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Old 11-12-2007, 11:14 PM
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Im thinking of putting a kenne bell on my 04 L, any imput would be nice. THANKS
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Old 11-13-2007, 08:02 PM
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Im thinking of putting a kenne bell on my 04 L, any imput would be nice. THANKS
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Greeat mod! Make sure to install the 255 pumps, 60lb injectors, colder plugs, and a Mafia or equivelant, and get a good tune. If you're on the stock block I'd keep it 17lbs or less. Thats about it
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So it 's not just a bolt on and go,thats more than I was told from my local shops.17lb is safe on a stock block and heads? Sounds good thanks for the info.
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So it 's not just a bolt on and go,thats more than I was told from my local shops.17lb is safe on a stock block and heads? Sounds good thanks for the info.
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Sure, you can bolt it on and go. It likely wont last though. At minimun you need a tune.The other stuff is good insurance and SHOULD be used. Nothing like skimping on parts just to save $ only to spend double that to repair all that was ruined b/c of it. lol And yes, 17lbs (max) would be ok with the mods I previously listed and a good safe tune.
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So it 's not just a bolt on and go,thats more than I was told from my local shops.
Nope...not at all.

Reread post number #2 and #4 and you'll be good to go.

Although, if it were me, I'd probably keep the boost a little less than 17lbs.

Also, are you talking about a used 2.3 KB, or the new 2.6 KB?

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I was going to go with the 2.6 KB
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Sweet! They make really nice power. A definite step up over the older 2.3 they had been selling.

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