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post #1 of 16 Old 12-29-2011, 10:22 AM Thread Starter
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75 ohm res.

does anyone have a spare resistor they would be willing to sell. i know there cheep, but i only need 1 and cant see buying 5 of them.
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The mod you are trying to do isnt worth the time or headache, get a chip or programmer

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Shut down and never got it off, if you bought 5 I'm sure 4 would be willing to buy the spares you have

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Oh, crap......I messed up......wow me lol

The guy that did mine had radio shack order them for him, but some say not to use radio shack ones, I dont know why.

Sorry about my first post, I was thinking something else.....

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its ok fordman, i know what one ur talking about. i looked on the radio shack website and didnt even see them on there.
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I thought about deleting the post but I will accept my walk of shame lol

Have any kind of electronics store or place that offers electronics repair by you? they would probably have the resistor and would probably install it for you. If your putting the modded IDM into a pre-98 powerstroke it really wakes them up and smooths them out

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its a 96 and already run smooth. i just want to wake it up alittle more. all we have is radio shack that i know of. i am going to do alittle looing today and see what i can fine.


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I looked on evilbay and there are tons on there, but I probably wouldnt trust the quality

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Oh yeah and welcome to the org.

Lets see some pics of this ride of yours

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i just might have to order some from that 1 site i have seen everyone use before on other posts. maybe i can do alittle work and mod a few others and make alittle money. it sure isnt snowing out here this winter.


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