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Old 07-02-2007, 12:15 PM
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Have a confession to make!

Sorry guys but i bought a 2002 24 valve cummins dodge today. My dad was getting rid of it and he sold it to me with 93000 miles on it for 10500 a deal i could not pass up he bought it new so i know its not been hurt. its got the edge comp box, 5" exaust, k&n intake, and 91 gal fuel tank and tool box. what else can i do to make this cummins come alive. all this and it still does not have nothin on my powerstroke. oh yeah i still got it dont worry the ole 7.3 aint leavin this place!
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Old 07-02-2007, 12:21 PM
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well go join cummin forum for the Dodge info congrats, thats a heck of a deal, my first diesel was a 02 Cummins 24 valve and I must say that I really really liked that engine but the truck was just not on the Ford quality level
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Old 07-02-2007, 12:27 PM
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You know there are just somethings that you just need to keep to yourself and this would be one of them.........j/k that is a good deal, but I really don't think a Ford forum is place to ask for dodge advice, haha
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Old 07-02-2007, 12:28 PM
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YOU CHEATER... hehe.. JK have fun with your new rig... even if it isnt a powerstroke!
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Old 07-02-2007, 12:54 PM
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yeah you should have kept that quite
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Heck of a deal good thing your keepin the ford though. With the comp you better get a fuel pressure guage, you really dont want to spend 1200 dollors on a new vp44 fuel pump
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Old 07-02-2007, 06:56 PM
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sounds like an awesome deal!
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Old 07-02-2007, 07:44 PM
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Sorry guys but i bought a 2002 24 valve cummins dodge today. My dad was getting rid of it and he sold it to me with 93000 miles on it for 10500 a deal i could not pass up he bought it new so i know its not been hurt. its got the edge comp box, 5" exaust, k&n intake, and 91 gal fuel tank and tool box. what else can i do to make this cummins come alive. all this and it still does not have nothin on my powerstroke. oh yeah i still got it dont worry the ole 7.3 aint leavin this place!
edge comp, good choice. Dump the k&n. Get something better, like an afe or aem. Get an aftermarket lift pump, you can go electrical like fass, or glacier diesel has a mechanical pump that isn't a whole lot more than a fass. Those vp44's aren't the best pumps, keepig it full of fuel will help it last. If you want some "big" power get a set of Don M's flux injectors. Injectors are pretty cheap compared to those for psd's. Put on a big charger and you'll be laying down some really good numbers...that's if you have the trans or clutch to hold it.
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