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post #1 of 5 Old 09-14-2008, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
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I want to know where to go next I pretty much have the basic mods, SC micro tuner, AFE Stage II CAI, and muffler delete, I made 240hp and 400tq at the dyno and my best 1/4 mile run was a 15.5 @ 87mph. What to do next???

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1) Get a T Wildman chip and you'll be at the 300-310 hp level.

2) start saving for a built tranny

Just my 2 cents worth


edit: 240 hp seems kinda low for the 15.5 1/4 mile time. Plus that's only 15 hp over stock.

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I want to know where to go next I pretty much have the basic mods, SC micro tuner, AFE Stage II CAI, and muffler delete, I made 240hp and 400tq at the dyno and my best 1/4 mile run was a 15.5 @ 87mph. What to do next???
i would take out that SC and get a custom tuned chip.... i dynoed my truck with only intake and exhaust and the chip at 310hp over 600lbs torque to the wheels....

this is the chip you want: Stealth Automotive. Tony Wildman Chip

youll also need some gauges if you dont already have them...

let me know if you have any questions bud.. ill be more than happy to help you out...

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oops... yeah gauges are a must.

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Yeah gauges definitely get a custom tuned wildman chip way way better than that superchip and if you have the stock exhaust with a muffler delete I would switch that out for a 4" turbo back exhaust. Then if you want to keep going bigger injectors would be good too

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