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Old 10-27-2007, 08:38 PM
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What is the next little wake-up thing?

Mine is a stock L ..... it wouldn't hurt to have a itty-bit more, would it :-)

Someone told me that a 4lb lower pulley will wake up my stock setup, what do you guy's think?
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Lower pulley to increase the boost output (the 4lb'r you asked about), CAI, along with a custom tune from a REPUTABLE dealer using a chip or flash tune device like the Diablo Predator or SCT Excal 2.

I prefer the flash tuners.

A modified valve body for your tranny is nice too.

Factory Tech, Level 10, LFP, or DMP all make quality valve body's for your 4R100.

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I have the level 10 w/pan and a 4.11 rear-end but other than a flash tune.... the engine is stock. That's why I was asking about the next step --- for a little more if needed :-)
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CAI is always a great next step.

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