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Old 07-04-2013, 09:19 PM
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Originally Posted by RPM666 View Post
I've been looking at this one...

http://bullysperformance.com/mild-st...45rfe-172.html

The hope being more power at take off. The truck is a 4x4 daily driver that I'm wanting to keep for years to come. It absolutely drives me nuts that I can't even spin my tires at a standstill. Floor it, wait a few seconds, then the truck comes to life.

Is this the best mod to do now? I'm fully open to any other suggestions to get to my power band quicker.

Don't want to blow my transmission or anything in doing so either.
Would say that is do to the program and the delay of opening your throttle shaft. Factory has a delay in it, if your programer doesn't change it you may be able to go into adjustments and change it there. If you can't then you may need to get a different programer or someone to show you how to do a burnout!

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