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    Hello everyone . Looking for more hp out of my 03

    Hello . I have an 03 two/tone stock and wanting to do hp upgrades but not sure what to start with .i have an CAI, drilled and slotted brakes and flow master exhaust not installed yet . Let me know what your thoughts are .
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    Paint it Dark Shadow Grey.

    Seriously, "search" is your friend. This has been discussed so many time it hurts. Not trying to be a downer or not help, but with one post under your belt hit the search button.

    With that said, quick fixes to wake it up- 6lb pulley, plugs and a good tune. After that you may need deep pockets after you decide just how much HP you're looking for.

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    I agree and I did just trying to sort out conflicting posts . Thanks

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    Needs more low

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    Let's see some more pics of the truck.
    It looks virgin - Nice find!

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    Some folks say that Flowmaster = Drone master.
    The interior cab noise may be increased due to the Flowmaster exhaust.

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    So after lots of reading posts and online .ive decided to go with a 6lb lower, sct x4 programer ,single blade TB ,new belt WB A/F gauge and plugs . Now for the question for those who have done this to there trucks do I need to upgrade the injectors ?

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    Looks like a GOOD starter list. And you do not need upgraded injectors

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    Thanks :

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    I keep reading about L&S oil seperators . Where can I find one ?
    Thanks in advance .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Stevens View Post
    I keep reading about L&S oil seperators . Where can I find one ?
    Thanks in advance .
    Try this email address... vince@LNSauto.com

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    Dont like the l and s just my opinion jlt much nicer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Stevens View Post
    So after lots of reading posts and online .ive decided to go with a 6lb lower, sct x4 programer ,single blade TB ,new belt WB A/F gauge and plugs . Now for the question for those who have done this to there trucks do I need to upgrade the injectors ?
    dont forget MAF !!!!!!!

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    Maf!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRIANV View Post
    Dont like the l and s just my opinion jlt much nicer
    JLT might look nicer but it requires you to remember to empty the canister that catches the excess oil.

    The L&S unit isn't going to win any "pretty" awards but it is a "set it and forget it" hands-off unit as once it is installed it directs any excess oil back into the system automatically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRIANV View Post
    Maf!!!!!!!!!!!
    Yeah, I guess for the colder weather areas you may need a MAF upgrade too. With only a 6lb on an HD you might get away without it though. Definately need it for the L or if you go 8lb on the HD. Just check the voltage on a WOT run....max is 5.0v so if it is 4.5 and higher....better get the MAF!

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