I have a CA LLY. I was running the Boost Stick for quite a while and never had any problems whatsoever. It was an excellent addition to the truck and complimented the Predator 2.02 very well. As for installation, once you locate the plug it isnt very difficult. Youve got to look for that plug though and even though its right in front of you it can easily escape your sight. Some remove the A/C compressor, I did not. I suggest tackling the job with a long screwdriver and a wire hanger. And those are my 2 pennies.
I have read here that the inreased power output is similar to going up one level on the edge. Would everybody recommend that those with a stock transmission not exceed level 2 on the edge? The boost stick will lower EGT's right.... especially while loaded and pouring on the fuel? For those that do have the tranny built, (as I am plannning soon) how does the B.S. act when run with a stack? Edge/pred.or V.A. for example, other than the possible need for a lift pump.
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