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so im starting to buy more performance goodies for the summer and had a couple questions. sig is current, and im looking for just a little more power for fun and towing. i was either thinking quadzilla xzt+ with some 100 injectors or would just going with a edge comp box be a better way to go? i want to stay away from having to get headstuds and/or valve springs done unless it is unavoidable. also already have a raptor 100 sitting in a box to be installed when i dont have to drive my truck daily due to cold weather. also not too worried about cost but the sky is not the limit
01 2500:4x4, H.O. 24valve 55 block, NV5600, d60/d80, 3.55, Pacbrake exhaust brake, 4'' silverline turbo back exhaust, no silencer ring, BHAF, ISSPRO EV Gauges (fuel, boost, egt)
Check out my sig. im all stock as far as turbo head studs ect. my setup is not a real expensive set up but definatley has some get up and go about her!!! Of course always want bigger and better but im satisfied for now..
2000 QC,SWB 4X4 5SPEED, TENNESSEE CLUTCH, RAPTOR 150 W/ DRAW STRAW, BHAF, TST PM3, CPP 75 HORSE NOZZLES, HYPER TECH MAX ENERGY PROGRAMMER, 4IN. STRAIGHT PIPE TURBO BACK, 2.5 IN. LIFT, ISSPRO EV1 FP, BOOST, AND EGT GAUGES.....NEED A TURBO
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