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Old 01-23-2002, 08:13 PM
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I recently bought a 87 Pontiac with a tech-4 engine.

I like the car and realy like the performance of the car. What i want to know is there any way that the little engine can run better ie. the performance is good but I'd like it to be better.

I know this isnt your regular type of V8 major muscle motors but I think this is what us budgeted gear-heads will have to work with in the future like it or not.

any help or contacs to companies that specialise in this would be greatly apreciated

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Old 01-23-2002, 09:39 PM
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Sure, that 2.5 actually has a good amount of performance parts for it. Check with comp cams, crane cams, etc, you'll find parts for them-you just have to dig a little, since the demand is not high-those motors used to be raced, before quad4 came along. For tuning in the field, you need to look at carb, or programmable fuel injection systems.
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Hey man..

If you look around, there is actualy alot of stuff out there. I own an 85' Citation with the tech 4 ( "Iron Duke") Lets see.

<a href="http://www.cranecams.com" target="_blank">www.cranecams.com</a> (cams)
<a href="http://www.compcams.com" target="_blank">www.compcams.com</a> (cams)
<a href="http://www.cliffordperformance.com" target="_blank">www.cliffordperformance.com</a> ( headers, cam, exuast)
<a href="http://www.holley.com" target="_blank">www.holley.com</a> ( TBI UNIT, Ignition)

Search around and good luck!
It's nice to see another Tech 4 fan.


-Chris
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