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Old 02-22-2013, 08:35 PM
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So ive only had my 02 for a little over a week but am already tired of havin a stock truck so ive started a list of mods i wanna do just looking for any input or changes i should make.

1. 6637 intake
2. 4in turbo back exhaust
3. 6 position chip (TW, PHP, Gearhead, or Beans )
4. Gen II wicked wheel & turbo master
5. Valve body and trans cooler

from the research ive done i think ive got it in the right order but if anyone thinks i should switch the order around feel free to let me know but please include a reason so i can learn as well lol thanks in advance
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Old 02-23-2013, 08:00 AM
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If you go with a chip you'll need gauges as well. Pyro is a must. I went with boost and trans temp along with pyro. Good list you have there. I have a beans chip and love it.
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Old 02-23-2013, 08:59 AM
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Boost fooler is a must,
Intank mods help..
At minnimum a riffraff frx or go full Regulated Return.
Gauges are a must.
The high flow outlet on the turbo helps with egts

Above are some not very epensive mods for support.
Now a little more $$ a good hpop will assist on getting all the power from your tunes. For the money the T500 is a great upgrade.

These 7000+ lb trucks are fun with a lil power.

I vote Beans/ No limit chip, PHP and Geargead are amongst favorits as well. Cant go wrong with any of them.
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Old 02-23-2013, 09:57 AM
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So ive only had my 02 for a little over a week but am already tired of havin a stock truck so ive started a list of mods i wanna do just looking for any input or changes i should make.

1. 6637 intake
2. 4in turbo back exhaust
3. 6 position chip (TW, PHP, Gearhead, or Beans )
4. Gen II wicked wheel & turbo master
5. Valve body and trans cooler

from the research ive done i think ive got it in the right order but if anyone thinks i should switch the order around feel free to let me know but please include a reason so i can learn as well lol thanks in advance
Sounds like my '02 with these exceptions;

GAUGES a must! (I'm EV2's)
AIS instead of the 6637 (looks cleaner)
PHP 80DD -3 "tow" tunes - "Wisper" (no fooler necessary)

Then you can think about fuel & oil cross-over (I'm the RR FRX) and Hutch & Harpoon the tank.
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Old 02-23-2013, 12:31 PM
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Re: mild build

I already have guages i forgot to mention that but why do you sugest a boost fooler?

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