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Old 03-24-2008, 08:25 AM
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Hey guys I am about to do the 18k resistor, hi idle mod, IDM mod, and FPR Shim mod and was wondering if any of the would hurt anything, its my daily driver and im in school, so I can't afford an expensive repair!

Just wonderin what you guys think, and also if there are any other mods you think would be beneficial to me?

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Old 03-24-2008, 11:00 AM
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You should be able to skip the 18k since you are running the Edge. That is a fancy 10k/18k/etc. You will see little or no difference.

Any mods can hurt your truck. If Ford wanted it to have more power they would have done it from the factory. They spent a lot of time and money on research to give you THE MOST RELIABLE truck they could. Just my .02.
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Old 03-25-2008, 07:26 PM
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I was also wondering can i do the FPR shim on my 03 7.3????
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Old 03-25-2008, 08:11 PM
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Also if you would like to throw in an opin on what i should do next... I have about 1000 bucks burnin a hole in my pocket... i plan on everything to my truck.... bumpers, engine, lift, tires n rims, trans, u name it! lemme know where u think i should start!
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gauges then chip then lift and tires
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Old 03-25-2008, 09:18 PM
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i have the gauges digi on my attitude, and the edge... you think lift next?
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i was more thinking something like a tw chip....i still prefer to have analog guages but the edge does get the job done.
id go for lift. if you want it to be near stock as far as drive ability and power i tihnk a 5.5 or 6" lift with 35's is best. A 6" with 37's does look a bit more agressive but then it starts to get hard to load things and that puts even more stress on suspension and steering.
good luck
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Old 03-26-2008, 04:02 AM
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i have the gauges digi on my attitude, and the edge... you think lift next?
We can't answer that question for you. Do you want to look good or do you want to be fast??? That is what it comes down to. If you do the lift first and then the DP Tuner/TW you won't have to get the chip reburnt for you new tires.
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Old 03-26-2008, 01:19 PM
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thanks for your inputs! I was also still wondering about the fpr shim on my truck?

I know that DP/TW are the way to go now for sure... what about lift? is there one out thier for these trucks that miles about the rest? or style of lift springs, blocks, hangers?

Thanks again for all input!
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Old 03-26-2008, 01:31 PM
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thanks for your inputs! I was also still wondering about the fpr shim on my truck?

I know that DP/TW are the way to go now for sure... what about lift? is there one out thier for these trucks that miles about the rest? or style of lift springs, blocks, hangers?

Thanks again for all input!

Are you going mild or wild? (I can't remember if you said) You could go mild for cheap by doing a leveling kit that lifts 2.5" and F-350 rear springs. You would be in CHEAP!
As for wild...I have NO idea!
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