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Thread: For a service van....
04-15-2012, 11:59 PM #40Professional Member*
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- Sep 2005
- North GA
My van is a 2002, that is OBD2; and yes to the vortec intake. I was not looking to take the engine out and put a 'real' cam in it as well as a nice intake and a Holly double pumper... even though that would be fun... <grin>
Rather, was looking for a way to 'modify' the computer parameters so the engine would run better (read that more power and more mileage).
THX for any input for this application.
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04-16-2012, 07:40 PM #41
04-16-2012, 07:59 PM #42
I see a lot of utility trucks, but don't often see enclosed utility trucks like mine. I think that is because they cost so much new, that there just aren't that many around. Most guys love vans and hate utility trucks or the other way around. My truck has tons more space than a van and it's much easier to organize everything. It is however, taller, wider and longer than a full size van. When you add my 16 foot trailer, it can be a wee bit long.
I bought it on Craigs list. There are some opportunities to be found there if you know what you are doing. I spend quite a bit of time buying and selling on there.www.mcleanair.com
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