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6/04/2002
19:21:06

Subject: 50mm or 52mm
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Which size would be best for my application? I want to gain low-end torque as well as improve power throughout entire rpm range. I am leaning towards the 50mm, but would like everyones opinion as to whether it would be sufficient if I ever choose to change the heads, supercharge, or add nitrous. Would these very future mods require a larger than 50mm tb? Also would the FMS 19# injectors be adequate with these mods? Thanks in advance to all that help!

2000 QC Sport Plus 4x4 5.9L 3.92LS, every factory option
Magnaflow 3" single in/ 2-1/2" dual out
Equal-length headers with 2-1/2" y-pipe
Autolite 3923's, indexed
Kenne Bell (Taylor) wires
180 stat
Redline Water Wetter
S-bolt
Homemade 4" cold-air induction
Baffled removed from air hat
K&N air filter
Mobil 1 and Purolator
Perma-Cool auxiliary oil cooler
Map sensor mod
TPS set at .774
clutch fan removed (electric fan on thermal switch)
timing advanced app. 2-3 degrees with sensor in bellhousing
Mopar Performance PCM

Very near future mods:
Upgraded throttle body
M1 2-barrel intake (will be installed Saturday)
1.7 ratio roller rocker arms
02 SIMM and remove cat (possibly)
IAT adjuster
underdrive crank pulley
MSD Blaster coil
Ford Racing fuel injectors (probably 19#)

Distant future mods (possibly):
Supercharger
Nitrous (no more than 100hp shot)
R/T heads or custom-worked factory heads




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6/04/2002
21:17:52

RE: 50mm or 52mm
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Get the 52. With the 2bbl M1 and the rockers goin on soon, you will be past the performance of the 50 real quick.





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