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Old 03-06-2018, 04:26 AM
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Default 1998 1500 trans swap/swap FI for carburetor

Hello everyone, I was looking for advice or opinions, my Dodge 1500 with the 5.9 magnum just isn't making the power that I want. Ive put on 62cc EQ iron ram heads, 1.7 Harland Sharp rockers, shorty headers, did the Kegger Mod, and a Gibson cat back exhaust, now obviously I know this isn't going to put up around 450hp, which is where I want to be, I've been kicking around the idea of doing away with 4wd and putting in a non electronic trans and getting rid of FI and going to carb. I don't drive it a whole lot and really just want something to play around with on the street with a ton of torque. Any suggestions would bee greatly appreciated!
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