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Has anyone had any luck getting significantly more low-end torque out of these motors? I mean in the 2-3000RPM range.

I realize a tune/exhaust/intake might help, but I find that for the most part these mods are more for high RPM gains. I also understand reducing the torque management might help a bit, but I assume that will be more off the line rather than on the highway in OD.

Any thoughts? I've already swapped to 4.10 gears.
 

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Tune will give it to you everywhere
 

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Yeah the removal of the torque management wakes these motors up nicely/

If power is what you want, go for a 93 octane tune and an efan
 

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You need some bank that you can spend on a power adder and the time to keep it working perfect 100% . And then you need more bank and time and bank.
 

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Already did the 4.10s. It helped a lot. I'd still like more torque in the low range for when OD is locked up on the highway. Would adding a header+tune give more torque, or just more high end HP?
 

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that would help all the way around.from bottom to top.
you could get an 89 tune if you don't want to run 92-93 oct all the time.
talk to Supermod/James for your options, he can tell you what tune you need.,
 

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