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post #1 of 8 Old 12-19-2013, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
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More power ?

Ok I have a early 99 f250 7.3 260000 miles, ive got a edge evoltion tuner, k&n intake and aftermarket exshust, but feel like that isn't enough I wanna be able to the leave the tuners in a coal cloud and smoke punk kids in daddy's rig, but without braking the bank and without having to seriously modifying, thank you for the help and if this a stupid question sorry for wasting your time
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The only stupid part of your post is wanting to leave the kids in a dust of coal.

A 7.3L that is tuned correctly will not put out huge clouds of coal. And the people that put out the coal are the ones making the EPA jump up our asses over a bunch of dipsh*ts thinking they are cool.

There are many threads on here about performance mods and Companies that create custom tunes for our rigs.

Look into PHP, right now they offer the best chip for the best price. PHP Hydra chip. Google it.

Also, i would loose the K&N filter, they are no bueno for diesels.

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What he said.
If you are interested in increasing the performance of your 7.3 then you have come to the right place and we would love to help.

If you came here to make your truck smoke and nothing more than pi$$ off


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Dual SD fuel pumps, in tank mods, CNC Fab bowl retain kit. SDK Tunes. Isspro.
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I love finally having my truck back... that 7.3 dog that I was driving was just not cutting it.

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got stuck behind a 7.3 on the freeway running an edge programmer, it was slow and smokey.

i pulled around him and didnt leave any smoke, just left him in the dust.


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Ok I'm going to buy the PHP chip and what's a good intake to get if I would like the performance ?
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S&B, AFE, Airaid all make good intake kits along with the Ford AIS

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Look at my sig. I havent done that much to mine compared to lots, and mine does pretty good.
I too am going to switch out my DP chip for the PHP Hydra for more options. Mine was stock when i got it 3 years ago. Start with a tuner, DIY intake, and 4" exhaust. Thats roughly $700 and you will be pretty happy.

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after intake exhaust gauges and tuner, i would get a billet wheel from bd diesel, riffraff or dieselsite.


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