found this on Summits site

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http://www.summitracing.com/streetandstrip/tech_content.asp?ID={F6C51D4E-6BC6-4BE8-806A-629C1762CB09}



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Thats pretty cool should be interesting what numbers they get and all. I dont thing i will be buying any summit brand parts though.
 

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916_5.0 said:
Thats pretty cool should be interesting what numbers they get and all. I dont thing i will be buying any summit brand parts though.

What you dont want the summit exhaust or MAF haha.
 

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I have actually run a few of their parts (cai, pulleys, gears, and a budding had their shifter) the quality is pretty good for the price and perfomed jsut as well as any name brand part. the only thing I had a problem with was on the cai the bung for the sensor was a little tight fit but other than that it was pretty good.
 

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Stangbangin said:
I have actually run a few of their parts (cai, pulleys, gears, and a budding had their shifter) the quality is pretty good for the price and perfomed jsut as well as any name brand part. the only thing I had a problem with was on the cai the bung for the sensor was a little tight fit but other than that it was pretty good.

Ya the one on my MAC is the same way so, sounds just as good haha.
 

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Summit is a decent dealer but I think if you were building a car for the street I would use their stuff again. As for my drag truck I think I'll leave it to the name brands. just my 2 pennies
 

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they did all those bolt ons and got 9rwhp? They really need to play with fuel pressure and timing. I had a mac cold air kit, bbk shorty headers, stock H pipe, and flowmasters welded into my stock pipes when I got the car, I went to the dyno and it put down 220rwhp and 299rwtq, adjusted the fuel pressure and I had 230rwhp and 300ft/lbs tq
 

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