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Old 01-11-2004, 05:38 PM
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does anyone know if dustin has any upgrades for the 575 besides the intercooler. looking at the az speed kit but i know whipple is very good.
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Go with a whipple intercooler and buy the pulleys from Teague 3 3/4 or a 3 1/2 (they are the pulleys that superchiller made). Raise the rev limiter to 5650 and re-program the ecm and add the msd and you should have around 700 hp. Been their and done it
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really dont want to add the intercooler. i just want about 80-100hp. i've had several knowledgable engine guys tell me not to intercool, not necessary, they said the az s and marine kit is awesome. but i think whipple has one to. also dont have enough hatch clearance and dont want scoops
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whipple does not have a kit. Arizona speed uses supershiller pulleys and the msd can be purchased anywhere. I had a problem with the ecm's that arizona speed re programmed
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If you are going to increase boost or timing and not intercool it, then you are asking for problems.
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whipple does not have a kit. Arizona speed uses supershiller pulleys and the msd can be purchased anywhere. I had a problem with the ecm's that arizona speed re programmed
Not true, Cattitude has one he put on my old Pantera 575sci. Contact Dustin or Cat and ask them about it. No intercooler

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your right von actually the intercooler is not necessary and with these kits are not recommended.
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I wouldn't run more than 5psi without a cooler.
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The whipple intercooler is no taller than stock, as it replaces the intake manifold. If reliability is your main focus, add the intercooler.

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