09-10-2006, 08:44 PM
I drive a 2003 Dodge 2500 4dr. auto short box and i want more power but i dont want to spend crazy amounts of money im goin to straight pipe it but the only other thing done is silencer tube and ring is removed and TS Ramifier...:damnit I NEED MORE POWER!!
there is alot more power to be had but that auto trans isn't goign to like it. One of the Products that comes to mind is the tst.
09-11-2006, 12:20 AM
I plan on upgradin the transmission soon to stage v or have goron upgrade it:Thumbup: then ill b ready 4 lots of horsepower:shrug: but ill spend most my money will be spent on the tranny
09-11-2006, 06:43 AM
yeah, thats the kicker they are expensive. Several things come to mind, TST stacked with a predator or ez, Twins, Dual Feed CP3 from Industrial. Some sticks, NOx. The world is your oyster. But it costs a lot of money. You should be able to see 12's though.
09-12-2006, 07:38 AM
Bout 3 miles from ur house smokem ur a retard since u forgot who this was!!
09-12-2006, 07:41 AM
The only thing is i want a high horsepower truck for less money and i still want it streetable and to be able to tow heavy heavy loads
09-24-2006, 06:08 PM
High power and tow do'n go bigger than a 62/14 turbo. The 64 or 66 will be a little too laggy and peaky I think for towing. Besides, the SPS62/14 will hold up to 550 hp no problem, 600-650 if you push it.
Transmission will be spendy. There are several good ones out there. I have a Suncaost in my 06, and mostly sell Suncoast or NADP. Whatever you do, build it right the first time. Broke tranny sux!
After that, FASS 200 and a TST. Stack that TS with the TST. That will keep you busy for a while, and the FASS 200 will give about 1 or 2 extra levels on the TST before the rail pressure drops off. Kinda like a band aid for not having to kick out $1500 for a stage 2 CP3 pump.
Nice thing is if you plan it out correctly you can build it in stages and not over stress anything (meaning risk breaking stuff).