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post #1 of 3 Old 05-21-2012, 01:48 PM Thread Starter Rookie
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ok i bought a 99 super cab 4x4 7.3 auto tranny it has 428000 on the body but the motor tranny transfer case rear and front end were replaced at 360000 its got 4 inch exausght my question is which hand held programor would work good im going to a cold air intake in about a week

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i think ill order from here its where i bought my edge i wasnt impressed with for my 95
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How about none of those.
If you MUST, the TS is the least of the "evils." Or just go to Beans, Swamps, BTS, Gearhead, PHP, or Tony Wildman and get custom tunes on a TS style chip.

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I agree with jes, custom tuned t/s chip is the way to go. I went with the Ford AIS severe duty cold air intake and it is the best thing I did for my E '99. I had an AFE but it still sucked warm air from the engine. I also did the zoodad mod where I cut a hole in the radiator core support to provide direct cold air to the inlet.
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