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Old 07-09-2008, 12:00 PM   #7
rickcdewitt
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Location: nor-cal
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Vehicle Year: 1991
Vehicle Make: ford
Vehicle Model: ranger-needs more lift
I use this vehicle for: work and play
Rep Power: 25
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Originally Posted by 85_Ranger4x4 View Post
Having more power at partial throttle and about the same on top makes for a more usefull powerband IMO.

but a lot of time between idle and half throttle.
that isen't really the case here.it just makes the throttle application more jerky,especially in 4 low where its harder to modulate throttle imput.

that said i liked the big TB when i had headers and all the other bolt on BS on my 2.9.it felt just right when the revs were over 3,000 with your foot on the floor
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