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Old 04-04-2009, 10:18 AM   #1
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anybody out there with a mazdaspeed6 that has any bright ideas how to make it fast without touching the stock turbo besides full turbo back exaust and intake. I also did different fuel injectors and turned up the boost any ideas please let me know
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anybody out there with a mazdaspeed6 that has any bright ideas how to make it fast without touching the stock turbo besides full turbo back exaust and intake. I also did different fuel injectors and turned up the boost any ideas please let me know
There's no aftermarket fuel injectors for the MZR motors. Get the Cobb AccessPort and tune it up with basic bolt ons and get the autotech internal fuel pump. **I know this post is 5 years old***
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