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My Bullitt has major power above 3500 RPM, is there a trick to get more HP below 3500 RPM?
 

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I would also like to keep the cost to a minimun.

What about a cold air induction system?
 

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If you want low-end power I would go with a cated H-pipe, underdrive crank pulley and a CAI. Stay away from O/R H's and especially X pipes, they both make real good hp, but mainly up top.

Before you guys start reaming me. I am not ripping on X's and O/R H's, they just tend to take away some power down low.


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O/R pipes do not have catalytic converters.
The converters help keep some of the back preasure while still allowing more exhaust flow. This will hurt power up high in the RPM range but will help low-end torque.
 
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