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FITech Fuel Injection Ultimate LS EFI Induction System LS1/LS2/LS6 500HP
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Does this fits a Tahoe 2005 5.3
I have a 4.8 vortec I'm working on. Im doing a 4" stroke with a 3.800 bore with 862 heads. I'm planning on making 500 - 550 to the flywheel but no lower than 500. Will this kit work or would I have to change out a couple things to meet my expectations?
Can this kit be used with the factory ecu to control the trans?
Is this intake set up a return or returnless system?
I have a Chevy 350 out of a 87 pickup truck would I be able to use this with that motor this is a casting number of the block it says 86 to 95 Chevy 350. 14093638
Will this work on my 09' 5.3 LS engine Gen 3? And does it come with everything to wired up where the engine will fire up and run other than the wires I have to wire into it from the car like the hot wire ground and the hot wire from the key?
How o2 sensor suppose to come with 546-70001 fi tech efi
This would be going on a motor out of an 06 avalanche. But then the motor would be put into a 99 Silverado. Would everything work right? If not could you give me links to the other things I would need to get?
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