Induction Kit for Crossfire

ckm4328

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Is it worth having an induction kit fitted to my Chrysler Crossfire Automatic. Will I notice a difference in the performance.

The engine is a Mercedes 3.2 Litre V6 and currently has no mods.

Appreciate any advice.

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sr performance

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Hi mate, dont have an induction kit fitted on it's own, you will prob end up with a big flat spot.. if you do go ahead then think about having a remap.. I remapped a merc S350 last week with the same engine as yours. not much of an increase with a remap 8bhp, but would make the ind kit work as it should..:)


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obi_waynne

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Ideally you should also go with a sports exhaust for best results if you get the induction kit. And then do a remap as SR suggests.

Although the peak power figure is not impressive you have to imagine that this is across a wide part of the rev range and it will really transform the car for you. A nice Torquey engine like yours has a lot to offer.
 
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