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Old 10-23-2009, 04:21 PM
Zekery360 Zekery360 is offline
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Gas additives are a waste of hard earned cash. As long as you run top tier gas, you will be doing the best you can. I would suggest a programmer, and CAI to start. Then, exhaust will free up more power and MPGs. Bigger throttle bodies help as well. Just be careful to not lose a lot of back pressure. With all that, you should be doing pretty well on hp, torque, and MPGs. If you want to pay the extra money, 91 octane has given me better mileage and power running it in my stock motor as well.
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