If I do not tune my 124, how much HP can I expect from a complete quad exhaust and v1 or v4 intake?. Thanks in advance
Since the two in combination would not just be the total of the two individual add-ons, someone would have to dyno that exact combination to give you a definitive answer. Taking the vendors claims and adding them together may understate or overstate the hp gain. For example 10 hp each may add up to 24 or 16, rather than 20.If I do not tune my 124, how much HP can I expect from a complete quad exhaust and v1 or v4 intake?. Thanks in advance
Pete believe's he is now psychic. He can attribute motive to people he has never even seen. Performance improvement must be a significant factor or measuring those gains would be a waste of money by the vendors.You don't need to tune it. The ECU can adjust to changes in air flow.
As to how much additional power you'll make, a handful of ponies I suppose, nothing spectacular for the cost outlay if that is a factor.
Folks generally do these things for the bling factor and sound.