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Old 05-12-2010, 03:03 PM
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Best bang for the buck? Motors are year 2000's

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Go to www.screamandfly.com there are some very good engine builders orver there that make alot of HP out of these engines.
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Go to www.screamandfly.com there are some very good engine builders orver there that make alot of HP out of these engines.
i'm banned over there...whoops
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Best bang for the buck? Motors are year 2000's

I personally would not touch the internals. The motors run too damn good.

You will see a nice improvement by opening up the exhaust and adding a Brucato intake.
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Talk to this Guy. He is very good with the 3.0L's.

http://www.simonmotorsports.com/
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Old 05-12-2010, 04:39 PM
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I took mine to Key Puckett at Fishin World in Dallas Tx.. He is an expert w these motors and holds a lot of world records. They shaved the heads on mine, changed out the exhaust tuner and drilled the exhaust. Putting on and injection head is about $1500 and in my opinion is not worth the $$$ for 1-2 mph more the motors just don't flow enough air. Felt like an extra 50hp really made a big difference. I think the comp. went from 130psi to 145psi, that way they still can run wfo and not get hot. If I recall I spent about $1500.oo
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Old 05-12-2010, 07:13 PM
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I personally would not touch the internals. The motors run too damn good.

You will see a nice improvement by opening up the exhaust and adding a Brucato intake.
Brucato wants $1800 for each intake?
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Brucato wants $1800 for each intake?
Gotta pay to play.
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Gotta pay to play.
^^^ What he said
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sell it and buy a 300
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