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Join Date: Oct 2009
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ToMang07 still has a point, the pcm learns a pattern good or not. My Y2K had been driven for the first 260K miles of its' life like a hybrid car and let me tell you what, it was gutless....
I hooked up to a small four horse gooseneck trailer with one horse in it and took it to a rodeo some 100 miles away. The motor over heated to redline three times the way there, and I was having to drop three gears to climb some of the hills that our '03 would have handled like a walk in the park.
After that trip and having it a WOT 75% of the time just to keep 65mph in a 70 zone, the PCM must have reset itself because on the way back it was noticeably better to drive only having to drop out of overdrive in a couple sections and the fan kicked in when it needed to, it must have been the first time in it's life it was needed...
2000 F-350 Lariat CCLB w. 335,000+ Mi
Tymar intake, Straight 4", 6.0 Intercooler, IDP Competition Fuel System, AC's, SB SD Clutch, ZF6 Short Shift Kit
Gearhead Tunes, Swamps IDM, Snow Performance Water/Meth, Isspro Performax Gauges & 08 Black Leather Seats
05 Harley's, Smoked tails, Weld Racing Sidewinder Wheels
Fried Piston, Re-building engine
330 RWHP Fuel Only - 363 RWHP w. Meth
Broke College kid... Eating Ramon to save for truck parts..