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HX turbo on an 02 automatic?

One of my buddies has an Hx 35 he is willing to give me, I have two questions: will it work and is it worth it?

02 Dodge 3500: Auto tranny, BHAF, Auto Meter Cobalt gauges, 4" exhaust, and most importantly heated leather seats because Alaska is cold. :givemebeer
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If its good shape and free go for it. Yes it will work, and it will be better than the hy35.
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Yeap it way better than the HY35. The HX35 is more user friendly when it come time for fueling mod's and boost fooling...

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I am going to be putting the hx 35 on my truck; what parts am I going to need?

02 Dodge 3500: Auto tranny, BHAF, Auto Meter Cobalt gauges, 4" exhaust, and most importantly heated leather seats because Alaska is cold. :givemebeer
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should bolt right up
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Nows a good time to upgrade it too :Thumbup:
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Nows a good time to upgrade it too :Thumbup:
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should bolt right up
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