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post #1 of 11 Old 01-12-2012, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
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It's Official

Just had to let everyone know that I have officially Mod'ed my truck. Have had it for two years and has been bone stock. Finally got a new ProFlow Exhaust and down pipe along with a TYMAR kit. Just got back from the test drive and very happy. Next step is gauges and custom tuned chip.



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post #2 of 11 Old 01-12-2012, 09:55 PM
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glad you could finally join the club, y so long on modding it?

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I just purchased a 95 f350 and it is bone stock. I am gettin the list together. Down pipe is on the way. and the chip.

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Not sure what has taken so long. I felt like the truck was great as it was and was afraid that I would shorten the longevity of the engine. Now that I have been able to better understand the reasons behind the modifications, it just makes sense. I will be putting gauges and a chip, and an eventual Dana60 swap. I think that will be the extent of it for me.



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When I purchase my chip is the truck capable of putting out the hp for the 80 hp economy with the stock injectors?



96 F250 Crew Cab XLT

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I've heard that 80 economy doesn't do much because there's not enough oil with the stock HPOP. Where are you getting your chip from?

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Most likely DP Tuner



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DP is great. I ordered mine from ktperformance.net it'll be on monday and i'll tell you how it is.

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what tunes are you getting?



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stock, 40hp heavy tow, 65 econo, 65 performance, 80 performance and smoke

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