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Old 03-13-2012, 10:53 PM
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Injectors, Turbo, ECT...

Looking for a good setup for a daily driver and also still be able to tow safely...What type of injectors, turbo, ECT..
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Old 03-13-2012, 11:27 PM
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What HP are you looking for?
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yeah you got to help us out. year, trans, current mods, hp goal, budget all come into factor
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Subscribed! I wana do the same. Goal: 450hp (ish) still able to tow my 10k lb camp trailer. Money isnt gonna be to much of an object. Still will have to be done in steps. Trany first! (Its an auto), and its a 2002 crew short auto. 66k on the dash
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Subscribed! I wana do the same. Goal: 450hp (ish) still able to tow my 10k lb camp trailer. Money isnt gonna be to much of an object. Still will have to be done in steps. Trany first! (Its an auto), and its a 2002 crew short auto. 66k on the dash
Get a BTS lol.
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Subscribed! I wana do the same. Goal: 450hp (ish) still able to tow my 10k lb camp trailer. Money isnt gonna be to much of an object. Still will have to be done in steps. Trany first! (Its an auto), and its a 2002 crew short auto. 66k on the dash
you have pmr's
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you have pmr's
Wow I skipped right over that. If you want 450. Swap rods for forged.
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you don't have to, i'm over that number with pmr, buti have plenty of spare parts and a full shop. need to get my butt in gear and get my "built" engine together but its farmin time. maybe this summer. but you can make good power on pmr, tunin has come a long way but if you aren't much of a gearhead and want absolute peace of mind and reliability you might want to find a forged rod donor engine.
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97s had forged rods if i remember correctly, right?
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97s had forged rods if i remember correctly, right?
you are correct
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