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Old 09-07-2007, 07:38 AM   #1
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so i'v been tinckering... wanting to try the 125hp jets on the truck but is anybody running a 125 shot on a internaly stock motor? my other question is it remotely safe?.. i guess i'm starting to get greedy should i even thik about it? or just throw the jets away lol

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Old 09-07-2007, 02:45 PM   #2
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PM D500. He has and so has Rickster! I'm planning this soon!
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Old 09-08-2007, 11:49 PM   #3
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You can run 175 shot with proper tuning. I ran best on 125 shot. Took 2 seconds off my quarter. LOL

125 shot, use colder plugs, look in my sig. If you are using a superchip, take it to 87 settings. I figured out the 125 shot is the best so far. 150 heat soaks your engine too much and gives you shitty runs later down the road. 125 shot seems to be most consistant. 75 shot is a puss shot. Its like almost having a passing gear. my 125 shot would spin tires on the freeway at 80 mph. LOL
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Old 09-08-2007, 11:52 PM   #4
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There are members on here that have gone over 100 passes on 150 shot with no problems. I forgot I changed my sig. Go with NG 4306 gapped at .035. You will do great with them. No misfire or anything. Try to run full length wires as shorty wires can alter your timing a lil bit and advance it a degree. 87 setting retards your timing 2-3 degrees and the plugs being colder allow you to run 125 shot with safety. Just make sure whatever you do, you run a wet shot, not a dry. Dry sucks for our trucks.
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I run a 125 with no problems. I also have the Shorty wires and have had nothing go wrong for me. Also, I thought the 87 setting only pulled one degree, I could be wrong but that's what I remember.
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Im running a little over a 100 Shot, it works good for me,tried 125shotand the bottles never last long enough though, I can't get mine filled easily with my job so I run just the 100+ shot to have a good balance of use and power. I heard superchips on 87 pulled 2-3 degrees, i wish someone with a scanner or datalog could check this to verify
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i running the ngk plugs but they are gaped at .45 i believe.... and the 100 shot i love i want see what a 125 shot does "jumps for joy"
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quoteO NOT LIST YOUR MODS, UNLESS YOU DONT HAVE A WARRANTY. DODGE CHECKS HERE AND VOIDS WARRANTIES CAUSE THEY BLOW DONKEY BALLS!

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hahaha...tex..

Where do you think they get their material for the "clay" models?
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i running the ngk plugs but they are gaped at .45 i believe.... and the 100 shot i love i want see what a 125 shot does "jumps for joy"
It depends on wether you are running the 4306 or 5306. With a larger shot, you might want to gap it down. You get too big of a chance of blowing that spark out under boost. I had mine at .45 worked well as well. When I jetted for 125, it would sputter bad when I got off it after the run and then stall out when I parked. I gapped to .035 and never had a problem again.
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