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Old 05-23-2012, 10:55 AM   #1
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Flux 3 or 4?

I'll be puttin a 66/74/14 charger on before long and I hope to eventually be 600 and 750hp, and still be a daily drive. I was thinking flux 3, but thought I would see what anyone else thought.
 
Old 05-23-2012, 11:23 AM   #2
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I think you need to either fill out your signature or post up your truck specs and all your mods. No one can tell nutin' right now. We don't even know what truck you are takin' about.

Food for thought...and welcome to comp d.
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3.5s have taken me to 800+. With efi live I can daily drive with with 800+ hp with very minimal smoke. For 600-750 flux 2.5s would probably get you around 700.
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I think you need to either fill out your signature or post up your truck specs and all your mods. No one can tell nutin' right now. We don't even know what truck you are takin' about.

Food for thought...and welcome to comp d.
Any better?
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Any better?
Yup.
 
Old 05-24-2012, 07:29 AM   #6
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Flux 3's on an EFI truck with enough air will do 700-800+.

My old 05 with a Smarty or PPE had Flux 4's and made 850+.
With EFI (when its out for 03-05) or U.D.C. I'm sure it could haven been 900+ fuel only.

I say don't go bigger than 3.5's .. If that.
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