Originally Posted by EdgeFireFighter
My plans for my truck.
I just checked my tires air pressure and i put about 38PSI all around.
Then i found a place that will put on a flowmaster 40 series exhaust for 300 plus tax, so im gettign that. then when i get cash, im getting a intake. then plugs and wires. Not exackly in that order but u get the idea.
Is there anything else that will help?
BTW, is anyone is selling a speed grill let me know.
Do the plugs and wires first. If they’re bad you will get the most benefit from those.
I would be leery of an “intake”. The 4.0 intake system is pretty good, just remove the silencer. If you search and I am sure some people will chime in soon about the benefits/downfalls of the “intake” ‘s that are available. I just removed the silencer and put a K/N stock replacement in mine. And if you look you will find opinions on the benefits and downfalls of that over the stock non-K/N replacement as well.
1st Plugs and wires if you suspect a mileage problem. AND add some seafoam to the tank with a good name brand 93 octane fuel. By name brand I don’t mean Wally world fuel and nothing with ethanol.
if youre real serious about mileage then look up the seafoam procedure for sucking it into a vaccume hose. Ive done it but remember to change the oil shortly after. Its a standard combustion engine so do the normal tune up stuff first before tuners, exhaust, and even an intake system. Thats where your bang for the buck stuff is for mileage issues. Then slow down that helps too.