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Question Arson IV CP3 Kit on the street???

Has anyone bought a arson 4 kit from wicked diesel and ran it in everyday driving? I am ready to order and trying to decide why the Arson 4 kit wouldn't work on the street? I don't know if the Arson III kit would supply enough fuel for my modifications. Chevokeeman.


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You can make 600 hp on a stock cp3... Seen 700 done on one with Nitrous..

Not sure what he advertises the Arson IV to be capable of supplying but I think you're worrying too much...

Juice and an MP8 will NEVER over power the Arson III....Not sure what your future goals are but unless you're shooting for 800+ I think you'll be just fine..

Just consult Shane about the streetability of the IV...


ON EDIT: Just noticed the Flux 2's in you sig... I still say the Arson III will be fine with those...
I ran an OLD stage 2 Floor It pump and made 600 with my old Flux 2's / Single 62 turbo...

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Yea but runninlean gained quite a bit of horsepower going from arson 3 to a stage 3 pump with 90's

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Yeah, I think it was 70 or 80.

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Yeah, I think it was 70 or 80.
wow that is a good amount, how much difference in flow was there?

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Thanks guy's, I will call Shane in the morning and order whichever one he suggests. I would like to have between 700 and 800 h/p when done so I see a big dual set-up in my near future, LOL. May put one of my Jeeps up for sale. Chevokeeman

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wow that is a good amount, how much difference in flow was there?
Not sure about flow, the difference would have been rail pressure staying nice and high.

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Just buy dual cp3 and never look back....

No point in wasting $ on a single when you can do it right the 1st time around..

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That would be great if money were no object and at the same time I would order the dual turbo set-up, LOL, but it is and don't really want to sell one of my fiberglass Jeep CJ-5's yet so it's one performance piece at a time for now. Chevokeeman.

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I feel ya man! Good luck with it.


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Yea man they make new money everyday. Haha

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