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Old 02-02-2012, 05:15 PM
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Welcome...Im not sure on the gen1's...Someone will chime in soon
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Bump the base timing up a few degrees, headers exhaust and traction bars and a valve body are good bolt-ons for a GEN 1.
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I've got a 4-link in back and adjustable coilovers all around. Headers and a cat-back were the first mods done on this truck, in '94. It's been resurrected from sleeping under a tree for a number of years, and its a blast to drive. Just was curious about the forum itself, any tips on networking with all you other Gen1 drivers?
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