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Bumpngrind

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I have a 03 TT with 9k and am wondering what can I do to get a little more performance out of it, without going crazy.

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Start with diverter valves from EVO.

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Description from EVO's web site: Diverter Valves

Diverter Valves (90 Deg.)

SKU:EBDVK90DEG

Our direct replacement diverter valves will eliminate the notorious "Honking" sound commonly heard when the OEM valves have failed. Our valves will restore lost power and will hold more boost pressure than the stock units for added performance. In addition, they recover quicker than the OEM valves which allows better spool up after shifts. We designed our valves with a 90 degree vacuum port which allows for additional vacuum line clearance and a trouble free installation. The EVO billet diverter valves for the 996TT / X50 / GT2 / Turbo S come as a complete kit and carries our exclusive lifetime warranty.

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Like anyone going down the "mod" road, I suggest you set your goals first. That would be in either the amount of additional power you want to make, and/or the amount of money you want to spend. In most cases, the answer to how fast do you want to go is how much money do you want to spend.

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Like anyone going down the "mod" road, I suggest you set your goals first. That would be in either the amount of additional power you want to make, and/or the amount of money you want to spend. In most cases, the answer to how fast do you want to go is how much money do you want to spend.

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Like anyone going down the "mod" road, I suggest you set your goals first. That would be in either the amount of additional power you want to make, and/or the amount of money you want to spend. In most cases, the answer to how fast do you want to go is how much money do you want to spend.

Hi I would like to start out spending around a thousand or two and see what's available and for how much from then on maybe spending up to 5k or more. Thank's for the reply Chris

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Like anyone going down the "mod" road, I suggest you set your goals first. That would be in either the amount of additional power you want to make, and/or the amount of money you want to spend. In most cases, the answer to how fast do you want to go is how much money do you want to spend.

Hi I would like to start out spending around a thousand or two and see what's available and for how much from then on maybe spending up to 5k or more. Thank's for the reply Chris

GIAC flash, Exhaust (fabspeed, Agency power are great bang for your buck, AWE is also great sounding), diverter valves from bailey are also good insurence for solid boost.

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