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jlwelding

715 HP 1400 torque 05 4x4

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If you ever get the chance to ride in a really tricked out truck, jump on it it is ausome. This truck will smoke the tires at 40mph. :stuned: He said here you drive :lmao: I said bull s--- I aint got the money to fix what breaks.He put it in 4x4 high and I thought I was going to go thru the seat.:thumb1:

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Them 3rd gen's can make easy big power. Twin pumps,edm'ed injectors,s400 and a smarty and you can hit 800hp. The only bummer is the weak rods they tend to throw them out of the block.

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Rods? No problem this guy pull motor and stripped it, started dumping money, it's crazy what this guy spent. 180 or 181 cam the whole nine yards. I was wrong on the year mod. it's a 09.

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That big stick cam can really move air .The 2nd gen rods are the strong ones. I know of a dude who did that same thing twice :lmao2:My neighbor knows the good years for the 3rd gens. I think he said 04 and up are less prone to injector problems.

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