PMR stands for Powdered Metal connecting RodjackedupF350 said:Well, I am trying to order an AEM Workhorse intake or just go with the Brute Force. Exhaust is either going to be a 4" or 5" straight pipe and my buddy is going to do it at his exhaust shop down the road. I believe my dad has a DD clutch in the garage that he had for his pulling truck that I believe will work. Guages are settin in the garage. I can't start my mods yet because the truck's in the body shop and I'm in high school. I can't start doing major mods til this time next year because I will have some money saved up, full time job, and be out of school. I have been thinking about going with the stage 1 injectors from bdp, dp tuner, and whatever else I can salvage out of my bank account. Is it better to build up the stock turbo or to buy an aftermarket one?
Also, what are PMRs? And how do I check to see if I have them or not?
jackedupF350 said:I got a '00 F-250 SD PSD. It is a manual. I am wanting a reliable street truck but I am wanting to shut up the ricers around here. What can I do to reach around 400 horses without selling my left nut?LOL