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Regarding the fuel starvation issue with the superchargers....is this an issue at "normal" driving speeds (0-75 MPH) or only an issue at more extreme speeds (extreme for a pickup truck anyway) of 75-110 MPH? If I supercharge my 2.7 and don't mess with the fuel system at all, will I be happy unless I'm really tear-assing down the highway?

and yes, we can all argue over what "normal driving speeds" are but to me they are 0-75 MPH
 

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if you turbo or supercharge any vehicle you should upgrade the fuel syste,m.
its not so much at high speeds but mostley at high rpms. and if you plan not to go to the high rpms to see what the s/c can do, then dont bother to get one. the s/c is for going fast...to go the fastest the truck can go you need high rpms.

save the money for the fuel upgrades and you will not regret it i promise. plus no ping with the right fuel mods and tuning.
 

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yes I learned the hardway once, if you dont do the fuel modifications right away when converting a NA vehicle to forced induction, be ready to do it when you have to eventually rebuild the engine.
 
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