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Old 06-15-2006, 05:12 PM
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Hi guys, I just put the finishing touches on my stock 97 F350 crewcab longbox 4x4 SRW body after a yearlong lay up. I am entering a truck pull this sat. 6/17/06 which is a run what ya brung for diesels. What can I do for a power increase on this stock engine to give me a little edge? 2 days to go to pull....gofastpilot
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Hi guys, I just put the finishing touches on my stock 97 F350 crewcab longbox 4x4 SRW body after a yearlong lay up. I am entering a truck pull this sat. 6/17/06 which is a run what ya brung for diesels. What can I do for a power increase on this stock engine to give me a little edge? 2 days to go to pull....gofastpilot
what all ya got so far??
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Old 06-15-2006, 05:19 PM
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Quik power increase needed

Dont have any mods at all.
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i dont know what you have in your area.....but how much are you looking to spend??
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Old 06-15-2006, 05:24 PM
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Eventually I want to do some piping and chipping but not before Sat.
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Eventually I want to do some piping and chipping but not before Sat.
there really isnt much you can do to a DI motor to sup it up without the above.....a more open air intake will help a tiny bit, but without a chip, exhaust, and maybe some deeper mods, there just isnt much more you can do........alls i can really say is replace your fuel filter so you know your maximizing the fuel flow.........and run it hard.....
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u couuld shim the fuel pressure regulator...or install a resistor in the ICP wire to bump HP oil pressure up....but that wont help at wide open throttle...only partial throttle situations...
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I'll do a fuel filter change tomorrow........pedal to the metal......gofastpilot
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i agree with marc. with out a chip or tuner and an exhaust and intake your not going to see a big increase in horse's. home made mod's arent going to get you sled tugging power either i don't think. so i would approach saturday as a chance to set a base line and see where your at. then figure out where you want to be and go from there. good luck and kick some a**!!!
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