Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: kansas city
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hey guys.....i have the nvk and that is what i was supposed to get matched in the aftermarket.
but, like i said it ran like a dog, worse than stock....no bottom end and horrible economy.
i went to bob sight ford in kansas city today and just popped in on them and they were great. i got there a 1pm and they said they could see mee at 4:30. I got there at 4 and they let me drive right into the bay....probably because of the size of the truck and the presa canario in the back seat.
Mark, the tech new diesels and he downloaded 8 updates for me and put in the new cam sensor. ALL FREE OF CHARGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
the chips still do not work.
the truck now has better bottom end pick up though. i am very happy.
Mark said the pcm now has the factory code and all updates and is as good as new oem, which is only $380 by the way. i thought it was 700 or so. that is why i bought the aftermarket for 250.
bullydog took a look at the chip, said it was good and even re burnt it.
maybe they lied and my old pcm burnt both of them. any ideas. the problem still is no wait to start light with the chips.
by the way, i did the diy air intake today. i will let you know tomorrow night. i bought the bb kit to up the fuel pressure to 70psi. Mrk said that factory is around 45psi and it would not do any harm with the shim. i will do it sat. and let you all know
late 99 f250 7.3L 265k
4" lift, dual front shocks, adjustable air bags added to rear.
new calipers, brakes and rotors all around
rebuilt tranny with heavy clutches and shift kit. billet cowan converter.
finned front and rear diff. covers.
rhino liner bottom strips
cattle front bumper with 2" receiver, black steel rear bumper. 315/75/16 AT
4" straight pipe
Last edited by craig long; 02-06-2008 at 04:25 PM.
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