Anybody have any opinions on which one to go with? I'm thinking the 100mm will flow better on the top end, while the 77 will provide more torque from a standstill. The next mod will be to the exhaust system, then a chip. With that in mind, recomendations?
I put on the 100mm the other day. I don't have any prior experience with the Densecharger, but 2404 is now able to breath a lot better during hard acceleration. I notice the difference in throttle response. We had some cooler weather prior to installation, so the difference in response was in addition to what I noticed from the colder temps. It's an inexpensive, easy to install, and low-key mod. And like the aluminum driveshaft and Tri-ax, they can easily be swapped back out with the stock parts to restore the original condition of the machine.
The 100mm system is the recommended one for twin throttle bodied applications, and I'm VERY happy with mine. To get an even better launch I put in 3.73's also. The combination is a marriage made in Heaven.
I went with the 100mm because I talked to the guy(forgot his name)at the company. He recommended the 100mm due to the fact the car would get more mid and high power. He stated the Bullitt has good low end anyway. Soooo I took his word for it. I'm happy with the improved performance.
Ok, call me a dork..but what exactly does the densecharger do. Do it provide more airflow to the MAF...and if I do put one in, what kind of warranty voiding am I doing. Just a few questions from the non-mechanically inclined.
Wow, great forum, lots of great input quick! I actually have an email dialog going with John at Densecharger and have decided to go with the BullittClub consesus and do the 100mm unit. In another topic, I saw reference to a group buy on a Tri-Ax, but can't find any details. Anybody have a link? I think after the Tri-Ax, I'm going to go with a drive shaft then wheel spacers. Then I'll get into headers/X-pipe and a chip.
It will un-restrict air flow to the intake system. The factory unit is a compromise between air flow and cabin noise (that sucking sound you hear when you put your foot in it will be louder). I doubt any dealer would tell on you for installing a Densecharger, its not like you're putting a blower on. Technically, however, I believe it would affect you waranty. Just put the OEM unit back in before taking it in for service, though and you shouldn't have any problems.
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