LOL. Yeah they are. What kind of #s you think your putting down [MENTION=76903]fordmotorsport[/MENTION]? And I don't think I've seen a full pick of your truck yet?
Honestly have no clue, not much over stock. Stock was 325/560. It just has a 4" exhaust, AFE cai, AFE intake elbow. My CTS has three tunes in it and I think the highest setting is 100hp so I'll see how that does but I really want to get a tuner that tunes the trans as well so I don't grenade that thing. I'm more for mpg though but an occasional power trip is never bad. Here it is next to my old f150. Before the lift and bumper adjustment.
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That's an awesome truck man. I hear ya on not pushing the tune too hard. After you sink all that time and money into it, you want it to last a while. Same boat I'll be in once I get the charger on. @ibbd2328 is the exception to the rule. I want to see his run ***** to the wall! LOL
From what I've been reading on LR, the stock heat exchanger & I/C res may not be very efficient in higher temp areas? Gets hotter than hades down here during the summer. Any thoughts or comments whether I should bite the bull it & look for a double pass HE w/ or w/o fans & a different I/C tank? Shiz is expensive, but I don't want to run into super high IAT2 temps.