180 or possibly 190 should be doable with bolt-ons, the powertrain part of your warranty would be pretty nullified by that point though.
but it would last some seconds only I'm looking for something a little more stable and usable as 20hp should not be that hard to get with a good header, pistons (11:1?) and exaust system.... too bad none available as of yet.bluntman said:Nitrous Oxide
Actually I'd expect more like 15 total from I/H/E.newblu3 said:If you are looking for crank horsepower: intake, exhaust and a header should do just fine getting you 180-190 hp
You mean 175 Hp right?That still only brings you to 375Hp, you need something else to put you over the top, a chip would probably do that, don't think that a pulley will, don't think we can make use of Cam gears due to the variable valve timing, your pretty much out of "bolt-ons" at that point.
I would almost expect this at the wheels. Most CAI's show anywhere between 6-13 hp at the wheels, a catback when teamed up with the CAI will yield about 2-3 more hp at the wheels. I was saying intake, header and exhaust would give you your desired 20-30 at the crank.Actually I'd expect more like 15 total from I/H/E.
Is the 2.0L in the Protige5 the same block as the 2.0 in the Mazda3?Jebus said:hell if the 2.0 without vvt in the p5 can get 210whp when it had 104whp stock then you could get 260-270 on the 2.3
NO. The engine in the 3i is similar to the 3s but has nothing in common with the P5 from what I understand. The 3's engine block is the same in both the 2.0 and 2.3L versions. The differences in displacement are from a longer stroke in the 2.3L.Cleeve said:Is the 2.0L in the Protige5 the same block as the 2.0 in the Mazda3?Jebus said:hell if the 2.0 without vvt in the p5 can get 210whp when it had 104whp stock then you could get 260-270 on the 2.3
If so, are any performance parts interchangable?