:25 PM
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It went through your build thread you made almost 400 awhp you were on stock clutches and internals?
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Old 12-14-2015, 07:12 PM
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Stock clutches and stock internals.
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FIC 1100
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UR exhaust
SC tp
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ETS 3.5" FMIC, IC pipes, 3.5 intake
Walbro 255 fp
Grimmspeed 3 port
Synapse Dv
SSP Tranny cooler
K27 built sst

415/338 on kozmics mustang dyno (93oct)
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