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Re: yellow spring any one
« Reply #20 on: 16 September 2011, 21:41 »
Hum interersting..I've just got a awesome Forge 007P and fitted sounds the same.. I "think" it feels diff but it could just be me lol

Anyhows i thougth yellow spring was good for standard (like mine) and also stage one cars? And yellow spring for stage 2? say an AGU with a k03s?

yellow feels better with stage2 mapping, but running the green wont give any less power just a fluttery dv when the manifold pressure varys



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Re: yellow spring any one
« Reply #21 on: 16 September 2011, 22:20 »
Hum interersting..I've just got a awesome Forge 007P and fitted sounds the same.. I "think" it feels diff but it could just be me lol

Anyhows i thougth yellow spring was good for standard (like mine) and also stage one cars? And yellow spring for stage 2? say an AGU with a k03s?

yellow feels better with stage2 mapping, but running the green wont give any less power just a fluttery dv when the manifold pressure varys

i've just read in my invoice that awesome sent me a yellow spring? I told em i'll be standard then stage 1 after ? lol

Should I get a green spring instead as i'm going to be standard for now

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Re: yellow spring any one
« Reply #22 on: 18 September 2011, 11:06 »
Hum interersting..I've just got a awesome Forge 007P and fitted sounds the same.. I "think" it feels diff but it could just be me lol

Anyhows i thougth yellow spring was good for standard (like mine) and also stage one cars? And yellow spring for stage 2? say an AGU with a k03s?

yellow feels better with stage2 mapping, but running the green wont give any less power just a fluttery dv when the manifold pressure varys

i've just read in my invoice that awesome sent me a yellow spring? I told em i'll be standard then stage 1 after ? lol

Should I get a green spring instead as i'm going to be standard for now

A yellow spring will be fine, both for standard and mapped to stage 1.
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Re: yellow spring any one
« Reply #23 on: 18 September 2011, 15:30 »
Hi guys would this yellow spring work with my forge 007p ?
it doesnt seem oem? isit worth it

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Re: yellow spring any one
« Reply #24 on: 18 September 2011, 15:38 »
email forge, there service is top notch, they sent me some spare spacers and an additional spring free off charge. Why waste money when you can get it free.

@Nick, whats the twin DV setup look like, is it beneficial to any car with the correct map, as it seems something very interesting and beneficial on a track to keep that turbo spooled up as much as possible.


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