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Old 02-26-2015, 12:26 PM
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I have an l6 4.9 300cu and am wondering how I can get it more powerful without putting a new engine in it and I don't **** to spen a whole lot of money
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Well, go fast and no money= not goin fast.
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youll need forced induction for power and 300 to be in the same sentence.


budget turbo builds are pretty abundant, I'd start by googling those. its a great turbo candidate.
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Exhaust with headers and a high voltage ignition upgrade are the only "low budget" upgrades for this motor, the next step after that is thou$ands for a turbo/super charger or an aftermarket head/cam/induction package
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Maybe a set of gears if you're looking for some more get up and go
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My advice is to leave it alone and put some money aside for when something does break.
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