Yes it’s a 4cyl
Awesome thank you! At least I have a gauge on how much more I need to save!
$1,000 isn't going to get you much. Yeah you could buy an exhaust and intake, but honestly they won't net you any real power. It's mostly just noisemakers. You need tuning or boost to make any real/noticeable power.
oy! Ok. So this is my first vehicle with smart sensors radar/lidar all that yeah. I just replaced the rear bumper with the CBI T3 steel bumper. When purchasing it from CBI I asked about the sensors in the bumper and they told me they are not compatible with steel bumpers and most other manufacturers don't even bother. (I've since found several steel bumpers that do in fact have the holes cut for the sensors).
Anyhow, currently, the sensors have been disconnected since we mounted the new steel cbi t3. Now CBI said the system would recognize that it's unplugged and disable itself. Not the case.
How do I do away with the error message and run this thing with no rear sensors? Or, should I attempt to move the sensors into the new bumper? Any help would be greatly appreciated. I've seen some other threads but none speak of the warning... at least not what I've seen. /n00b
That's a fair question .I guess what I meant was is there an advantage to a supercharged I4 vs V6?
Do you have any beginning mods you’d recommend to start with? Like smaller projects not to crazy in price for now?That's a fair question .
None of us really know yet to be honest. The 4 cylinder is likely lighter, but obviously makes less power standard than the 6. With the 4 cylinder there's currently an off the shelf option to boost the motor. Currently all off the shelf options to boost the 6 are still in development (Magnuson, OV, Harrop, URD). So we don't know their true numbers just yet. Hopefully we will soon and it'll likely be OV with the first offering as he's already taking orders and has a fully functional and tuned kit with video of it running solid boost posted on YouTube.
In the end, whatever makes you smile when you out your foot down on the skinny pedal is good for me .
If your plan is to put more power down in the future, I'm a big proponent of tires, brakes, and suspension. The ability to stop, and handle is priceless prior to adding power to a vehicle.Do you have any beginning mods you’d recommend to start with? Like smaller projects not to crazy in price for now?
Sell your 4cyl and buy a 6cyl.Do you have any beginning mods you’d recommend to start with? Like smaller projects not to crazy in price for now?