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Old 03-13-2006, 01:36 PM
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97 Auto 130k Need Some Recomandations On Where To Start With The Mods Tryin To Stay Away From Rebuilding Tranny To Hold Power
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Congrats on your new truck. The first thing woud be to tab the KDP to ensure against it falling out. Next would be guages, then exhaust /intake, then a 3 or 4 GSK, then maybe a #10 plate. The tenplate could be harmful to your tranny but if you're willing to put $400 into a new valve body that would help it to hold the power fine. Any other questions feel free to ask....*****
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10 plate and Gunracer's free 3GSK mod.
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