Forced Induction & N20 Tech General discussion of forced induction and nitrous for the Ford Ranger.

I want to go big and still get more power

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oh yeah, I'm porbably going to won't to replace internals as well (pistons, rods)
 
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Most people just regear and have exhaust, intake and a tuner, and then maybe pullies. Sounds like you have a lot of $$. If you can afford to do all that, have at it, you'll have a powerful truck.
 
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