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Old 02-09-2010, 09:52 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Exactly what I was clarifying for him. It was originally stated backward. No biggie.
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Old 02-09-2010, 10:04 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Exactly what I was clarifying for him. It was originally stated backward. No biggie.
Wow....I worded that COMPLETELY backwards...lol I even just got done explaining this to someone on another post that the betas aren't as good as the TNT-R
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I would say that the bag of parts from II or the kit from wicked would be a great upgrade given your stock pump is ok... I have a friend who had the better bag of parts in his pump and started having problems then the truck flat out would not start. he sent it to the dealer and they told him that the pump had taken a crap. he told them he had some parts on the pump he wanted back and had all the stock stuff to go back on and they said no problem. he mailed them the parts and they installed a brand new stock pump on his truck, and handed him his parts bag back. driving home he said it had more power than he had ever had before even with the parts kit installed. he hasn't put the kit back in yet but said it would be crazy with it in a brand new pump.
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At what point in my build would the "bag of parts" be use full? like before injectors and turbo go in or should i wait and do that later?
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Old 02-10-2010, 03:15 AM   #17 (permalink)
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I have Beta 4.2 and Beta 4.4 if anyone wants to try the files out....
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can you send me the 4.2 beta??
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i think the bag of parts will be a nice upgrade, to which you can grow into if you wanted down the rd.
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I would say that the bag of parts from II or the kit from wicked would be a great upgrade given your stock pump is ok... I have a friend who had the better bag of parts in his pump and started having problems then the truck flat out would not start. he sent it to the dealer and they told him that the pump had taken a crap. he told them he had some parts on the pump he wanted back and had all the stock stuff to go back on and they said no problem. he mailed them the parts and they installed a brand new stock pump on his truck, and handed him his parts bag back. driving home he said it had more power than he had ever had before even with the parts kit installed. he hasn't put the kit back in yet but said it would be crazy with it in a brand new pump.
that makes since b/c a worn out pump can't support the pressure that a new pump can put out. I bet if he installed the parts on the new pump it would be an even more noticable difference in power. I would go with the arson 3 over industrial injection bag of parts. WD's arson3 supports close to 670hp. That sells itself especially for $400
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