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    Please don't take this the wrong way but there is nothing remotely technical about what I wrote. I understand people have different terminology for things but it's difficult to help when you refer to something completely different to what you mean. If you are intending on drifting your car then I highly recommend you don't have the rev limiter any higher than 7000rpm. A live map would benefit you the most to what you want out of your engine & power delivery. There are also plenty of threads on here to help you with any other setups you want fir drifting too.
     
     

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    He means can he make it a hard cut limiter like a 325.... The answer eddy is no, the 323 and 328 have a soft cut limiter, as said above set to 6500 if standard. Putting on the manifold will increase your power, but you will never have a hard cut limiter sound like the 325....
     
     

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