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Mazda 3 1.5 engine power increase

Hi Folks,

Hope everyone is doing well.

The kinda question perhaps been raised already many times, but better to ask myself.

I have a mazda 3 1.5 (100HP) 2014. I really like the car but i feel not enough torque and it's making me quite unhappy in a way. I don't want to change the car since I been driving it and taking care of but are there any way to increase the HP?

If not, perhaps replacing engine to 2.0 would be possible?

Thanks for your help in advance
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-23-2017, 08:04 AM
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The maximum you are going to be able to get is 10-15 bhp from a filter, exhaust and tune.

Swapping the engine would cost more than trading your car
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Hi Folks,

Hope everyone is doing well.

The kinda question perhaps been raised already many times, but better to ask myself.

I have a mazda 3 1.5 (100HP) 2014. I really like the car but i feel not enough torque and it's making me quite unhappy in a way. I don't want to change the car since I been driving it and taking care of but are there any way to increase the HP?

If not, perhaps replacing engine to 2.0 would be possible?

Thanks for your help in advance
OrangeVirusTuning.....many 1.5s have been infected by that virus now.
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