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Is there any way to gain mpg with a 94 and if so what can be done not looking to do a.
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tuner, DIY intake and exhaust.



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I know there's a few tuners out for it but whats the best for the money
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tuner, DIY intake and exhaust.


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Lol its not my truck
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Is there any way to gain mpg with a 94 and if so what can be done not looking to do a.
Turbo kit
is it a powerstroke or an IDI? powerstrokes are DI turbo charged from International. whereas the IDI may or may not be turbo charged from IH

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does it have a turbo? you said not looking to do a turbo kit, if there is no turbo its not even a powerstroke, but if in the case it is a powerstroke, the diy intake, down pipe and straight pipe is always good

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