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Old 09-17-2013, 02:04 PM
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Curious if anyone here has put one on their trucks?

I have one of my older ram, 5.9l magnum, and its amazing. I'd swear by it.

Anyone ever give it a try on a Hemi? Have mixed thoughts about putting one on my 11 Hemi atm. Particularly because the dual plugs makes it burn more efficiently, which in essence is what the MSD does anyone.

I'm interested in your thoughts, questions, or concerns.
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