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Old 01-21-2014, 06:59 PM
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00 vs 01

sold my 01 a few years ago, now i have a 2000 (11/99),i see they bumped up hp in 01 but can't see any mechanical change. So if a guy installs an ecm from an 01 into his 2000 would it work and work it bump up the HP???
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there is no hp difference between 99.5 to 2003.

the idm's are all the same more or less from 95-03

a different pcm wont give you more hp.
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Old 01-21-2014, 08:47 PM
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actually several sites i have found show an increase from 235 in 99-2000 to 250 in 2001 for automatics
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and it says the manual has 275hp.

the e99 has about 10-20 hp less because of smaller injectors (20cc less), smaller turbo and smaller hpop(15*).

99-03 all have about 210hp to the WHEELS.

trans tuning is different between pcm codes but the hp levels are the same.

if you swap a later model pcm in you will possibly get different trans tuning, (pmt1 is the code everyone likes), 01's also had the weakest tranmissions.

and if you get a chip it will be the same for late 99-03. no extra power to be squeezed out of a newer truck

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tune it for hp
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There is definitely a difference in the PCM calibrations between 2000 and earlier versus 2001 and later models of automatic transmission equipped Super Duties.
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There is no reason to swap PCM's... Complete waste of time. If you want to add a little HP then get the PCM flashed or use a Penny pincher chip from Powerstruck.

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