I think that thing would keep up with my S10, which isn't saying much. course you could probably put it in the bed of my S10 and it'll still keep up on the highway (I've had 400lbs shy of if's weight and done 70+ sustained)
actually, since it makes no mention of aftermarket computers (other than ignition), with the amount of modding done, I'm guessing it'd gain 50% with a standalone (AKA living up to it's potential) problem is the stock computer can only take so much before it loses the ability to adapt to the changes (and that only in the form of fuel trims from the O2 sensor)
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