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fuel intenseifier and itp's regulated return

what are these mods and what kind of power can you get out of them???
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they provide more fuel, more often, more efficiently. I did not notice any power gain. It is a supporting mod.

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You'll maintain FP on the top end, which does keep the power more stable. However, peak power won't be significantly changed. With larger injectors, an upgraded lift pump and regulated return is a necessity.
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well im just thinkin of getting the 150 fass now to keep fuel in the engine... it cuts out in the top end... what things have u noticed with this
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