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With BR PA module 93 octane, intake, Forge BOV, and cat-back. What benefit would I see out of Injectors and a modified BR tune? Added HP or just a little better on the top end? Should I get just injectors and new flash or would there be a big difference if I added a FMIC? I dont track the car at all, just fly around town and on on-ramps.
 

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Have you dyno'd yet? What numbers are you putting down now. if you go with new injectors you will need a new tune.
 

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Do it all together like i did. Injectors + fmic + retune is stage 2 right there. I got 10whp increase with fmic upgrade but im running lean past 6k rpms so yes you will need a retune
 

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I know id need reflash, itd be from Beyond Redline. Im just debating on getting a FMIC or not. If I just do injectors with my intake and exhaust I can easily return back to stock and reflash back to stock for a trip to the dealer, the FMIC would make things a little more complicated.
 

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You can take apart the fmic and go back to stock in 30 mins once you know how it goes.
 

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You can take apart the fmic and go back to stock in 30 mins once you know how it goes.
Well thats good news. I dont mind taking an hour or so to do that stuff. I had read on here that it was a pain in the ass and takes a lot of work. But I guess its different for everyone. I might as well get the Injectors, FMIC, and reflash at the same time..
 

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If its warm where you live, you will want the FMIC. Stock one will heatsoak very fast.

Injectors might not really give much peak whp, but the top end doesn't have that hitting a brick wall feeling any more.
 

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Well thats good news. I dont mind taking an hour or so to do that stuff. I had read on here that it was a pain in the ass and takes a lot of work. But I guess its different for everyone. I might as well get the Injectors, FMIC, and reflash at the same time..
Hit Tim up. Once you know how the pipes and clamps go its really easy to put on and off. The stock intercooler stays there so that helps. I saw threads where a few people were complaining on how a pain in the a$$ it is to take the stock peice out, well t really isnt. 2 bolts on each side, 2 top radiator bolts also on each side, radiator supports pop right out, push the radiator a bit up and back and the oem ic pops to the side then down
 
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