- Turn signal removal is a NO BRAINER as far as I am concerned. Some of the data accumulated in another test yields promising results in terms of reducing heat soak and keeping power delivery more consistent over a race. However it does nothing for TQ.
- Lighter fyweel might work too,
But to increase TQ, IMO the easiest way is with a compression/displacement bump, but this costs some money - around $2-$3k. But from earlier questions there seemed to be an acceptance for expenditure under a $5k limit, although the response group was admittedly very small
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