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1994 Ford ranger 6cyl 4L turbo,supercharger


Mikeosaji

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Not to be rude, as I've been where you are myself.. but yeah your kinda in over your head.. at least with wanting a fast ranger.

If you were driving something that had an LS motor in it that 2000 would be more than enough to make a wild amount of power reliably. Unfortunately, ranger motors aren't as robust.
Yea I was looking into ls motors but didn’t know which one was the right one for my truck
 


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You could put some headers on it and a cat-back exhaust then get a tuner from some place like 5-Star Tuning for well under 2k. It's not going to add power like a turbo but it makes a noticeable difference. Really wakes it up.
 

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You could put some headers on it and a cat-back exhaust then get a tuner from some place like 5-Star Tuning for well under 2k. It's not going to add power like a turbo but it makes a noticeable difference. Really wakes it up.
I thought about looking into tuners but I could not find a decent working one for this old of a car do u have any suggestions?
 

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I thought about looking into tuners but I could not find a decent working one for this old of a car do u have any suggestions?
A ranger isn't the truck for you if you want it fast for under 2k. Get something with a v8, and you'll have a start. Then do the Full exhaust, cam(s), and get it tuned on a dyno.
 

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