which one would start a better fire, a BIC or a flamethrower, same principle, you put less resistance in the flow of the electricity to your plugs and you up the power and get a bigger spark. your truck will run better, have better acceleration, and could improve your mileage and its usually heavier duty and more reliable than stock ignition.
I dont think you really need a aftermarket ignition till you start turn the motor at some high rpms such as 6500 or higher on older vechicles or if you have coil on plug then i wouldn't even consider it.
hmmm I havent heard that much bad about them. I plan to keep the body if there is still no rust if the motor goes out. If its still good I would consider maybe 3.4L for my next motor. most people I know have 2.2L in thier trucks when they go mudding
DUDE IF YOUR GONNA PUT A MOTOR IN IT, PUT A 4.3, you are gonna waist your money if you dont cause everything you can do to a 305 or 350 you can do to a 4.3, i got one on the engine stand for my s10 that makes between 325 to 350 horses
the motor hasnt died yet so I will use it along with the other stuff I do have. I like the gas mileage from it but the acceleration is very slow. I will see when it does go out what it takes to drop a 350 into it.
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