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Old 12-03-2008, 05:54 AM
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hi guys i am new to all this powerstroke stuff.This is my first powerstroke diesel and i love it!!!!I have a 97 f350 4x4 and so far I have done an intake,3inch downtube,4 inch exhaust,and a bully dog 6 pos switchwish i was on here a long time ago!!!I want to roll some coal but i am on a budgetDo you guys got some trick to get this to happen??Thanks for all the comments!!!
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first of all...


about rolling coal, i'm not sure how much knowledge you have on diesels, but the OBS (older body style) trucks have 90cc single shot injectors, except for the cali trucks which have 120cc split shots.

so the injectors are our drawbak here, because i too have an obs truck

if you want the most smoke without upgrading injectors, get yourself a custom chip. Wildman, DP, and DI have custom tunes for these trucks

some cheap mods you can do are the fpr shim, 10k mod, and IDM mod

these are cheap to do, and will get you a little extra smoke if thats what your looking for

hope this helped
-Taylor
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Old 12-03-2008, 02:43 PM
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you could always put a plastic bag over the air filter.....

I was actually considering that just for 3 runs to take pics

Would this be bad to do for like 3, 5 second runs? (i know im a stupid kid)
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For the cheapest route I would just dump the bully dog, either sell it and get a wildman chip with a smoke tune or send the bully dog in and for a fee get it reburnt with wildman tunes that way you will see some decent smoke with the stock injectors
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you could always put a plastic bag over the air filter.....

I was actually considering that just for 3 runs to take pics

Would this be bad to do for like 3, 5 second runs? (i know im a stupid kid)
I dont know about the short bursts, but your egts and gunna go WAY WAY up VERY VERY quickly.
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Old 12-03-2008, 02:51 PM
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you could always put a plastic bag over the air filter.....

I was actually considering that just for 3 runs to take pics

Would this be bad to do for like 3, 5 second runs? (i know im a stupid kid)
it will stall the truck, and be white smoke... you'll look silly
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Old 12-03-2008, 02:51 PM
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you could always put a plastic bag over the air filter.....

I was actually considering that just for 3 runs to take pics

Would this be bad to do for like 3, 5 second runs? (i know im a stupid kid)
I definitely would try to avoid doing that, your egts will soar and it just wont be good for the truck
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Old 12-03-2008, 03:14 PM
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ever here of unplugging map sensor???
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yeah but honestly on our trucks it wont do much and its not worth it and you cant just always leave it unplugged
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will wildman reburn bully dog chips??
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