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Old 01-06-2012, 08:20 PM
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Any upgrades with the engine except coils, sparks, and headers.


All info has been take from thier own websites. please exuse the add ons. i just copy and paste!
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I have done the following:

Dual 65mm BBK throttle bodies are designed to increase airflow and improve horsepower from between 7-12 HP depending on vehicle and application.

All BBK Performance Power+Plus Series throttle bodies are CNC machined from high quality 356 aluminum castings to ensure perfect OEM quality and fit every time. Features like OEM die stamped throttle linkages, double sealed bearings, o ringed throttle shafts, make BBK throttle bodies number one in performance and quality.

Powr-Flo TBI Spacer
It doesnt look like the picture that they have.

Part #: 62127

The Powr-Flo spacers bore is designed to increase the velocity of the air flow into the intake manifold .By delivering the air with more velocity it allows more air into the combustion chamber for a denser air charge. The design results in improved throttle response and impressive power gains in the mid range and top end. In addition, the increased air flow results in improved overall fuel efficiency. Simple, bolt-on installation with no other vehicle modifications required. Compatible with other aftermarket upgrades such as computer upgrades, cold air intakes, free flow exhaust systems, etc. Precision machined out of billet aluminum by JET’s in house CNC machine shop.


Powr-Flo TBI Spacer
Part #: 62127

The Powr-Flo spacers bore is designed to increase the velocity of the air flow into the intake manifold .By delivering the air with more velocity it allows more air into the combustion chamber for a denser air charge. The design results in improved throttle response and impressive power gains in the mid range and top end. In addition, the increased air flow results in improved overall fuel efficiency. Simple, bolt-on installation with no other vehicle modifications required. Compatible with other aftermarket upgrades such as computer upgrades, cold air intakes, free flow exhaust systems, etc. Precision machined out of billet aluminum by JET’s in house CNC machine shop.

Jet Power-Flow Mass Air Sensor (Chrome)
  • The JET Performance Power-Flow increases airflow up to 45%
  • Made by flashing a fit-tested factory-original sensor with advanced programming
  • Increases fuel economy, low-end torque and horsepower
  • Installs in minutes with no drilling or cutting
  • Your JET Performance Power-Flow Mass Air Sensor is backed by a 1-year warranty
Replace your limited factory MAF with a smarter unit. The Power-Flow Mass Air Sensor by Jet Performance increases airflow by up to 45% and communicates the increase with the engine's computer to give you instant gains in low-end torque and horsepower.

Made from the factory original sensor with advanced programming flashed in, The Power-Flow is fully compatible with your ride. Because it's a reprogrammed stock unit, it works with factory electronics and the original settings, and it fits like OEM. But, the Power-Flo does its best work with mods like performance chips or modules, exhausts and air intake kits.

Best yet, the Power-Flo mass airflow sensor bolts or clamps-on in less than 15 minutes with simple hand tools. And, yours is backed by a 1-year warranty from Jet.

The Fitch Fuel Catalyst
F4424B

The Fitch Fuel Catalyst permanently enhances gas station quality fuel by Boosting Octane in gasoline and Improving Cetane and Lubricity in diesel. Fitch treated fuel burns more efficiently, producing ultimate performance from any engine while extracting minimal emissions. Because Fitch boosts octane, this allows engines requiring premium fuel to operate on a lower grade fuel without sacrificing any performance. Fitch offers an easy to install "bolt-on" DIY kit or a drop in tank application.
The Fitch Fuel Catalyst is a maintenance free device warranted for 250,000 miles. It can be easily installed in the fuel line much like a fuel filter, or directly into the fuel tank depending on vehicle. The correct size unit is determined by the displacement of the engine or the size of the fuel tank.

Fuel treated with the Fitch Fuel Catalyst delivers a myriad of benefits:
  • Improved Fuel Economy (1 - 2.5 mpg)
  • Increased Octane or Cetane
  • Improved Performance - Horsepower & Torque
  • Allows for the use of a Lower Octane (engines requiring 93 can operate on 91, those requiring 91 can operate on 89, & so on)
  • Reduced Emissions
  • Reduced number of annual oil changes
  • Reduced Maintenance (cleaner injectors, carbs, plugs)
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Not gloping cause alot of you guys out there have done more than me........

but i wanted to know what to do for more engine upgrades except coils, sparks, and headers.
I want to know the good stuff.

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Any upgrades with the engine except coils, sparks, and headers.


Powr-Flo TBI Spacer

Jet Power-Flow Mass Air Sensor (Chrome)

The Fitch Fuel Catalyst
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I doubt you would find ANY gains with any of those four or even all four at the same time.
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IMO, Biggest gains on the v10 without a super charger is the gears ( they are kinda under the hood)...
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IMO? and gears like the diff.

is there any cams, or anything like that...

ioh there is one other thing. flexalite duh!
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IMO? and gears like the diff.
IMO = In my opinion

Gears = rear diff
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