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Old 03-09-2003, 07:48 PM   #1
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It will help a lot, intake, exhaust and a change in thermostat to 180 instead of 160 is probably recommended.

If you want search around the board here, there is a lot of discussions (past and present) regarding thermostats. 160 vs 180 vs 195 (stock)

I just picked up my 180 T-stat today....

Good luck with the modding up and welcome to the club!!
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