I got a Dodge ram 1500 5.9, with a 3inch body , 35inch tires,
magnaflow dual exhaust, 180 degree thermostat and looking to boost some
horsepower to around 300 from stock motor. I don`t believe that cold
air intake, throttle spacer, magnets, or addive stuff. I am looking
more towards real power like headers, manifolds, roller rockers, and
camshafts. If anyone knows how to easily get some extra horses in this
area please let me know. I only 17 and just startin to learn about
trucks, motors etc....
Another word: Dumbass
The guy wants to add about 70HP, and you want him to swap for a diesel?
To the OP: Give the people at KRC Performance
(http://www.krcperformance.com ) a call. With some headers, a cat-back,
larger throttle body, maybe a new cam, and a custom flash for your PCM, you
can easily get to your HP goal.
Also, running 35" tires with your stock axles (probably 3.92:1 gears) will
make it feel like a dog. You should be running 4.56:1 gears in your axles
for those tires.
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