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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-29-2007, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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ok i got a 2001 dodge ram 2500 cummins 6 speed with a blown head gasket...i all ready got arp studs,edge 125 complete injecotors,Edge drag comp and schied hrvp44,5inch exhaust into a stack,and afe stage 2,and while i got it all tore down i am wanting to get some more power and add some durability to prevent breaks...what are some options i have been looking at haisleys bigger fuel injection lines and there high flow connector tubes...and i am lookin into fire ringing it but have questions about that 2 do you have to do anything to your head to do this is can you do it with a stock head??? if any 1 uses any of these products let me know what you think about it
? i am up 4 any suggestions on parts that would make power and hold up thanks 4 any imput thanks Seth Collins:smoke

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I think it would help to get the head ported and polished. I hope to do it to mine eventually. Possibly larger valves, stronger valve springs.. head stuff
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springs, port and polish, you could do pistons, rods, etc. that would add durability, and you coul do injectables but yo umight not be able to run them, oh and they're CHEATING!!!!
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He can't do rods and pistons from the top, but they would definately add some durability and with the right pistons drop compression a little.
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