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Old 02-15-2019, 03:49 PM
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I'm not doing this for top end, this is for my truck and I'm going for more bottom end torque than anything else which is why the longer stroke, I do like the Mopar setup but will need to get bigger injectors to support it however depending on which way my finances go I may go with the 408 but needless to say and I still have to deal with the PCM as it is different than non PCM, I understand and respect all replies, comments and advises that you all have and it will help me with decisions on which way I will go. I am dealing with Hughes Engines and also going to check out a few places the do PCM programming and see what my options are
Hopefully Hughes didn't screw you like they did everyone else.
 
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Old 02-15-2019, 05:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Gary Benoit View Post

I'm not doing this for top end, this is for my truck and I'm going for more bottom end torque than anything else which is why the longer stroke, I do like the Mopar setup but will need to get bigger injectors to support it however depending on which way my finances go I may go with the 408 but needless to say and I still have to deal with the PCM as it is different than non PCM, I understand and respect all replies, comments and advises that you all have and it will help me with decisions on which way I will go. I am dealing with Hughes Engines and also going to check out a few places the do PCM programming and see what my options are
If you convert to obd2, avoid hughes for tuning. They go through PIE and you could probably blind tune a carb better
 
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Old 02-15-2019, 07:11 PM
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Hopefully Hughes didn't screw you like they did everyone else.
I have only read good reviews from them
 
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Old 02-15-2019, 07:44 PM
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I have only read good reviews from them
When I was looking at parts for my engine build I found some pretty bad reviews which made me stay away. I'm not saying they are bad just I don't want to take a chance lol
 

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