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Old 04-08-2009, 09:18 AM
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performance pedal assm.

hey i remember seeing a company that has a "Performance Acel. pedal asembly for the 6.0L does anyone know who sold or made the pedal thanks
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Old 04-08-2009, 09:55 AM
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????????????

What, performance pedal?

Do you want quicker responce on the pedal? You just need a programer.

The DP tuner made a huge difference on my 7.3 it's rediculous what a difference it makes. If your used to it stock then change over to a program at a light you'll take off hard enough to chirp the tires at a normal press of the pedal. I did this sunday in front of a cop going to Shaolin's shop meet from socaps forum. It was funny I was laughing at myself.
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Old 04-08-2009, 10:24 AM
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no i mean an actual replacement pedal assembly i already am running IDPs tunes i just think that my factory pedal is going bad and i for some reason remember seeing a aftermarket pedal assembly for the 6.0L thats all
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Whats making you think your pedal is going bad?
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I have never seen that but I would like to know more about it.
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I've seen them go bad on the delivery vans. Not really the 6oh but cummins 5.9's mostly. They start to only send out a part of the signal so the injectors only do a max or 60%- 40%- then barely anything over idle where the trucks can barely accelerate. We just replaced them with used pedal assemblies, truck drivers are cheap.
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