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Old 06-24-2009, 10:30 PM
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Need more air...

Ok i got a juiced edge with attitude chip and a speacial built chip by a powerstroke specialist that plugs straight into the computer bout 215hp with both turned all the way up and got a boost fooler..ive been told i need alot more air and i got a intake (AEM DRY FLOW) ive been told bigger turbo but anybody got any advice on any cheaper ways out lol...
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Old 06-24-2009, 10:44 PM
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Is your truck a 6.0? On that egde setup the Juice module is the "chip" , the attitude is basically a monitor that allows shift on the fly. Just a warning, Edge is not trans friendly whats so ever! Search for the "Zoo Dad" Mod on here. That will get you more air coming in, the stock air intake will flow plenty of air for what your running unless you just want aftermarket. You wont need a bigger turbo with an edge. Research SCT, those programmers are the best out for the 6.0 and you can have custom tunes written for your truck and how its used. Straight pipe your exhaust and lose that Cat and muffler or order a Turbo back kit from one of our sponsors to open up exhaust flow
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Old 06-24-2009, 11:00 PM
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He posted it in the 7.3 forums...

Also not to burst the OP's bubble, but stacking chips/programmers will do nothing powerwise and might actually do more harm than good. You can't take the juice and say it adds 100 hp and a programmer that claims to add 100 hp and think you'll have a 200 hp bump.
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its a 7.3l and i got a 4in down pipe 5 in straight exhust(MBRP)..with a art carr tranny...already got a AEM intake on there with both the chips and yes it is the digital gauge monitor and all that..
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Old 06-24-2009, 11:05 PM
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the specailist guy built it so it wouldnt jump off any timing at all its doin no harm at all to the truck everything is running good and ive had it on there for about 3 months now and have it checked all the time from texas diesal power out of texas... truck runs great but the owner just said i need more air and i dont really have the money to buy a bigger turbo..
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My bad didnt notice the section!
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Old 06-24-2009, 11:20 PM
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the specailist guy built it so it wouldnt jump off any timing at all its doin no harm at all to the truck everything is running good and ive had it on there for about 3 months now and have it checked all the time from texas diesal power out of texas... truck runs great but the owner just said i need more air and i dont really have the money to buy a bigger turbo..
Texas Diesel Power... So you're saying John Robinson told you you need more air? Do you still have stock injectors?
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Best intake you can get for a 7.3 is a Tymar..without Inj you won't see anywhere near a 215HP add.



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Old 06-25-2009, 04:19 PM
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I'm assuming by "more air" you mean an upgraded turbo? Or are you talking about needing an intake...
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stock turbo (late 99) , 1.0 exhaust housing. will help with egts
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