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12-22-2004 05:01 AM
RCastle I could not tell you,never even attempted it.I do not see where it would be too awful hard though. Is it a throttle bodie truck?
12-21-2004 10:17 PM
75jeep i saw a pic of one online and i like the look with a six inch lift on it. i mostly want something with speed for fun but something thats dependable in winter. Right now in my current residence I can only have one vehicle so I have to find something thats dependable and fun.

How hard is it to make a ram air hood fully functional on this type of truck?
12-21-2004 05:35 AM
RCastle Any modification you want to make.From cold air intake kits to major internal rebuilds.The sky is the limit on any project.What are you shooting for?Start with your air intake tubing,upgrade the exhaust and ignition.The air induction system and ignition upgrades are simple novice upgrades.The exhaust can be done at home also if desired.Good luck.
12-20-2004 09:35 PM
75jeep
new vehicle

im looking at getting a 96-98 silverado. what kind of engine mods are there for this truck and how much do they cost? thanks

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