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Old 10-13-2009, 01:36 PM
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I'm really not looking to do headers, but I'm looking at a CAI what ones are suggested???
And the Diablosport tunner whats does this really do?? and how easy is it to manage.

I'm an engineer, but i feel like a rookie when i comes to cars.
The diablo experience with Hemi cars is phenomenal. The power differences and response is huge. In terms of programmers this is the way to go. Safe on your engine, and performance tunes will require a higher octane, but gas mileage in effect raises so it is not costing any more. As for an intake, if you could have any pic, the BFI would be my #1 choice. Built better to last longer, perform better, and meet your engines needs. Check out this thread http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=41828 or keep asking questions here. I am sure others and myself can lend you valuable input.
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