have a 2000 with stock splits, was wondering if i can take the singles out of like a 95 or 96 and use them.
Singles out of a 95 or 96 are AA's (around 90 cc's). Your 2000 runs 140'ish cc splits. What I'm getting at is you don't want to run AA's in a 2000, as you'll get much less power and be very disappointed.have a 2000 with stock splits, was wondering if i can take the singles out of like a 95 or 96 and use them.
im looking for good power but not anything that is gonna kill the life of my truck.
Personally...before you throw new sticks at the truck, I would look into bigger oil. It is a great foundation to build off of.
With the addition of my first big oil setup...I was able to put 333 to the rears. This was with a stock turbo, stock injectors, an intake and exhaust, and Jody live tuning the truck. I did have the regulated fuel system setup at that time...but don't believe that adds any hp to the truck.