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If I remember correctly, the biggest issue with a SOHC 4.0L is going to be the heads and not the bottom end. If tuned properly and supporting mods, 6-8lbs of boost can be a blast and a big difference in power. An additional 75hp in our trucks is nothing to sneeze at due to weight and the gearing in the 5 speed autos. Stock with the 3.73s is fun.

Put the Blower on, get a catback, enjoy. I might actually get one myself just for gits and shiggles.
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never did it, bought a motorcycle instead haha. Decided that i didnt want to drop the cash on an older truck.
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