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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-13-2006, 04:54 AM Thread Starter
 
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Lets hash this out somemore BIG OIL!

I am in the market.Term,Stealth and BTS.I know what they all do.This is my dilema.

Price-I know there is a stealth system on the site for sale good price but used.Term I bieleve is 2k and I know where I can get a BTS for around 2600.

Installation-I have billet intakes.I really don't want to rip them off or one off to moddify it.I am not good at fabrication.The stealth needs fab of the intakes.I am not sure about the other two.

So I need to do something cause my stock pump just isn't cutting the mustard anymore.Runs good sometimes sometimes not.PSI just isn't there anymore.So I figured is has to be the pump.No codes no smoke and my boost is down 5lbs.

Suggestions comments whatever you want to say I am easy.

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Can not speak for the BTS or the Terminator as I sell the Stealth systems myself.

But as fare as price is concerned Stealth now has a new system option that is well under the $1000.00 mark that I can tell you about in more detail if you want to contact me.

The Stealth company is taking every step possible to help out all of our customers that are on a tight budget and this is one of three options that we now have available to offer thanks to the efforts of the Stealth Company owners.

Give me a holler and I can fill you in on all three options ranging form well below $1000 to the full priced kit you have already checked out.

For any one else wanting to know about this new Stealth option, I am planning to make a full post about the release in the vendors forum sometime this week. But, feel free to contact me if any of you have any questions prior to the official release post.

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There is one in the for sale section, new for 1500 I think???

https://www.thedieselgarage.com/forum...t=26170&page=2

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I have a Terminator and I believe you would still have to modify the intake plenum just like you do with the Stealth. It is close enough on the stock intake that I would think you would see interference. I have not physically tried it but that is my opinion of the fit with the stock intakes.

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Mike if you have a weld shop local they can back weld your intake for you. I think it took me about 30min of grinding/ fitting to get things where they needed to be. The hardest part was getting the intake off the head so i could take it to the welder, that damn thing was stuck on good!
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On beans site he has a picture of the billet intakes with a stealth pump.

It does say that the standard aluminum intakes wont fit with a dual pump setup but that the billet's will.

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I got a kick butt deal on a brand new system from terminator.They are going to mod the pump for me and have it all ready so I can just drop it in.I am not worried about cost just wondered what anyone else would do and the comments on which one.

I might save the install for the get together up in at your house joe but I might not make it that long.
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no modifying my intakes. fit like a glove with the terminator
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Mike did they throw in a new block and rods to go with the pump?
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Originally Posted by FOMOGO
I have a Terminator and I believe you would still have to modify the intake plenum just like you do with the Stealth. It is close enough on the stock intake that I would think you would see interference. I have not physically tried it but that is my opinion of the fit with the stock intakes.

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Doug, the rear pump is modified to clear. No big deal.:Thumbup:
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