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    Denny Nelson
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    So far: 1] K&N Vortex rammer Cold air intake. 2] 14" Flowmasters with special deadening tips [worked out REALLY well-nice sound]. 3] 'JET' Power Control Module. 4] Platinum Plus plugs with high performance wires. Just ordered a 52cc thottle body and thinking of getting freeflow catalytic converters. Trying to stay away from cam and headers but open to suggestions. What else will make my 96 LT4 convert go faster. BTW just made 100,000 miles and still purring.

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    CAJUN C4
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    Did you notice any increase in perfomance when you instlled the Vortex Rammer?

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    Denny Nelson
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAJUN C4 View Post
    Did you notice any increase in perfomance when you instlled the Vortex Rammer?
    Did 3 other mods at the same time, so hard to say. Did them on Saturday and got my one and only speeding ticket on Monday. I looked down and was doing 105 and still on the onramp. He wrote me for 85--a CHP with a heart [and sense of humor]. I am next going from a 48mm throttle body to a 52mm --17% increase--will let you know how that goes. Thank you for response.

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    4.10 gears...best bang for the buck mod you can do on your LT4. A "short throw" shifter is a nice addition as well.
    Jeff
    GM Hot Cam - EM Longtube Headers - BBK 52mm TB - PCMforless Tune
    B&M Shifter - Meziere HD EWP - SLP CAI - Big Mouth Air Dam
    Grand Sport Calipers - BP Drilled & Slotted Black Rotors
    Magnaflow SS 3" Exhaust - RD EWP Camber Brace
    Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3's in 285's & 315's
    Goodridge SS Lines - Hawk HPS Pads
    GM 30mm/26mm Solid Sway Bars
    QA1 12way Adjustable Shocks
    Lowered Front & Rear
    Centerforce Clutch
    ~ 4.10 Gears ~

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    Default K&N Vortex rammer Cold air intake

    Where did you get your K&N Vortex rammer Cold air intake!
    thanks
    Mike

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    stgry1
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    52mm is a waste of time and money for you at this point. Unless you increase the flow of air via intake/minor head work/headers etc...no gains will be seen. Volume of air IS NOT BETTER than the velocity. Keep the stocker until your pulled the intake and opened it up with a new set of 776 intake gaskets. I would look into headers, TB by pass kit, smoothie intak hoses etc. Have fun!!

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