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Old 09-15-2012, 10:53 PM
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Originally Posted by BigClay View Post
I developed a bad knock in my V10, so I have the motor pulled and I am currently having it rebuilt. It was 100% stock before but now that I have it out I am looking for advice on what would be some good modifications that would still keep the motor reliable. It is a dedicated tow rig, so I am looking for modifications to help it tow better.

I am thinking about headers and a cam. What are your thoughts? Recommendations?
I would recommend headers without a doubt, I would go for large tube headers and get full length to increase the HP a smidgin. As for a cam, well I could recommend comp cams but even they have very few options for the V10 MAGNUM. Not many companies bothered making performance parts for the V10, the V10 Is kindof a lost cause there aren't many and I just don't understand why there aren't many parts for the V10. Guess it just didn't get the popularity.
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