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    Senior Member u_aint_REDie's Avatar
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    best if you start with some bolt on stuff. up top of the forum youll find a 'search' button. my advice to you. get to reading. lol. there is a ton of info here. just have to be willing to go looking for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cagerage View Post
    did you rip off the half moon on the throttle plate it helps a little bit i did it and noticed better throttle response in low rpms urs might not have it i dunno lol.
    his motor does not have the throttle diffuser.

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    what about the turboencabulator or flux capacitor?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Superbee View Post
    what about the turboencabulator or flux capacitor?
    most of the turboencabulators were recalled due to rumbling below the belt line.

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    just got a hi flo magna flow cat and a super 40 flowmaster not a big difference but a lil and sounds pretty good...next step is the fans
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    flowmasters have to break-in

    its not the process of adding one thing that you will notice. its adding a bunch of small things that work together. that you still wont notice. the difference will be subtle but it will add up over time.

    and i hope you really dont buy that flowmaster having to break in thing.
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    im not buying that lol i know i know
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    Quote Originally Posted by u_aint_REDie View Post
    flowmasters have to break-in

    its not the process of adding one thing that you will notice. its adding a bunch of small things that work together. that you still wont notice. the difference will be subtle but it will add up over time.

    and i hope you really dont buy that flowmaster having to break in thing.
    lol u almost had me going for a second there.


    89' S10 blazer 4wd: 355, 650 dp, rpm intake, comp 282 roller cam, modified vortecs, T56 Six speed, 8.8 ls rear, headers, x-pipe, spintech pro street mufflers, and......AC

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    damn im just gettin shot down left and right haha im rebuilding my 4.3 gonna supercharge or rearmount turbo it havent decided yet. try some taylor wires some plugs dist cap all that shit it helps out alot! also you can upgrade fuel system more psi

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    just get a v8 now and save you the headache when your new power wears off and you want more but realized the 4.3 isnt the answer. :) All the cool kids are doing it.


    89' S10 blazer 4wd: 355, 650 dp, rpm intake, comp 282 roller cam, modified vortecs, T56 Six speed, 8.8 ls rear, headers, x-pipe, spintech pro street mufflers, and......AC

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    If you want power do a carb/intake swap, cam, headers, head work(at least a valve job, bigger valves etc)..... but for that kind on money you may as well just build a v8/tranny on the side and drop it in when your satisfied. Unless you just want a v6. Cams are fairly scarce for the BS engines too..

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    how hard would that be? and would it be that bad on the mpgs? and which would be better a 305 or 350? and my 4l60e trans wouldnt work with a carb would it>? thats what i have heard where mine is electronic trans
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    how much is that thing i dont have an e bay account
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    way more than going to you local junk yard. its about $1400 as it sits...

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