Originally Posted by Woodga16
It's not going to cost you power or they wouldn't have put it on the actuall BOSS 302. Tunes/tuners vary and so do the overall setups that are running the Boss intake manifold so it would be difficult to put concrete net gains on the mod, but general consensus tells us: possible low rpm band tq loss, if any...and overall gains in the teens in the upper rpm band.
Too bad the internals are different between the 5.0 and boss 302 lol, look, you can spend 500 on something more rewarding, not revving the piss out of your stock motor to make a few more hp
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Originally Posted by Martinkid33
You're not a fan of Bama? Prob the best customer service I have ever recieved. Now I will say their tunes are a little "conservative" at first. All you have to do is call and they will dial you in. Nothing replaces a dyno tune though
+1 except I don't think my tunes conservative, even the guy on the dyno tune said he couldn't do much better, I made 430 whp and 414tq with jlt, off road h, steeda axle backs and bamas 93R tune, 2 guys with te same mods and a boss manifold made 416 and 417 with tq in the high 300s