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Old 03-05-2008, 06:34 AM
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Intake or exhaust????

96 psd all stock and I am going to get a wildman chip 4" exhaust with 3" downtube with cat delete also going to do intake. Would you do the exhaust first or the intake? I will be getting the chip in the next couple of months and will get all before that but I want to go slowly. You know budget........so which is going to be the most beneficial at first, exhaust or intake? Thanks guys this forum is the best.
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Old 03-05-2008, 08:25 AM
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well I did my exhaust first then an intake. then now i am going for a chip. so that the order I would do it in. taklle the biggest project first then later install the easier parts. but I would still do the exhaust and intake and most of all guages before a chip
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Old 03-05-2008, 08:30 AM
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Thanks for the advice it is a really big help. What is a shim mod on your FPR? Have you had any issues with EGT?
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Old 03-05-2008, 08:34 AM
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I have been looking at the AFE Stage II intake and that is the one I am going with. Where would I find the best deal do you think? Thanks again for your help.
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The first thing that I did on mine was a 4 inch exhaust with a 3inch downpipe then an intake and then a chip then guages. I would do gauges before the chip though but definitely do exhaust first.
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I straightpiped the stock exhaust, added a DIY intake with a homemade box, Under 150.00 total, I'll do guages and chip down the road, Money is tight with 3.99 Diesel here.
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Old 03-05-2008, 10:51 AM
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Thanks for the advice it is a really big help. What is a shim mod on your FPR? Have you had any issues with EGT?
no the shim had no affect on EGT cruizing highway speed of 65 I see about 550-600 degrees but here is everything you need to know about the shim mod if you need bb i have 1,499 left out of my 1,500 bottle but you can get a BB down at walmart

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I have been looking at the AFE Stage II intake and that is the one I am going with. Where would I find the best deal do you think? Thanks again for your help.
I really liked the AFe I got it localy for $290 bucks they matched it to a internet price I found but look around you will find one about that price. deffiently more pep out of the intake the the turbo really comes out with a load whistle
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Old 03-05-2008, 12:11 PM
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I would do the exhaust first. The stock downpipe is very restrictive. You can straight pipe the stock exhaust and save a few bucks, but the downpipe needs to be replaced.
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