Originally Posted by Zeph
VERY smart choice actually... people bolting on these huge FMIC's to run 380 RWHP are just adding dead weight and probably some lag to their cars. Even the smallest FMIC upgrades can handle these bolt-on cars putting down less than 400 or so RWHP. I bet a majority are leased and will be converted back to stock and turned in... or maybe it was a purchase but the car will never see anything beyond the typical bolt-ons and will be sold one day within the next couple of years. Keeping the stock connectors and not having to cut the bumper up will be a HUGE advantage to most people.
I don't know if it's just me but.. you guys ask for an upgrade... that is AMAZING.. but want 0 Change... -_-???? does not make any sense to me at all...