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Old 09-15-2005, 09:49 PM
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2001 Black Lightning. What a great truck. 4th F-150, but 1st lightning. All stock except for rotors. What should I do first? Super chip, Cold Air or magna-flows? Any suggestions would be great.
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Cold air, chip it, 4 # pulley give you 50 more horse power 70 pounds more torque
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