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post #1 of 55 (permalink) Old 01-07-2010, 10:10 PM Thread Starter
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motor advice?

I have been looking all over this site since i found it. I want to do some ungrading on my truck since i priced a a new and they can keep them. I would like to make around 400 to 450hp. I do pull some never over 20k though. Whats recommended by some of you experts?


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Re: motor advice?

38R

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A built tranny too.(BTS)

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Well he only asked for motor advice lol.

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Stage III Package Choose your intake and buy a tranny.
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Re: motor advice?

Going to be going to a standard also. Would i need to change anything internally in the motor or the fuel system? I have a afe stage 2 intake already


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and dont forget Custom Tunes!! Nothin internal needs to be done unless you want to do something like headstuds just for peice of mind, and a fuel system never hurt anybody its always been benificial

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Don't waste your time on the ZF conversion, and internally you are FINE and the fuel system does not need to be upgraded for 400-450 HP.

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a 200cc with a 30% over stock nozzle and a 38r will make very happy!~

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Re: motor advice?

I know once you start adding power it becomes less relieable. what is the most you can push out of a 7.3 before it becomes to much for a daily driver


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