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I am looking for more power in my stock 98 12v. I have not done anything except straight factory exhaust without muffler and I just got the transmission rebuilt to handle the power. I am thinking about air tube, #10 plate and 3k spring kit. ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 05-20-2013, 08:48 AM
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I am looking for more power in my stock 98 12v. I have not done anything except straight factory exhaust without muffler and I just got the transmission rebuilt to handle the power. I am thinking about air tube, #10 plate and 3k spring kit. But in the information it was saying for manual transmission. Will it be fine for my auto? Any other suggestions are welcome. Thanks
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intake and to save money you dont have to run a plate but the only problem is there will be a lot of smoke with no plate

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i would just grind your own plate. you can look up the profiles online and all you need is a bench grinder. its pretty straight forward
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what do you mean when you say intake.
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Old 05-20-2013, 05:59 PM
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get a afe stage2 intake if you dont all ready have one or i would
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I would just pull the plate and tune the afc good, Ive been running no plate for a while and I get mine to clean up good after I put some good tuning into the afc , I honestly would run the 4k's over 3k's especially being an automatic, you will never see 4k unless you drop into manual (1st-2nd) but the 4k's will give you a little more fuel on the bottom end also

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