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Old 09-27-2012, 09:46 PM
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Looking for some advice setting a priority list of these items...


-Boost Fooler
-fuel rail crossover
-6637 filter kit


i've been thinking about doing the bigger injectors? not really sure what it will do/help but everyones always talking about them.

Also thinking about traction bars and a steering stabilizer...


As always....any help is greatly appreciated!
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Old 09-28-2012, 05:07 AM
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Filter first, so you at least have a motor left to mod

Bigger injectors=more fuel. more hp/tq/mpg. More tranny busting power.
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Sorry to thread jack real fast but i have read a lot about the auto trannys going kaboom once we start modding our rigs. Well i waited a long time to find the right truck with a manual and am curious what the limitations are?

Just installed a South Bend 375 HP clutch few weekends ago, is that about all you can do to the manuals to upgrade them? How much HP/TQ can these ZF6's withstand?

Thank you,

And to the OP i agree with 305, Intake is probably one of the most important things to pay attention to. having the best filter will save your ***.

You hear a lot about people finding dust and debris in their intake tube with certain filters. i think the 6637 is a rgeat choice! Cheap and great functionality! Keeps sh*t clean!
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Old 09-28-2012, 07:20 AM
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If you put in huge injectors and huge turbos, yes the trans will blow up (auto). A good tc and vb will make it live a long life. All a zf6 needs is a good clutch to last.
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