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Old 05-07-2011, 02:59 PM
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More throttle response out of a 96 powerstroke

I have a 96 F250 and it has 233456 miles on it and i want to know what anybody thinks i should to get more throttle response out of it? the truck is stock. Right now im looking at getting a banks quick turbo and a Wicked Wheel Up-Graded Compressor Wheel and a ts preformnace 4 bank 6 position chip, a cold air intake but what should i get? i need help.
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3" down pipe! and get rid of the kitty and muffler.. that'll wake her up.
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Ok let me ask you something whats the difference between a banks down pipe and somebody else dp?
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Ok let me ask you something whats the difference between a banks down pipe and somebody else dp?
Cost.

Banks really isn't the best. They just have better advertising.
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A WW is your stock wheel, a TS 6pos chip with custom tunes, Tymar intake and a turbo back exhaust will get you the best results..need more its Inj, hpop etc time.

We have all..PM if I can help wake up your truck!
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Ditto. Intake, DP, straight 4" exhaust and a TW T6 chip woke mine up like a new truck. Real snappy, shifts alot better with the chip and love to hear that turbo whistle.
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x3, DP, straight pipe exhaust if your state allows it, DIY 6637 intake

if you want more then 6 position chip and gauges, maybe and IDM mod? i hear that helps with throttle response...

stay away from banks, you can get better stuff for less $$.

typical moderate setup for us: diy 6637 intake, DP, straight pipe, gauges, 6 position chip.
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Old 05-11-2011, 10:59 AM
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i have a new 3in dp that the shop swears not as good as factory on this truck and a 6 pos ts chip 4in exaust straight and a afe stage 2 it is alot more powerfull but i also still wont more power between 0-60mph what should i do next it has 214xxx 4x4 auto but after i got all this it is very strong from factory whole new truck
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Old 05-11-2011, 11:26 AM
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HP gains are easy just takes $$$$$$

What do you have? Filling out your sig will help us get you the info you want.
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