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anyone out there put 150 shot on there 4.7 mine has ran perfect with the 100 shot but was just curious about the extra 50 horses i have all the regular stuff h/o cams,intake,headers,computer upgrade. thanks for the help :wave:
 

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MoPaR DaK said:
What all is done to it... just what's listed? I would not go over 100 on stock internals.
pretty much just what i listed and you no like cold air intake and throttle body spacer nothing internal except the cams
 

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Be careful

Read this thread first.

http://www.dakota-durango.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8061

7 cracked pistons, shredded intake, loss of daily driver due to 100 shot.

There is another link with pictures of a guy who hit the NOs at 3000 RPM and really messed up his hood, intake, block, pistons, TB, the works.
 

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Opie, that's the same guy...lol...don't know why that post came up, cause he just blew his engine running spray....sorry to hear about that though, that would suck bad.
 

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Not to say that I've spent much time looking, but is there a direct port kit available for the 4.7?
make your own. as far as I know there isn't a direct port kit for the 2.5L avenger either (or wasn't a few years back) and I know several poeple with direct port set ups. it just takes a little more work.

I am also going to guess he was running a wet shot which is prone to pooling in a manifold set up like ours (and the V6 venges) so a drykit is recomended if you want to not run a direct port setup which is the best way to avoid this type of thing.
 

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Lordofchaos said:
make your own. as far as I know there isn't a direct port kit for the 2.5L avenger either (or wasn't a few years back) and I know several poeple with direct port set ups. it just takes a little more work.

I am also going to guess he was running a wet shot which is prone to pooling in a manifold set up like ours (and the V6 venges) so a drykit is recomended if you want to not run a direct port setup which is the best way to avoid this type of thing.
yup no more spray for me i just sticking with what i know and thats making shit very loud :biggthump
 

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yup no more spray for me i just sticking with what i know and thats making shit very loud :biggthump
Yeah, I may be spraying down the road, but I am wanting to go with a custom fuel and direct port setup when I do, and it will also be post SC install. Basically just another fun toy to get the big 4x4 QC dak down the 1/4 faster. I want to run 13s on 35" tires and jut seriously mess with peoples heads once I am done. But that all comes after paying off the truck so it will be a little while.
 
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