Ummm.....no. Maybe on a dyno, hood open, fans on you might get a couple hp. Real world, driving in traffic, sucking in under hood air, the best you can hope for is no hp loss.An SRI or cold air intake can add 5-8 hp at 4,800 rpm or so.
Wait, what? Which one?:laughing019::laughing001:An axle back or cat back exhaust can add 15-30 hp or so.
NITROUS OXIDE. T here are 4 cylinder kits in use and yes they work great on D.I. engines. Been tested and currently used in late model 4 - 6 - 8 cyl. engines. Easy to do and the Sky engine can handle it.>Hello, I want to increase the power of my mazda 3 Grand Turing engine 2.0L 153 HP, how can I upload a 50HP or 60HP, but he read in many forums that the skyactiv engines are somewhat complex, what do you advise? >
Not the same car, very little ECU support for the Mazda 3. You might be able to make some of the parts from that kit work on the transverse motor but getting it to run properly is going to be extremely difficult.I'm thinking turbo isn't as hard as it seems reason being its been done follow the same blueprints as flying miata!
I dont think so, you can use the same mazda edit software that ovtune uses. Mostly gonna be fab work you can find the parts needed on ebay I found mock manifolds from the cx-9 I know this isn't saying much but I'll get it done. I ll have results just give me some time.Not the same car, very little ECU support for the Mazda 3. You might be able to make some of the parts from that kit work on the transverse motor but getting it to run properly is going to be extremely difficult.
Ummm, no, lots of negative reviews in fact.That's because you don't try the throttle controller, people who have tried that all have positive review on it