Plow Horse

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I have a 2017 Roadster that I am going to put K&N filters (2780’s under the claw) and TORs on.
Remap with Hans0 tune for 2014+ Roadster, TORs, triple/Ramair filters, ect..
Install a PC-V and have it dyno tuned at a shop.
Two questions for you folks that know way more than I do.
1. Is this a good route?
2. And if so, is there much of a benefit to replace the OEM Exhaust link pipe with an aftermarket crossover pipe?
Thank you
 

CrzystghndKC

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I have a 2017 Roadster that I am going to put K&N filters (2780’s under the claw) and TORs on.
Remap with Hans0 tune for 2014+ Roadster, TORs, triple/Ramair filters, ect..
Install a PC-V and have it dyno tuned at a shop.
Two questions for you folks that know way more than I do.
1. Is this a good route?
2. And if so, is there much of a benefit to replace the OEM Exhaust link pipe with an aftermarket crossover pipe?
Thank you
Somewhere if you search you will find a picture of the OEM cut open if this doesn't illustrate enough.
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Plow Horse

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Yes I’ve seen that post. And yes the stock thing is ugly. I am curious as to how much I may potentially gain for the ($?) investment in the pipe.
 

CrzystghndKC

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Yes I’ve seen that post. And yes the stock thing is ugly. I am curious as to how much I may potentially gain for the ($?) investment in the pipe.
You will gain nothing from TORs alone. To increase performance you need more air + fuel in the right amounts then it has to go somewhere more exhaust. Its a package that all works together. In my case Ramair crossover TORs and tune = 157 HP.
 

Kojack1970

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I have a 2017 Roadster that I am going to put K&N filters (2780’s under the claw) and TORs on.
Remap with Hans0 tune for 2014+ Roadster, TORs, triple/Ramair filters, ect..
Install a PC-V and have it dyno tuned at a shop.
Two questions for you folks that know way more than I do.
1. Is this a good route?
2. And if so, is there much of a benefit to replace the OEM Exhaust link pipe with an aftermarket crossover pipe?
Thank you

Others can jump in but based on what I’ve seen on the forum, it seems a PC-V isn’t worth it unless you do a complete exhaust system.
 

CrzystghndKC

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I would recommend that you buy the power commander last. There are a couple of really good tunes in the resource forum that may make you as happy as a little schoolgirl and save you lots of money.
 

Tal

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Mr Horse Sir.....Tors✔....crossover cat delete pipe..✔see Viking exhaust...(Paul Bryant) does a real nice one of these..K&N filters..✔...PCV with a dyno tune....some will say get auto tune on it which helps alot if youre changing altitude alot...✔...she will run like hot butter...
PM Paul Bryant re the crossover...absolutely worth the tin....go boy!!
 

CrzystghndKC

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I second the Viking exhaust crossover and now Paul has a larger diameter even less restrictive crossover in his bag of tricks.
 

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