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Old 02-20-2010, 09:23 AM
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ok guys here is what i have decided with the mods already in the sig i am adding head studs, 190's, airdog 2, full set of gauges and having the truck re,tuned by eric. so what i need from yall is to know if its gonna work or any suggestions yall have to make it better without spending too much more. Aint got the money to do a turbo upgrade yet but within the next 6 months
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any info??
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Old 02-20-2010, 02:07 PM
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Looks like your list is pretty good.. your truck is gonna run awesome!!!
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i just want to know if the airdog 2 will be all i need to supply the fuel for the 190's
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oh yeah the air dogg will suppply plenty thats all youll need and your 03 turbo will keep up with it fine iam getting ready to do 190s this summer to and drop an airdogg2 in it also
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Old 02-20-2010, 05:33 PM
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Might as well send your FICM off to Eric and have it burned while your truck is down too. It's only a couple hundred and the turn around is about a week. You'll be glad you did later. Either the mild or moderate flash will work, but you'll benefit most with the moderate running 190's.

Only word of warning, cold starts are a pain with a tuned FICM unless plugged in. It will start, but it won't run good until warmed up in cold weather.
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good idea kurt and nice warning i hate that cold start when i forget to plug it in....but when its warm man does it run goood
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Yeah i went back to the stock FICM in winter cause the cold starts were horrible..
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I know a few people that have done that
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Yeah i went back to the stock FICM in winter cause the cold starts were horrible..
I decided to try the RevX oil additive I've been hearing a lot about. It completely took away the stiction on cold starts. It was almost $70 for 8oz but the truck starts as good as if it were plugged in.
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