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Old 08-10-2013, 11:19 AM
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Looking for more power, opinions?

looking to spend around a G on some upgrades for my truck. its a 96 cali truck with AB's, ts chip with php tunes from KT, 3" dp, 5" exhaust, 6637 intake, ebpv delete



what would be worth doing?


-IDM mod (doing fersure)
-AD 140cc splits, worth doing for 10 more cc's?
-HPOP?
-e fuel?
-wicked wheel 2?
-D66? i get plenty of fuel to light it and still have light smoke at full boost (35psi) with 130cc ab's
-innercooler?
or?

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Go up to stage one single shots and get your chip reburned to run them or do Matt's (bigfuel) PCM repin. Intercooler if you tow often. IMHO the D66 is to big for stage I's unless you install a 1.0 exhaust housing on it. Hpop if your stock one isn't in good health. e-fuel if your stock pump is leaking or you just want to clear stuff out of the engine valley. I can't speak for the ww2 because I haven't tried it yet and would like to hear more positives from the people who are trying them.
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I have the same stuff but I would go DIY intercooler, and larger hpop (sd or terminator) and swamps idm for upgrades
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Go up to stage one single shots and get your chip reburned to run them or do Matt's (bigfuel) PCM repin. Intercooler if you tow often. IMHO the D66 is to big for stage I's unless you install a 1.0 exhaust housing on it. Hpop if your stock one isn't in good health. e-fuel if your stock pump is leaking or you just want to clear stuff out of the engine valley. I can't speak for the ww2 because I haven't tried it yet and would like to hear more positives from the people who are trying them.
What is this Matt's pcm repin you speak of?

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Look for Bigfuel, it's in his sig the link for the write up, it's re pinning the PCM harness and running the 49 state federal PCM for single shots instead of splits and more capable of running hybrids with an easier/better tune, or big singles
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Here you go, Going from a '97 Cali MME2 to a '96 Federal NAW4
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With your current setup I would say intercooler. Your not going to see a lot of HP, but the cooler running engine will be worth it. Also you will see mileage increase.


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FYI its a 20cc increase going to 99.5 SD's splits. You should plan on a modded HPOP as they are HPO hungry.

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looking to spend around a G on some upgrades for my truck. its a 96 cali truck with AB's, ts chip with php tunes from KT, 3" dp, 5" exhaust, 6637 intake, ebpv delete
I thought that only 97 cali's had the AB injectors?
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