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is this kit for real?

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is this kit for real?

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Yes. RPCaster is a legit kit. I've driven a ranger with one and its sick. 02oregonedge+ has it. he will probably pop on here.
 
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dose any one know if a m112 will mount on too the kit?
 
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A lot of guys have used the RPcaster kit
 
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probably not. some guy on RPS had to make a custom manifold for the m112.
 
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Originally Posted by fraser19 View Post
Thats all you'll need. The kit comes with everything needed for the install. The only thing I had to buy extra was a fuel line puller or whatever it's called. Their little plastic rings to help disconnect your fuel line.. Hope you get this, it's not a hard install and you'll love the extra power..
 
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Originally Posted by 02oregonedge+ View Post
Thats all you'll need. The kit comes with everything needed for the install. The only thing I had to buy extra was a fuel line puller or whatever it's called. Their little plastic rings to help disconnect your fuel line.. Hope you get this, it's not a hard install and you'll love the extra power..
it is on the list of things too get. give it a year and its going to be on my truck give it 2 years and will be an m112
 
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**** RPS and all those moderating bastards. I will never return, and will represent R-F until one of us two expire!
 
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**** RPS and all those moderating bastards. I will never return, and will represent R-F until one of us two expire!
what?
 
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**** RPS and all those moderating bastards. I will never return, and will represent R-F until one of us two expire!
Dude, you seriously need some help. Your posts in the last week have really gone over the edge. Maybe less time on here and more time talking to someone. Just some friendly advise.
 
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If i didnt already have a disturbingly huge list of things I want to do to my truck Id be all over this.. maybe in 2 years
 
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how would the truck run wtihout a custom tune? quicker but not taking full advantage of the supercharger?
 
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how would the truck run wtihout a custom tune? quicker but not taking full advantage of the supercharger?
i was just wondering the same thing. it definately would not run properly
 
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ya thats a good Q ^^^^^^^ someone answer that ^^^^^^^
 
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alot of stuff on that site dose not seem too make sence
 
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I've been researching this for months now. It's very viable and if you have the cash beats just about anything else mod wise for power. No offense to the poster who hate RPS but there's a really good thread in their forced induction section about this very subject. The sad part is us OHV guys. we are without a good source for mounting kits for the time being. One of these days................
 
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^^^Man I agree...we OHV folks need some help..
 
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Originally Posted by Nitrofan1 View Post
I've been researching this for months now. It's very viable and if you have the cash beats just about anything else mod wise for power. No offense to the poster who hate RPS but there's a really good thread in their forced induction section about this very subject. The sad part is us OHV guys. we are without a good source for mounting kits for the time being. One of these days................
Its comming. Be patient lol.
 
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