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Ford Ranger - Performance Modual

Do Performance moduals work and are they safe ???

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Yes they do work but if you spend the money make sure you buy a brand name one not sure $20. one off the internet do some research. One the the easiest ways would to be just to buy a K&N air filter and have a exhaust shop put on perforamance exhaust or buy it you're seft most kits are easy and bold right on

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