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Old 02-10-2017, 07:46 PM   #1
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Anyone? I'm considering buying one for my 17 before I install my procharger but not sure if it will fit up under the cowl of these 14 up.
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Yes it wil fit.

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Show me one installed, impossible to put 13 inches into a 10 inch space
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Show me one installed, impossible to put 13 inches into a 10 inch space
That's what she said....lol sorry couldn't resist
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Overall height is 13"s NUMB NUT! It's the same damn height in the rear as my Maggie where it tapers down in the back at the cowl so do some searching and you will find that they fit all 1500 Trucks...They fit the old and New trucks and Texas Speed sells them for the 2014+Trucks after you find all of that then tell me I was right when you find this info!! LOL!!!!!

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But is it worth the cost for minimal gain?
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Not worth it with stock cubes, looks good though.
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They are Dogs N/A but with a Turbo or Procharger BADASS!

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Still a lot of volume even with boost, and you need to be turning a bunch of rpms, which I doubt will be often on a big frame turbo with small backside on a street truck. I just dont see any big cube DI motors out there yet running boost. There are better things to spend money on like fuel setup.

Full disclosure: I have one on a tbss 427 lsx n/a currently, had twins. when i refreshed motor last time I got rid of the awesome perfoming L92 manifold.
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There are better things to spend money on like fuel setup. Agreed!

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