Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Fulton, NY
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the bug has bitten - tons of ???????
I finally got around to modding / repairing all the little BS that I have been wanting to do to my truck, but wondering where I should go next.
I just ordered:
my window switch that has been broken forever
2 new air filters for my dirty @$$ DIY intake
Grand Rock single stack kit w/ 6" x 36" miter
TW chip w/ econo - daily - tow - street - extreme & smoke
4 gauge pillar pod w/ pyro - trans temp - boost & oil pressure
Pro Comp traction bars (I get a driveline vibe when taking off with my 6" lift)
do I need a boost fooler for the chip?
do I have to remove my 10K mod
I had the FPR shim, but kept blowing out fuel filter gaskets, so I removed it, should I put it back in?
I have a beebee in my wastegate line, should I unplug it all together?
I was thinking about a water / meth kit, but I'm not sure it would help me out much, as I don't tow real heavy loads (usually under 8,000#).
Then I got to thinking about some stage 2 single shot injectors? I like the idea of this - more smoke, more power, and the ability to do more mods later. My only concerns are:
will my factory turbo work w/ stage 2's?
will I be getting close to smoking my stock tranny?
should I do any mods to the tranny first?
now I have to send my chip back to Tony
Which ones should I go for, Beans has a sale on them right now, $1550 for remans with a 180 day warranty
Should I go for a turbo first?
What can I do to my stock tranny to prolong it with the inevitable future mods, or should I just start saving my pennies for a built tranny?
Whats up with th HP crossover lines I keep seeing, are they worth getting?
Anything else I should be looking at?
Tymar intake, TW chip, ITP boost fooler, HP X-over line, single 6" miter stack with slip in muffler, JW valve body, wicked wheel, 6.5" Pro Comp lift, Pro Comp traction bars, Motometal wheels, 37 x 13.50 Dick Cepek Mud Country's, Autometer gauges in quad pillar pod, Garmin GPS