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Old 07-07-2014, 11:24 AM   #1321
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What's the popular opinion on running a m122 over a m112? And how would the different pulleys affect me? Remember, I'm running a forged crank & rods with hypereutectic coated skirt pistons. (I know, I know. If I'd been on here more while building it I'm sure a few of you would have set me straight) I don't want to put too much boost on it and kill the pistons. Also, I believe the GT500 intake would be useless to me right?
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What's the popular opinion on running a m122 over a m112? And how would the different pulleys affect me? Remember, I'm running a forged crank & rods with hypereutectic coated skirt pistons. (I know, I know. If I'd been on here more while building it I'm sure a few of you would have set me straight) I don't want to put too much boost on it and kill the pistons. Also, I believe the GT500 intake would be useless to me right?
You should be safe to 14lbs of boost and good timing/tuning. Yes the gt500 intake is useless for you but you could sell it to recoup cost? But then u need the spacer/adapter plate to run the m122. I'd just run a ported 112. Less hassle.
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You should be safe to 14lbs of boost and good timing/tuning. Yes the gt500 intake is useless for you but you could sell it to recoup cost? But then u need the spacer/adapter plate to run the m122. I'd just run a ported 112. Less hassle.
Thanks for the input. Think I'll take your advice. Sorry Jferg, I'd love to, but not the right deal for me.
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Thanks for the input. Think I'll take your advice. Sorry Jferg, I'd love to, but not the right deal for me.
No problem, I'd start with a 112 setup first too. Well I guess I already am lol. M122 swap are more for a "cool" factor anyways. Just to tell people "I have a gt500 supercharger on truck"
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No problem, I'd start with a 112 setup first too. Well I guess I already am lol. M122 swap are more for a "cool" factor anyways. Just to tell people "I have a gt500 supercharger on truck"
I'm running a 112 too, so my cool factor just plummeted on the L forums
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I'm running a 112 too, so my cool factor just plummeted on the L forums
I think your triple charge more than makes up for that.
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What do you think about these Kook LTs for a 4x4 (hammer fit)?
http://www.lightningrodder.com/forum...d.php?t=222793

I'd pass. You can get better headers new cheaper than that. Well better in my opinion...definitely better in performance. Don't get me wrong Kooks ARE great headers, -just not those lol. If your built and blown, you'll do much better on the dyno and at the track with free flowing no turbulant headers w/3" collectors. After the collector, go right back down to a mandrel bent 2.5" Y. If you run cats, run 3"x2.5" cats. If not, yea, reduce after the collector. Make it easy to turn up the tune and keep the trucks usable power great if you want to keep it versatile. Thank me later.

BTW, you can customize Kooks IF your good at TIG. Kooks are fairly easy to cut and turn that primary. Actually, you'll need to two of them to fit a 4x4.
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